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Old 21 Aug 2007, 05:20 pm
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Default SHOULD I change my car?

i currently own a honda crv, now... i am thinking on changing this car for a mercedes benz or a bmw... what do you think i should do... cars from 2000-2002 (benz and bmw's only ), what model should i get...DO YOU THINK ITS A GOOD IDEA.. or should i just pay off the one i currently have and exchange it for one of these later.
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 05:28 pm
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are you willing to spend more then go for the bmw or mercedes but honda will last and have good re-sale value
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 05:36 pm
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Purchase a car you like and can afford....................
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 05:40 pm
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baby don't buy any one of them i will gift u both of them. pls immediately change to any one of them they r cool cars
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 05:44 pm
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dude buy the Ford Super Cheif it runs on 3 fuels and is the sharpest truck i have ever seen. 400 hsp and gets 500 miles on a tank of hydrogen
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 05:46 pm
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I drive a BMW and I hate the car note but love the car. It drives so smooth. however the maintenence is extremely expensive, the insurane is ridiculous (I am 26), all in all I wish I had bought something a little less flashy. It depends on what you want to do, I would buy a house first, fix it up, then buy another car.
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 05:54 pm
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just get one that you can afford
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 06:00 pm
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pay it off then buy a new one but dont trade it in and u will have 2 cars .......then come get me u sound rich and i allways wanted a sugarmama......; }
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 06:04 pm
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i think get a m3 bwm 2004... this car rocks
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Old 21 Aug 2007, 06:08 pm
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this is totally your decision-my aunt drives a benz and she just loves it but it is high maintenance. i guess it really depends on what type of job you have and whether you can afford it. i would go by that and whatever decision you make would be right by you.
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