If you could own any vehicle that fit your lifestyle, which would it be?

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  1. mythicalstorm273 profile image78
    mythicalstorm273posted 6 years ago

    If you could own any vehicle that fit your lifestyle, which would it be?

    The key here is FIT YOUR LIFESTYLE! If you have kids you better be able to fit kids in your vehicle, if you are an off roader well then you better have something that suits your hobbies as well! Price is no object though.  Thank you!

  2. DougBerry profile image85
    DougBerryposted 6 years ago

    I already own it.  It's the replacement for the car I drove through high school and college and finally wore out.  It's a 1964 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport, all original.  Right now it's in the shop getting new paint.

  3. Andrea K Fleming profile image60
    Andrea K Flemingposted 6 years ago

    I own a 2009 creme colored volkswagen beetle.  It fits my lifestyle to a T.  I live in the city and need to park in tiny parking decks and on the side of the road.  It can go anywhere and despite its small stature it can fit anything I want into the trunk.

  4. ShootersCenter profile image74
    ShootersCenterposted 6 years ago

    Hoover craft so I can beat the traffic and can land on roofs instead of cruising the lot looking for parking.

  5. jesimpki profile image95
    jesimpkiposted 6 years ago

    A first generation Honda Insight.  2 doors, a lift-back, seating for two, a 5spd manual transmission and of course, the hybrid drivetrain! smile

  6. Craig Snedeker profile image81
    Craig Snedekerposted 6 years ago

    It would be a hard choice between a FJ Cruiser and a CoD Jeep Wrangler. Both of them are beasts, and are my dream vehicles. I love to go off roading and could use a strong, tough, reliable truck (my S10 is old, and old trucks fall apart when put to the test, lol)

  7. magicrob profile image61
    magicrobposted 6 years ago

    A Segway. Quick, easy to lock up and has personality.

  8. philClaeys profile image63
    philClaeysposted 6 years ago

    From the instant Dodge came back with the Challenger in 2008, Chrysler had taken a different approach
    towards the retro muscle cars compared to Ford or Chevrolet.  The Challenger is more of a grand touring sports car being somewhat heavier and... read more

 
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