posted on Nov, 9 2014 @ 12:36 AM
I like the Buick. I'm not a mechanic or anywhere near one, but i love the big body cars. It may never be a GN but it's a beautiful car imo. I'm 6'3"
and cant stand small cars. I just bought a 93 Grand Marquis from an old man who owns a funeral home, 60k miles for 1,000 dollars just needed a battery
and an oil change (its kinda ugly too, sitting in the sun mostly for 20 years will do that, perfect interior though) I've put about 900 miles on it so
far zero problems, cannot beat that deal no matter who you are. In those miles there was one rainy-day highway donut while no one was around
I dont know much about the Dodge SRT other than it is a dodge neon and i've only known one person who has owned one (still does, i live with them and
drive it on occasion) and the thing even with regular maintenance breaks down CONSTANTLY. I've lived with them for a year and a half and it's in the
shop every other month. Everything from bent valves to bad ignition, seized shift cable, wheel bearings, the problems go on and on and they happen
literally every other month. Been out of the shop for about 6 weeks and the check engine lights already on. It's a 2005 btw and had like 100k miles
before the bent valves and engine swap. They've spent probably 3k on that car in this time just in repairs.
I'd say buick #1, Nissan 300 second, one of the mustangs 3rd (I'd say the 87)
To the person who said lease a car these cars will be worthless in 3 years. These are things of beauty. There are few new cars that can compare, and
leasing a car is imho one of the worst things someone could do involving a car, short of driving it off a cliff.
edit on 9-11-2014 by Bundy because: (no reason given)