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Wheels.9

I don't believe I saw...

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{Wheels.9.16}: Jil {rabbit} Mon, 01 Mar 2004 19:43:17 CST (22 lines)

Well, as I said in the old forum, it's a tough question, because
there really isn't a "best" or "worst". They all have good points
and bad ones, and it depends on what you want them to do.

It also depends on what you like. I love big, wallowy North American
sedans, and so I adore cars like the Chrysler Concorde where sports-
minded drivers consider them landfill.

My favorite car, for handling and driving pleasure, was the BMW
325ci convertible. But it was cramped and expensive. For
practicality I love the Hyundai Santa Fe (actually, I like pretty
much everything Hyundai makes). For low-buck fun, the Echo
hatchback, but only with the TRD suspension.

I've not driven anything I'd call an out-and-out piece of crap.
There are no Yugos anymore. Again, they have good and bad points.
You need a paper bag over your head to get into an Aztec, for
example, but they're very functional inside. Kia tends to have
grotty drivelines, but their cabins are fairly well done, especially
in their upper lines. About the closest I came to disliking a car
was the Chevrolet Optra (it's the Suzuki Forenza to US buyers) but
even it had some good points.

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