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Probably a Suburu with manual transmission; I prefer a manual drive because I feel I have more control of the vehicle, and because where I live and the work I do I have to be able to 'go' even on bad winter weather days.
I don't care much for fancy or slick I'm more interested in function. The best car I ever had was a Dodge Duster, 5 speed; very comfortable on long drives and consistently reliable.
The same car I have now, a Subaru with manual transmission, sun roof, and heated seats. Looooove them heated seats in the winter!!! (And the sun roof the rest of the year!) I'm too practical at heart to indulge in anything flashier than that. :(
An Audi or Volvo SUV to haul around horse supplies safely, and in style!
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Can I, May I, please let me....
Live in a HUGE orange garbage truck; as long as it doesn't smell, has good insulation, and has comfortable innards, oh, and is â€‹already paid for...
eta: actually looks pretty nice inside!
Edited Nov 10, 2017 by No Stars In My Eyes
Probably a John Cooper Works Mini Countryman. As long as I have 4 wheel drive, a sunroof, heated seats, and a remote start I'm happy.
Any make or model of a handicap vehicle with a lift for my motorized chair that has room foor me to use my chair for a driver seat.
It gets snowy near me. I've tried doing 4 cylinder all wheel drives, but they don't handle well in the snow.
So, I would have to go with a good ol' sturdy SUV. My Ford Explorer always served me well.
If weather was not an object? Mustang or VW classic bug convertible.
I love my current Subaru Impreza, but I wish I would have gone for the fancier package with the heated seats and a sun roof.
A Subaru BRZ with a manual transmission would be fun for the summer. I didn't get one because I don't like rear wheel drive in the snow.
My son used to have a sweet little Audi A4 Quattro that was super fun to drive, too.
A Kia. Any kia. Well built and reliable. My kind of car.