What would your next vehicle be if you were to move on?

  1. Royal_Purple_Oil_Filter

    Royal_Purple_Oil_Filter Senior Member

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    Most hatch driver assume that point against sedan and coupe drivers tbh...
     
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    I plan on having this car for 5-6 years then either an rs4 or lightly used 911
     
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    Civic17siYAY Senior Member

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    Playing with the idea of buying a n54 BMW but I'm scared of all the horror stories. That or lotus evora is in the near future.
     
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    Civic17siYAY Senior Member

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    What issues did you run into?
     
  7. CdnColin

    CdnColin Senior Member

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    Really enjoying my Civic but will soon pass it along to my son. Next vehicle will definitely not have a tailpipe. More and more choices coming. Unfortunately Honda is not in the game. Surprised how far behind they are. What electrified vehicles they are offering now are pretty lame.
     
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    Definitely Hyundai Veloster N.
     
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    Not sure yet. Might get a late R33 GTST or S14K. Might even look at a GC8 STI or Evo IV. If I buy new, probably a next gen WRX or GT86. If they release the 2.0T Supra I might be able to afford one, but being 6'3", I wouldn't fit well. Heard rumors of a RX9 and S16, but we'll see in a couple years if those are true. Heck I'd even look at a Mustang GT, but for $47k, it is slightly out of my price range for the one I want, so probably settle with a Ecoboost Mustang PP or Camaro 2.0T 1LE for $37k. Mainly looking for something that can be an occasional DD and AutoX car.
     
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    Funny you say r33. Not moving on from the si but adding a 92 r32 GTS-t July 1st
     
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    Wrx, GTI, Type R, Mustang GT, Charger RT, Camaro SS, Ridgeline, Ram, F150. Or anything I find in a bright green.
     
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    Actually, I lied.... my next vehicle will be a Hellcat Charger. I traded my Scatpack Charger in for the Si and have not regretted it for one second.

    However, when the time is right, I’ll either sell the Si OR the 05 Civic LX and get into the HC. Just waiting for a bit more depreciation.

    In the meantime, if I were forced- I stand by the IS300 F-Sport
     
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    I've had a great time with my 17 Si but I could probably be happy with a lot of other compact cars like the Mazda 3, Elantra GT N, and even the newer, sportier Toyota Corolla. I'm older now but I've decided to still love cars and drive a manual all the way to the end. It's better to burn out than fade away!
     
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    New Dodge RAM, 1500, maybe a 2500. Seen 'em yet? Dodge has some pretty generous lease deals too.
     
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    Thanks for all the suggestions!

    I personally am leaning to go a little higher luxury. Wishing Audi A5 sportback but not really in my price range lol

    If I switch up I want something I can throw my bike in the back of (not suv though!)

    Need to check out the GTI I think too.
     
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