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Old 17 Nov 2013, 02:10 am   #1 (permalink)
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Are kias as bad as i hear? What about fords?















Thinking bout a chevy cruze or malibu, suggestions?
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Old 17 Nov 2013, 02:40 am   #3 (permalink)
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Old 17 Nov 2013, 03:00 am   #4 (permalink)
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Old 17 Nov 2013, 03:10 am   #5 (permalink)
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I would suggest to not to buy a Kia a friend of mine bought one and after the 100k warranty it stared breaking down constantly. I would suggest to go with a Japanese brand like Honda or Toyota for reliability, or even a chevy cruze if you are a big American supporter. Take in consideration that American brands are mainly build in Mexico.
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Get a car Made in USA by union workers, like I did. That is usually an American brand. I don't know of any foreign cars Made in USA by union labor. Not saying there aren't any, but do your homework. Buying a car isn't all about just your needs. A car is a substantial purchase and it has a huge effect on the economy. The only question is, do you want to boost the economy of a foreign country or do you want to boost the economy of America? One thing, if you buy a car that is Made in USA, then you have bragging rights. Not so with a foreign car. Think of your children's future. Do you want anything left of America for them to inherit? Many people don't care about their child's future. Do you?
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I agree with Maximo Hondas and toyotas are most reliable if you want luxury Lexus is awesome it's made with the Toyota reliability if you choose to get a USA made car Malibus are great I've had a 05 Malibu and never had problems at all with it I think kias are bad investments just my opinion they are basicly off brands I think they suck again my opinion people may think different and I've never liked fords I think Chevy is way better between them both and mercedes is gotta be the best of all but if you can't afford it dont get it it's expensive on gas cause it requires premium gas you can use regular but in time it will effect the performance of the vehicle good luck with you car and choice
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Hi















as we say nothing as bad as a ford and both Kia and hyundai are both made by FORD in a far off land.















so look at volkswagen or a japanese small car if you want it to reliable.
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When it comes to reliability, bottom line is this...American cars have the market cornered. There's a reason why you've never seen a million mile Honda, but there are dozens of million mile US made cars. With that said, avoid anything that's union made. Unions are garbage.































Yes, Kia's are junk.































Lastly, ignore what anyone says and get what you want. Most cars are going to be reliable for the duration of time an average person keeps a new car (which is about 7 years, statistically speaking). I personally keep cars until they fall apart, so jap cars just don't last long enough for me.
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