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cmpm:
Acura is made by Honda, and Lexus by Toyota.
Both good cars.
Kia makes a good car too. They put Hyundai motors in their cars.
I have not driven a Hyundai, but we had a Kia Optima till it was totaled.
It was a good car, and still a good buy imo.

Renegade:
Over the years, I've driven:

Monte Carlo
Hyundai Stellar
Ford Tempo
Cutlass
Cutlass Sierra
VW Fox
Volvo 950 Turbo
MyVie

Not sure if I'm forgetting anything...

My current car is a 1996 Mercedes-Benz E230:

Show us a picture of your.. CAR!!!

It's a decent car, and wasn't too expensive. They go forever if you take care of them. And, I'm due for a tune up.

Giampy:
Only a wife can spend/waste money faster than a car-Shades (February 21, 2013, 08:27 PM)
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Someone said: "G-Spot has been exactly located: it's at the end of the word «shopping»".

tomos:
My current car is a 1996 Mercedes-Benz E230
[...] They go forever if you take care of them.
-Renegade (February 23, 2013, 06:43 AM)
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mine is '96 too - just a *little* smaller ;-)
Toyota Starlet. Reached 300,000km a couple of months ago. Had it ten years now. Things wear out but I've never been let down by it (knocking frantically on wood here). Cant push it as much as before, but it still does a steady 90mph okay. Will have to dig out a pic, or take a new one.

cmpm:
Probably talking too much here, but anyway...
For small to medium cars I'd pick honda or toyota or another import. imo
They are put together here in the us mostly I believe.

I drove a honda civic for a while too, good car.
I was down to choosing between the civic or the accord when I settled on the accord.
Higher off the ground makes it easier to get in and out of.
I had to go with a 4 door because the 2 door cars have a longer door to deal with.
Plus I wanted easy access to the back seat.

For a full size car I'd pick the big Fords.
Dependable and they last forever.
The Crown Victoria is the big Ford.

I did have Dodge truck from '91 to 2004.
Put over 250,000 miles on it before I retired from self-employed.
Then gave it to my brother who is still driving it. 300k plus now and still going.
So that new dodge Dart may be worth checking out.

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