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Old 12-08-2003, 10:29 AM   #1
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best bang for the buck cars under 25,000

here are my top five the beloved GT,srt-4,wrx,svt focus, acura rsx.
each have the advantage.
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Old 12-08-2003, 03:10 PM   #2
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teh hellz u be gibber gabbering bout!
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Re: best bang for the buck cars under 25,000

humm wrong forum.
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Old 12-08-2003, 03:59 PM   #4
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teh hellz u be gibber gabbering bout!
I piddy da foo who don't include the BMW 3 series. Fo' some reason da chicks love doh'se cars.
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Re: best bang for the buck cars under 25,000

Under US$25k???? Here it's R32 GTR, late model WRX STi, Lancer Evo I-VII, 3000GT VR4, Supra TT, HSV Clubsport, FD3S RX7, etc........ Poor deprived suckers
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Old 12-08-2003, 08:24 PM   #6
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Re: best bang for the buck cars under 25,000

since when are those cars under 25K. and mendari normal 3 series under 25K dont even deserve to be on the same road as those cars. there luxury cars not sport cars. chicks love stangs believe me.
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Old 12-08-2003, 10:15 PM   #7
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Re: best bang for the buck cars under 25,000

Best bang for the buck for under 25k? Pick up a straight/rust free second gen nova for less than 5k, and 20k on a sprayed aluminum block BBC. *Untouchable*
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only cause i love the rare jap muscles
supra tt, 3000gt vr4, mazda RX-7, nissan 300ZX tt.
also but more common, trans am ram air, mustang cobra, camaro ss, also- srt-4, wrx, m3 bmw, porche boxter, might even be able to find a 1997 corvette c5 for $25,000. oh and the enzo, could probly find one for about $23,000
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dude were talkin bout new cars here.
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Re: best bang for the buck cars under 25,000

WRX is the best of the bunch if you have to drive it on anything other than dry pavement. RSX probably has the best gas mileage and close with the Focus for the lowest insurance. SRT4 is probably the best sleeper car of the bunch. Mustang has the most power as long as you live in the desert where it doesn't rain.
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Hands down the SRT-4 is the best bang for the buck in the $20,000 range. I would take it over the WRX any day. I took a test drive in both last weekend and there was no comparison.
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Re: best bang for the buck cars under 25,000

Well the RSX-S is the best car I would say, the SRT-4 may be very fast but it is still a neon, and dodge reliable, i read an article about some SRT-4s having some engine and clutch problems this early...hahahahha
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Well the RSX-S is the best car I would say, the SRT-4 may be very fast but it is still a neon, and dodge reliable, i read an article about some SRT-4s having some engine and clutch problems this early...hahahahha


Sorry but you read wrong. The SRT-4 is NOT a Neon. If you want to use that logic than the Evo is still a Lancer and the WRX and STi are still an Impreza. And you say "Dodge reliable" how freaking ignorant.
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Well the RSX-S is the best car I would say, the SRT-4 may be very fast but it is still a neon, and dodge reliable, i read an article about some SRT-4s having some engine and clutch problems this early...hahahahha
those srt-4s are probably having problems cause of how hard its being drivin, i mean think about the type of people who would buy them, they probably bought it for speed, and they probably drive them pretty hard. also, its been out long enough that i would expect some of them to start having problems, not all of them are gonna be perfect, even cars, or companies known for good reliability will get problems this early.
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