mine was called a proton saga. It was an OLD mitsu lancer clone (the one fromthe 80's). It was like a tin can, and if you did have an accident with one, you sure would feel it, that is, if you survive it.
Second car was a bimmer, so it made up for my suffering and mental anguish. lol
My first was an 86 chevy celebrity 2door with a sun roof.
WHat a monster. I loved that steel plated tin can.
Traded it for my pos kia.
The kia runs great since i stoped takin it to the dealer.
Oh yeah i was once hit in that car and no damage.
The other car crushed their door in. Stupid for sideswippin me.
1st car, 1971 Buick Skylark Custom rag-top. All souped-up. A real chick magnet. Too bad I knew alot about cars and nothin' about chicks. LOL If I knew then what I know now. Oh wait, I still don't know shit about chicks. Just ask my wife. -Tom-
My first car was an 88 Olds Cutlass Ciera. It had 118,000 miles, I paid 2 grand for it, I junked it at 188,000 because everything started to go at once....and I couldn't keep up financially. Since I've driven a KIA, I'll stick with one...until of course I can afford a custom built Dodge Viper.lol
My first car was 1970 Leyand Mini - bought it for £100 when I was 18, what a piece of crap! I only kept it a few months thn moved it on to some other poor victim. Since then I've had a Morris Marina, that had a knackered gearbox and wouldnt select reverse, a VW Golf with a leaky sunroof, a Citroen ZX, a Nissan Primera, a Ford Mondeo estate, a Ford Focus Estate and now my Kia Shuma
Then was car Sharing with my mum, Citroen Saxo 1.0.. which is a nice lil nippy car when you rag it :blush:
and my first proper car i actually own is my lovely lovely 1.5 Shuma SX 1999... haven't even been near it yet, but 2 weeks time i'll be back from uni... Mum says its nippier than her saxo so i'm happy with that! and looks amazing from the photos my Dad took..
YUP, Got the wife the G6 gt and joined a forum for that ride. It was the same format as ours was before the change, so felt quite comfortable navigating it right off. Today they made the switch to this style format...I'll see how it helps/hurts the membership activity there....the activity is...
I’ve heard that Kia dealers are individual franchises and that an initial maintenance on a new Kia must be done at the dealership that sells the vehicle. I’m assuming that means that any initial maintenance paid for by Kia upon sale of the vehicle.
Anyone know if this is true?