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I am getting ready to buy my first new car and I am between a toyota corolla and a nissan sentra. Ive been doing some research and they both seem like similar overall cars with maybe the corolla being a bit more reliable. I just wanted the opinion of you all. Thanks.
I've owned 2 Nissans and wouldn't buy another unless it was a Maxima or Altima. Corrolas are great, but check out Hyundai's line also. They're making cars as good as anyone now.
I am happy as hell with our 2009 Toyota Prius. Drove it to Ohio and back to San Francisco. Taken it to Vegas and numerous trips to Southern California. 43 MPG!!! Has everything I would want in a car.
Buckeye Fan Since 1970!!!
I dont care if i got 100 miles to the gallon. Im not driving one. Dont want the label..haha. joking man. Im sure your a good dude!
I have supplied parts to both. I would chose Toyota over Nissan based upon incoming quality requirements and its not really that close. I am partial to the American manufacturers, however I have a lot of respect for the reliability of Honda and Toyota.
Where'd you get that SYF shirt?? The only one I've found has a weed leaf instead of a Buckeye leaf.
You see that sign that says 'Rib Tips'??
north till ya smell it, west till ya step in it.
Check out the Subaru Impreza before buying. Best rated in the category by Consumer Reports.
"The redesigned Impreza is now our top-rated small sedan and second-rated hatchback behind the Volkswagen Golf. A comfortable ride, responsive handling, good visibility, simple controls, and a relatively spacious rear seat combine to make the Impreza easy to live with. The hatchback's cargo versatility gives it a slight edge in practicality. Fuel economy is impressive for an all-wheel drive car as well. Despite having a less powerful engine than the previous generation, both acceleration and fuel economy are improved. So-so noise isolation inside is our main complaint."
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