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I just recently sold my truck and I am going with a car. I am thinking of a Honda Accord or Nissan Altima or Toyota Camry. Thoughts? In any of your experiences would you go to a Auction, buy from a dealership or private seller? I am thinking of doing the whole auction thing because one of my relatives is a car dealer and goes to auctions.
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I've been a Honda owner...many of them for me, wife, kids and grandkids..and I keep buying them because I've never had a problem with any of them. Hard to change over when you've never had a problem.
3 months into owning a 2013 Nissan Altima .....Great Gas mileage and solid car. Go drive one.
I have had Camry's, Accords, and now drive a Toyota Highlander. You cant go wrong with any of them. The resale is phenominal, and they run forever with minimal upkeep if you dont sell. Look at the resale values on KBB or NADA vs. Nissan and Hyundai. Not even close.
Make sure you look at new cars. With the interests rates and incentives new cars are cheaper in the long run. I bought a new car 4 montgs ago. Looked at Accord, Camry, Altima, Optima, & Sonata.
The Altima was over priced in comparison.
Accord and Camry were too plain. Great cars.
Opima was too high.
Sonata was loaded and drove better than all but Altima and my money went to a car built local.
This was my experience. Everyones is different.
Find a friend that works for Hyundai and get a bigger discount.
My wife just bought her second Accord. Had a hard time giving the 1997 up. Still ran great, but I just felt like she needed a newer, shinier car. I have had a Honda Civic and currently drive a Toyota 4-Runner. All great vehicles. Had one Nissan-a 300Z, but it was not worth the price. Looked good, but quality was not there. l Can't go wrong with Honda.
I test drove all three a couple of years ago. I went with the Accord. It was more comfortable. I loved it.
The wheels on the bus go 'round and 'round.
My two daughters at Auburn drive Accords ('03 & 07). My wife talked me into purchasing her an '11 Camry. Go with the Accord. Best car on the road in my opinion. I had a '91 while in college and it was still going strong at 250,000 when I destroyed it. The Sonata is nice but have a friend who has had issues.
We bought one in August, got the SV model...pretty much everything but leather. Great car, great fuel mileage, have an air leak on driver's door, drives me nuts, but other than that, we love it.
I've owned several Camrys and two Accords. Driving an 08 Accord EX-L right now and I love it. Can't go wrong with either of those cars. Don't know much about Nissans.
I love your name. Why don't you consider an American car? I have a Saturn, and even
though Saturns aren't made anymore, my car has 218K miles and is still going strong. My
next car is definitely going to be a GM product.
I went to lunch today with a client and another broker. He has a new Ford Explorer and
it sure does look good. I wouldn't hesitate to buy a Ford.
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