What cars would you say are cheap and reliable?
My car keeps having issues and I need a more reliable one. Also with decent mpg because I commute to school. I am told by my dad "No American cars" and I keep looking up '01 Altimas, Honda CRX SI '86, and '07 Accords because the body styles are decent to me ( I normally like American cars, usually chevys)... Are their other suggestions?
Well, despite all the problems they had in the past, most of it was the media chaos, Toyota are still reliable cars and cheap too. I have a Toyota Aygo and it's a great car for its price.
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