if you want a GOOD car, then dont buy a ford. also, do you want a new car or older car? anything small, that get good gas mileage, and has a good reputation is a good first car. i would never recommend a vehicle that needs to be Fixed Or Repaired Dailey. (F.O.R.D.) ive got a 98 honda civic that gets 27miles to the gallon with now 169000 miles on it and havent had a single problem w it. its a perfect around town car
I swear by Honda Civic and Toyota Accord. I know Toyota is having trouble now. Each car is safe, large enough for 4 adults comfortably or 4 kids, 12 and under. That is unless you have my kids, who complain, "Mommy, Cameron is breathing my air."
ok all of these guys are saying ford and ford is good but not even close to the best the break down after about 4 years or so. i went with a honda civic and i love it my dad got a honda civic for his first car and he had it for 12 years with only minor repairs. my cousin also got a used VW Jetta and he loves it, then another one is the VW GTI they are good reliable cars as well and there is also toyota carollas they are great cars as well, all of these should last you a good while but thats only if you take good care of them cuz if you dont take care of the car then no matter what car you get it will always fail you. now i personally dont like american cars like ford chevey dodge or gmc cuz there are soo many variations of the same kinds of car with different upgrades and they pretty much all suck now dont get me wrong ford and chevy make some of the best trucks you will ever find but as far as their cars are concerned they suck. if you have anymore questions you can comment or email me at email@example.com
Imports are reliable and GREAT fuel economy. If you want speed, imports are the way to go also. And you'll have a sweet ride! Look into these cars: - Honda Prelude - Honda Civic - Mitsubishi 3000gt - Mitsubishi Eclipse - Toyota MR2 - Acura Integra These are cool, cheap, fast, easily custonizable, cars!
Cant go wrong with honda, get a 97 Accord, one of the best cars Ive seen, Or even a Corolla S, I had an '03 I think it was and it drove amazing, no major repair, had 210k miles and fired up right away and went, also with that much mileage still had some get to it.