Are you loyal to one brand of vehicle?
ie: Ford, Chev, Toyota, Honda, etc..
I have a split decition when it comes to vehicles. I love subaru, due to how rugged and simple they are. You can take one in the mountains, and not feel too bad that you dinged it up. Also, many of them are spacious on the outside, and make good use for camping or beach trips
I also love Audi, for their beauty, history, and inginuity.
Nope, as long as it runs I'm happy. My ex-husband didn't allow anything but Fords on his property, and as such we passed up more than one good vehicle that would have been better for us than the Ford he chose instead. Luckily, my husband just cares that it's in decent shape and something he can work on.
by Sharp Points 3 years ago
Are you loyal to the brand of automobile you currently own?Have you owned any vehicles from that brand before? Do you look specifically for that brand when looking for a new car?
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What is the difference between these two words: airy and aerie?
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