Which Car shall i buy???

By Patze

Hi all,

I`m looking for a new car. I`ve decided to take a new one, after checking the used ones, because for the price of good used ones, you will get a new one. My favourites at the moment are Nissan X-trail, Toyota RAV 4 or Kia Sorento or Kia Sportage. The difference is, that you get at the Kias a V6 engine for the same money where Nissan and Toyota sell 4 Cyl., but N and T seem better for resale. Has anyone of you experiences with those cars (hopefully good ones). or can anyone show alternatives?

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By Bastook• 12 years 5 months ago.
Bastook

so what did you end up buying??

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By Patze• 14 years 9 months ago.
Patze

He,he thanks for your answers. I drive already a pathfinder from my company and are very satisfied. But this other car is for my wife, so no need to be a perfect 4WD. It should be safe and comfortable and should have enough space for Mum and two little kids (strawler etc.) Unfortunately here are absolutely no station wagons available...and my wife likes that high seat position.

By Super7• 14 years 9 months ago.
Super7

Definitely pathfinder

By Safwany• 14 years 9 months ago.
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Safwany

Dear Patze,

From my experience I think the best alternative for you is Nissan Pathfinder, it is a powerful and a good 4WD car and it is not that much different in price from the ones you mentioned.

As for X-trail it is a weak car and for the Kia as you mentioned the resal value is very low.

Good luck,

Ayman

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