Well my 2007 Nissan Sentra works just fine. Great MPG, great everything. I’m a moderately tall guy and can’t sit in small cars anymore but this one has lots of room. Also gots some pep for a 4 cylinder.
It’s the Kias and Hyundais that you need to steer clear of. Those are basically throwaway cars because of how their frame is designed, built to be totaled. It’s great for ensuring your safety, but not your wallet. However they are improving:
If you know the car has a good track record, then it should be fine. Plus with a new kid I don’t think he has enough room for a newer car, however options do exist.
Plus my 10-year old Nissan Sentra works just fine, better than most modern cars.
But I do agree, the safety benefits with the newer cars are great.
^ Hes right. Just gotta know the history of the car, and sometimes shit hits the fan. I blew out my 1991 Ford F350’s transmission 6 days after I got the truck (well, my dad did). Does that mean all F350s are trash? naw.
Some cars just fit specific needs, and Nissans just didnt cut it for you.