what car can I get that is Reliable for under $12k -14k?

Just wondering no Kia Is not much reliable cars toyota are or hyundai

6 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    For you a Trollmaster Hybird .

    (You made a new account but your material is the same spam )

    Source(s): Your many accounts question history👹👺
  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    You have multiple accounts all asking the same repeat questions over and over again. STOP IT.

    read your previous answers and stop wasting our time.

    Today, you made up a new account using the same username as before. And you asked 4 times, the same stupid question. This is on top of a couple dozen prior questions with prior accounts.

    Kia is not that much worse than Hyundai. But Toyota, Honda and Mazda are better

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    13 years in Multi-Badge New Car Dealership Warranty Claims,

    NSU, Subaru, Peugeot, Suzuki, Oldsmobile, GMC, SAAB, Chevrolet.

    There is NO modern automobile that is Less Generally reliable than any other. There ARE specific parts of some models in every line that may be less well built.

    I drove New models, every 2.5 years for about 10 years. (Purchased not Dealer)

    I now buy USED vehicles (10 yrs or more) and have just the same reliability.

    Pick a nice clean under 4000$, Used vehicle, Have a qualified, licensed, Factory Trained TECH survey it prior to purchase (100$ worth it).

    Pay it off, No Loans. If you must get a loan make it Personal, not a vehicle lien, for no more than 3 years.

    Bank your purchase price. expect to spend 1000$ in the first two years.

    You savings on price, Insurance, sales tax, and property Taxes can be banked. You should win in the long run.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Some brands such as Toyota and Honda have an overall better reliability than others but ANY car can be reliable if driven conscientiously and cared for properly, and any of the so-called reliable brands can be complete duds if driven hard and cared for poorly.

    Therefore, buying a used car requires the knowledge and ability to evaluate the history and condition of the vehicle you buy. If you lack that ability (and we know you do or you wouldn't be asking), then your best course of action is to hire someone who has the skills and knowledge to do a very thorough test drive and pre-buy inspection for you.

    The first thing you have to decide is what TYPE of vehicle you want. Large sedan, small sedan, sports car, SUV, large or small van, front wheel drive, rear wheel drive, awd, 4wd etc, etc, etc. There's no point in us suggesting something until you at least tell us that.

    FAIL. Try again.

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  • Greg
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Very easy to google on-line. There are tiny reliability issues.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    hmmm Toyota Yaris probably.....  fuel efficient hatcback.

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