Whats the best car today?

Asked by Apr 08, 2016 at 05:44 AM

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Under 100 grand? Alfa Romeo 4C

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BEST CAR- Ferrari 488 GTB

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I agree, except it's NOT a sports car...found myself grabbing onto the seat rails...because there is no "grab handle" that you'll find on nearly every car...but NOOOOO, the mustang chose to NOT include that and forces the passenger to swim for it!~


highway 29 up to wine country is just CRUEL without something to hold onto~


well, Bob- the question was not about sports cars particularly- but that is MY choice for best car- btw, that road looks sweet!

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actually mr Bluesman, it's no fun at all...and come out with an upset stomach...fun, like one time...with a car like the Mini Cooper, but are better off hangin' a right a deer park and going around all of that...except at the Napa/Lake border after calistoga there is a spring with fresh spring water a pipe stickin' out of the side of the road...bring your jug...most of the time are folks waiting~ one of my favorite things about California...fresh calistoga water....for FREE~


The best car today is the one you decide you like, want, and fits YOUR needs, not some fast, slow, large, small, sexy, plain... thing another person THINKS is the best. that's why there are approximately 30 automotive manufactures. Sure everybody likes cars that cost a couple hundred thousand dollars? Kind of a silly question the BEST car!

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Toyotas don't break down!~

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