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    I got a new Audi A1 S-line for my birthday a few months ago. Love it so much. An older audi a1 might be in your price range?
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    (Original post by CAElite)
    I could tell some horror stories about prius's but I think I will be kind tonight.

    Plus for a first car... 5k? xD I mean you could by a 3.5k 1.0 2010 punto or something and pay 1.5k on insurance

    OR dump 2k on a cheap sports car (late 90s / early 00s MR2/MGTF/MX5 etc) and spend 3k insuring it xD
    Sure no problem xD Had no issues with it so far *touch wood* LOL
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    I started out with a '77 Triumph Spitfire 1500.

    Spitfire, midget, beetle, herald, series land rover, morris minor... anything like that on classic car insurance would be a good bet.
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    (Original post by RockNRollSaz)
    Sure no problem xD Had no issues with it so far *touch wood* LOL
    Hehe most of the stuff I see is endemic of hybrids in general. Just make sure you get rid of it before the battery reaches ~10 years old. Mileage doesnt seem to be a factor but they all seem to go at the 9/10 year mark. Also regardless of what Toyota says about it "Lasting a lifetime" make sure the eCVT transaxle fluid is replaced every 60k or so AND that the gunk has been cleaned out of the system.
 
 
 

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