Need Help Picking A Car!!!!!!?
Ok So let's start at the beginning...I have a 2006 Chevy Cobalt LT That I've had for about 3 years and it has 100200 miles on it And I would like to get a new car....im currently a college student with one job until summer however I would like to get this new car before summer. My cobalt has about 170 HP to it and it can move pretty good and has always been a reliable car...however id like to have a car with a little more power too it...so im looking for a car that has like 200 (preferably more like 250HP) or more HP but im trying not to spend more than $15000 ( in fact I would like a lot less but i mite be able to get 4 or 5 grand for my car) I would also prefer it to be from 2003-2011 car but anyways any ideas??? Please give me multiple cars to choose from!! Thank You
- 8 years agoFavourite answer
Audi A4 (2003)
Infiniti G35 Coupe
Dodge charger rt (2007)
Chrysler 300c (2006 I think)
BMW M roadster (2000)
Dodge Magnum RT (2007)
Thats all I can think of. Personally i would go for the G35 coupe, 4 seats with good amount of horsepower and torque and its reliable. Thought the chrysler is very nice too lol. All of these car shud go 0-60 in under 6 seconds and shud be 15k or under depending on the year you get.
Good luck on finding your new car!
- 8 years ago
I have a 2010 Cobalt LT myself. Kinda in the same boat you are, great car but always wanting more. Me personally i like small quick cars and was looking at possible a Lancer. You can pick one up for pretty cheap with not bad miles and they are cheap to work on and build up to get the 250hp, Other options may be ( depending on your mileage limit) my all-time favorite, An 05 GTO or even possible Kia Forte Coupes, they are pretty quick and can be bought cheap. Those are my best recommendations
- laubLv 44 years ago
i might want to pass with decrease miles. one holiday to the broking service for that BMW will set you decrease back 3 grand. Chevy and Ford gained't carry any resale and the S60 is sweet around the nook from being a upkeep nightmare. V dub toddler
- Jay LLv 78 years ago
go with a Hyundai Elantra You can get a new one for about what you want ot spend and have a warranty as well as a new car.