Preferred car size?

Discussion in 'Automotive' started by PriusRepellent, Oct 27, 2018.

  1. PriusRepellent

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    Anyone here have a strong preference for the size of car you drive? I prefer compacts due to their cornering and braking characteristics, and they are not so small that I can't fit anything in it like a subcompact. I had a mid-size as my first car and it felt like a boat in comparison.
     
  2. Mr.Blueboy

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    I like mid-sized vehicles like the Toyota Rav-4, for example.
     
  3. Duster02

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    C-segment

    D-segment
     
  4. SPENCER6665555999

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    small compacts basically any 90s vehicle that was a sedan hatchback or wagon I like my most favorite is a geo metro
     

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  5. fufsgfen

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    If Jeremy Clarkson complains about headroom, knees hitting dashboard or something such nature, it is not size of car I like.

    Car size itself does not matter to me, more of space available indoors, leaning your shoulder against cold window for hours is not nice.
     
  6. MrAnnoyingDude

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    Searching for a first car now, concentrating on D-segment (Honda Accord, Lexus IS, Audi A4, Alfa Romeo 156/9, etc.) models.
     
  7. Ytrewq

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    My current car is a compact, but I want my next daily driver to be D (Passat, Legacy, Land Cruiser) or E segment (850, V70, E-class). I prefer older cars, and smaller old cars are unsafe.
     
  8. BannedByAndroid

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    I prefer mostly larger E-segment or F-segment cars. Bigger is (mostly) better.
     
  9. Blue_Guy

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    Sedan / coupe size, so like the fusion and mustang, and absolutely huge, like the 6 door f650
     
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