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Old 12-21-2008, 01:52 PM
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If you HAD to buy a non-Saturn car that was comparable to Saturn, WHAT KIND OF CAR WOULD YOU BUY?
 
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You mean something dent resistant and easy to work on?

Not many choices out there.
 
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Old 12-21-2008, 02:04 PM
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Come on now, LowSAturn, it''s just a general question. Have fun with it and give an answer.
 
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Honestly, If I were to buy a new vehicle, it wouldnt be a car the size of my Saturns. More of something mid-size or bigger.

Maybe the Chrysler 300C, new Camaro, or a Challenger. But I''d trade my 2001 Suburban in a heartbeat if they were ever to come out with a Diesel Suburban. I dont see that happening though.
 
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first off, lowsaturn, they did make diesel suburbans from 73-99. better selection of engines in the 73-91 body style (6.2L and 5.7L). the 90''s model only had the 6.5L available. and i''d love to have a subaru. easily interchangable parts on various models? can not beat that! but i love my ion.
 
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