posted on Dec, 5 2011 @ 02:20 PM
reply to post by thedoctorswife
Mustangs and Thunderbirds are nice cars but old school technology.
Especially evident when it comes to fuel economy.
With today's gas prices the world of Automobiles has completely changed.
With advanced technology they can make cars that are stronger and lighter and don't need an 800 lb. V8 in the nose to get things moving along any
Japanese no longer translates to tinny econoboxes...
Honda's providing all aluminum V8 racing engines to the Indy cars here in the US and make a really good engine especially for the money. Indy cars
haven't had a single Honda Racing engine failure.
I own a Euro Accord (Acura TSX) , Honda Pilot and an old 1975 Honda CB 550 motorcycle that 36 years old still runs great without nary a hitch and
loves to climb to it's 9500 RPM Redline....so the reliability is definitely there as well....I simply perform normal oil changes , tuneups and
I've owned BMW and Porsches and they are undoubtedly great cars but bang for the buck...if you are into driving zeal and on a limited budget then I
highly recommend checking out Hondas....in your price range a Civic or the smaller Honda Fit....which will provide fuel economy well into the 30-35
And have some fun while driving WITH reliability and affordability. And they also do fine i the snow ~!