Favourite car...?


Asked by Aug 03, 2008 at 08:59 PM

Question type: General

What does everyone think the best car is in terms of overall best, like practicality, speed, mpg, reliabilty etc.?

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ill just throw this out here. nissan skyline r33 v spec 2. I wuld do anything to get a hold of one of those.


True, insurance is a bit high, but that's a pretty good choice. I know i'd love to have one


the r34 looks better and is a better all around car who cares about the price as well its worth it


and also they didnt even make a vspec2 for the r33 model it was only vspec or vspec n1 they didnt introduce the vspec2 till the r34 but nice try


i agree that the R34 is so sweet, i'ma n american muscle guy, so for me its the 1970 Chevelle SS 'LS6' 454 cubic inches and solid lifter camshaft, is rated at 450 hp and 500 lb/ft of torque, but people have dynoed them WAYY higher than then, that is definitely my favourite


Got to be either a Mitsubishi Evo 6 or an older Subaru Impreza Wrx Sti, the model with the square lights (late 90's i think).


i would definately go with the Skyline R34


All right. Here's one. Ford Focus ST. (European Version) 0-60 in 6.5 seconds, top speed about 145. And room for the family. What's not to love?


I'd have to say currently... combining all elements together... the Lexus 600hL. It's absolutely gorgeous with a very unique headlight design and luxurious interior. Build quality and reliability are very high since it's by Lexus. SULEV (super ultra low emissions vehicle) and 21 MPG average. 0-60 in 5.3 seconds average tested (for a 6000lb car) is really amazing to me. There's tons of room inside the vehicle and in the trunk. So combining all aspects (besides $$$), then that would be my favorite car.


Definetly the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Pur Sang Edition. who cares about the mpg and practicality. the motherfucker goes 253 mph. and as far as mpg, how does a 8 litre W-16 engine sound to you. its got ten radiators, and at top speed sucks in as much as as we do in four days, in one minute thats a pretty damn sweet car.


as far as practicality goes...nothing beats a 1/2 ton truck ford is my pick but basically any of them are good; speed is a tricky one because top speed and acceleration are completely different but for the money give me the new Shelby Mustang GT500KR (better power to weight ratio than a vette)...mpg doesnt bother me cause i drive a truck...and all cars are reliable if they are well taken care of


i will have to honestly put in there the 2007 Corvette Z06. still gets 25mpg practicality of me only having a girlfriend makes it effecient for me lol. and top speed is damn near 200 miles, reliable as a door handle, and still only $50,000. 1/4 is just above 11". Plus the V8 is what gets me the LS7 sounds amazing.


Can you afford it? it's one and a half million euros...


My favorite car right now is my 77 280Z.

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