Blue 2004 Dodge Neon SXT and I love it! Only has about 36k miles on it too. I move about every 3 years so it's not like I go easy on it either. I think it gets good gas mileage...but don't get me to lying! lol
I bought it brand new in 2004 and it's been paid off since last tax returns came in woohoo!
Man this car better last a long time cause I plan to drive it 'til it falls apart haha
Message Edited by msychell on 06-11-200810:17 PM
~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* you know...the thing with the thing...on the thing...
2005 Pontiac GTO. 6.0 liters, 400 HP....but the gas is killing me as you can imagine. Because of this, I usually drive my wifes 08 Civic....which routinely gets 35 MPG on the highway and I drive 150 miles each week to work. My GTO gets 19 MPG highway. go figure.
Just got a 2009 Mistubishi Lancer GTS full loaded. I pray that DW will be cool about it when she gets home from work. Ithink she was she she left but we will see.
It works a whole bunch better if you don't stick her with the 6-year-old minivan. Trust me on this.
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Its not like that. She likes to drive her truck (its paid for and she would keep it 20 years if she could. I bought that car because it was the cheapest (not in a bad way at all, its great) of all the cars I wanted Sirrus radio, GPS navigation all for under 24k.
I hope she would want to drive it (not too much of course).