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Old 09-08-2007, 03:05 PM   #1
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Hello everyone

I consider this my first step for real savings
basically i have options on what cars to use
i like all three of them a lot
nissan 350 z, 2006 this is the one i like to use the most
PT cruiser, 200* im not sure what year , believe it or not i only use it because of its MPG
lincoln towncar, 199*, very conffy car
i'll add later more info about them

latest stats
nissan $5*=~400
PT ~$35=350 maximum
it has been a while since i last used the lincoln

thanks for all the advise
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Old 09-08-2007, 05:13 PM   #2
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hello. i usually get 350miles to the tank with both of my cars. what kind of mpg are you getting?

however, am curious what advice are you thankful for?
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:48 PM   #3
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thank you for all the (future) advise ( that i will be receiving)

thank you for all the (future) advise ( that i will be receiving)
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:53 PM   #4
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Old 09-09-2007, 10:44 PM   #5
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cubajean10 -

Welcome to GS! Looks like you have a car for every mood, speed, comfort, or MPG!

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I would sell all three of those gas hogs, and buy a new Toyota Yaris, or Nissan Versa, or Honda Fit. Go all the way, or forget it ;-)

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trade in your z for a infinity g 3.7 40% less emissions/ 10% better mpg and 30+ more hp. its the same chassis as a z350 who knows Nissan might come out with the z370?? this way you have more power than the z and the comfort of the linc.
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trade in your z for a infinity g 3.7 40% less emissions/ 10% better mpg and 30+ more hp. its the same chassis as a z350 who knows Nissan might come out with the z370?? this way you have more power than the z and the comfort of the linc.
yup and if you were to auto-x it, you would be in a less competitive because it has more than two seats.

30 more hp though... i am going to have to see some sources for this g 3.7... you mean the g35 right?
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