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Here’s my daily driver; what is everyone else daily driving?
2019 Malibu. Company car. Came with a gas card. ‘Nuff said!!
Just got this one last month. First "new" vehicle I've owned, and its 17 years old.
Depends what day it is. 2018 Chrysler 300
I have 2 that I alternate between. 2006 Charger SRT 8 with a bit of work on the 6.1L Hemi engine (440 hp) and a 3.92 Getrag LSD rear dif for nice weather/fun driving days and a 2012 300 C 5.7L Hemi (365 hp) for other days...and cruising comfort on longer routine hauls. The 300 C is also the primary Winter driver with heated seats front and back, heated steering wheel, instant electric windshield defrost and remote start.
2019 Ram short box, perfect ride so far, easy to park, and easy on fuel 3.6 8-speed, and can still haul parts.
1990 Bronco, 175k miles, still smooth as silk
Here's my 94, bought it back in Sept last year. I'm the second owner, 12v/nv4500/4x4 130k miles. Love it.
Only the second brand new car I have ever bought. 33 mpg in town/45 on the highway. No pics, though, as it's a little boring, but the heated seats feel great on my back on the ride home from work while listening to whatever is on my phone through the bluetooth... 2020 Elantra ECO. Turbocharged 1.4L and a 7-speed auto. Very comfortable and only has 7,000 miles on it now. Might be in a position to replace the 2000 Durango (my wife's driver) at the end of the year. Might go new again...
This was my daily until this new job gave me a work truck, Chevy box truck....man I miss my truck, just deleted the def and cat, sounds so much better now.
Here’s my new daily driver, so far I love it. 2015 Audi S3. It’d prob run 12 sec 1/4 mile and I get 27MPG.
These 2 split that duty. I’ve put 30k miles on that Imp in about 10 years.
Love this car and gets 33 MPG if you keep your foot off the floor.
Well, that depends. When it’s together, my 72 Duster Is my daily. Since I tore my Duster apart for a suspension and interior overhaul, I was driving my 2007 Ram 1500. Then two weeks ago, my 07 developed a massive oil leak, so now I’m driving the ole ‘02 Cummins that I was suppose to have sold a few months ago already.
2015 Renegade. 1.4 turbo/ six speed manual. Better power to weight ratio than a 318 Duster and 35 MPG.
2005 2500 diesel. Bought in 07 with only 19k on the clock. Only 134k on it now. Did the rust repair in the bed sides last summer and repaint from bleh-beige to blaze red.
Used this all day yesterday that count?
2012 ram longhorn is the commuter to work. Work wheels is a 2019 caravan with Braunability Handicap Vans, SUVs, Wheelchair Lifts | BraunAbility
I have two. 1996 Plymouth ACR Neon Coupe and 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport. The Neon gets almost 40 mpg with 3.94 gears and a DOHC 2.0 engine that will pull to 7K rpm. The Cherokee will get low 20's mpg with 3.55 gears auto trans and 4.0 six.
O1 F150. Just rolled 200k. And no cracks in the dash.
Nice days. O6 GT
Carefully posting those...people make fun of you for running broncs around here
Very nice! Wife has a mopar daily drive as well that’s fun. 2017 challenger gt awd.
I wanna drive to Georgia and pick Rob up for a ride. @RustyRatRod
1999 F250SD 7.3L Diesel 2WD Alan