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I've done a lot of thinking and thought about going with a dodge charger, what do you guys think? I don't want to trade in my first car but it has crossed my mind I'm just not to surr
 

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I personally would not trade in a Nissan for a Chrysler. My experience is Chrysler cars have a lot of issues and poor quality. You may like the Dodge Charger and feel you want it. Just don't expect the car to have low maintenance or insurance costs.
 

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Gonna take a big hit on the trade in. But do what makes you happy. Going to hurt in the wallet to at the pump.
 

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If you wanna trade, trade up not for the same. Instead of another versa why not a sentra spec-v or se-r or Juke. Try to go for something within your range, and something you will be happy with for the next 5-6 years. There are too many choices out there, you just have to get informed and make the right one. Good luck if you do go thru with it.
 

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the one thing I would be concerned over is Fuel economy. yeah dodge has has some issues in the past, can you name one car company that has not? heck even a $200,000 car has issues. its in what you want but weigh the pros and cons before you do.
 

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Thanks Everyone I was just looking into and seeing if anyone else had bad experiences with dodge. I have a few family members who had horrible experience s with them I just wanted some extra feedback. The possibility of the juke is there im just waiting for the new juke nismo model to come out.
 

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Id go with Scion, Toyota, Subaru (expensive though), VW, Mazda, or Honda. They know what the subcompact/compact tuner world wants these days. Nissan engineers need to put down the crack pipe.

I would never buy a domestic. Everytime I talk to people with newer Dodges, and Chevys they have all replaced the ecus and other major electric components. Stay away from domestic ! I would want my car to out last the payments :)
 

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The possibility of the juke is there im just waiting for the new juke nismo model to come out.
It's already out, if it wasn't 27k and my wife wouldn't kill me for switching cars again lol I would so get it. Saw one at a local dealer here.

If it wasn't cause I can't afford it right now and I value my life lol I would so get it.....
 

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How much do you love car payments?

Personally, I hate car payments and my V is paid so I'm gonna drive it until either it gets totaled (hopefully not) or the wheels fall off.
I feel the same way ... I hate car payments & now that mine are done, I'll just drive the car until it dies ...


Also, I spotted a juke nismo the other day. Really wished I had snapped pics.
 

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Id go with Scion, Toyota, Subaru (expensive though), VW, Mazda, or Honda. They know what the subcompact/compact tuner world wants these days. Nissan engineers need to put down the crack pipe.

I would never buy a domestic. Everytime I talk to people with newer Dodges, and Chevys they have all replaced the ecus and other major electric components. Stay away from domestic ! I would want my car to out last the payments :)
Really? I traded my 11' Versa HB for a 12' Camaro 1LT V6 and traded that for a 12' 1SS Camaro. I've had the SS for over a year now with 22,000 miles and zero issues. My 1LT had zero issues also. I just wanted the SS. My Versa on the other hand had the dreaded piston slap on cold morning start ups. There are Camaro's on Camaro5.com with 100,000 miles and having no major issues.
 
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