Question of the day

                                          

      What do you currently drive?

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14 Responses to Question of the day

  1. K. Trainor says:

    Vanessa the Van. (Soccer Mom Mobile) Never thought I’d like one, but I just love it. Great on gas and enough room for all of us plus extras AND their stuff. 😀

  2. Tosha says:

    I have a mazda 5.. it holds all 6 of us but not much else.. If dh isnt in the car I can fit everything I need in there.. It does have alot of room in it for how small it is and I can go 2 weeks on a tank of gas..

  3. Sue says:

    I have a Buick Rainier. I love it:) Plows through the snow like nothing and fits the 4 of us plus our stuff. I had wanted to look at vans, but my husband said no way! That may be the next one…

  4. Joy says:

    I have a Tahoe and I love it. Trinity and Christopher love it because they say it’s “fuzzy.” Everyone else has leather seats but me. At least that’s what I think they mean.

  5. nikki says:

    I drive a Cadillac. It’s a damn big car and very comfortable. Bailey says he feels like the president sitting in the back!!!

  6. darryl says:

    I have a Murcury Cougar It is big enough for me, Golf clubs and a cooler of beer what more could you ask for?

  7. Joy says:

    Ya Darryl, gotta have room for the beer!! I’d forget the golf clubs but you gotta have beer!

  8. jenny says:

    I drive a Chev. Trailblazer. I love it. I will never go back to a car. I feel much safer in something bigger. Sucks that gas is so expensive, but oh well, what do you do?

  9. All these weird car names I will have to go google it to find out what you are driving. I currently drive 2-legs and then when no one is lookin a Materia but dont think you get the later outside of the african thing.

  10. candi says:

    I have a mini van, cuz I am a mommy, so i dont get to drive them sporty cars. lol

  11. SKL says:

    I drive a 2003 Saturn Ion and I love it. So far I’ve never felt like I wished I had something bigger. It gets about 30mpg which is becoming more of a bonus every day.

    What I don’t love is when someone else is driving on a long trip and I have to sit in the 1/4 of the back seat that isn’t taken up by the two car seats (that was my day today). I will have to brainstorm some comfort ideas for the next long car trip.

  12. Amber says:

    Well isn’t this the $64,000 question of the day. My husband and I spent the day car shopping. I gave up my convertible because I wasn’t able to drive for 6 months, now Im back on the road Im looking for a new car. So far I have it narrowed down to the Mercedes ML, the Lexus RX, and the Acura RDX. I really am leaning towards the lexus though. Ill let you guys know the outcome.

    So for now, hubby walks to work 1/2 mile if that, and I drive his Lexus IS350 which is really very nice. I miss my convertible though and we feel like we need a small SUV for costco shops and hauling garden junk and going to Lake Tahoe to ski. *shrug*

  13. shane says:

    I drive a bonneville and a yukon. The bonneville is a pretty big car, it’s pretty good on gas. The yukon is very simillar to joys tahoe. I drive my yukon in the winter, it plows through the snow and has tons of room but only gets 10 miles to the gallon, 7 in 4 wheel drive. “pretty spendy to drive”

  14. Erin says:

    I drive a station wagon. No wood paneling AND it’s a Subaru. I LOVE my Legacy Wagon, it’s NOT an outback. It’s an 01, paid for, gets great mileage and runs awesome in the snow! DH has a 96 that runs just as well

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