The Dog and Lemon Guide by NA | McLeods BooksellersBy Jazzbass , September 27, in General Discussion. I've come across many comments like that and while I understand what they're trying to say, I really do think they've missed the point totally. To me, the BMW just has something that no Japanese car I've ever owned I've had many has ever had - and that's 'character'. BMWs just have a package that totally suits me. I enjoy my driving again since I've discovered that certain character.
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Many new readers have been asking me for car advice recently, and there have also been some useful discussions on the matter in the Money Mustache Forum. I find myself typing out the same list of recommendations over and over again, so I thought the best strategy would be to dig in, do some up-to-date research, and lay down the law on exactly which cars are most worth owning.
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I'm looking to buy a resonably nice looking wagon using my usual car buying criteria: Under 10 years old, under ,K's, under 10k. Admitedly it's a bit of a struggle and I may have to compromise somewhere. Could potentially go slightly outside of those parameters. I've been getting reviews from the Dog and Lemon Guide. It's good to know what to watch out for.
In general, they gave poor scores for Nissan all round focusing on issues around reliability. I queried my mechanic about this and he said Nissan, especially Pulsars were one of the most reliable cars that he had seen and they practically survive on mistreatment as well as being low maintenenance due to having a chain driven engine as opposed to belt,. What do you reckon about this? Is the Dog and Lemon reliable in this aspect? They tend to recommend Mazdas, Toyotas and even Hondas over the Nissan product. I had always heard that Hondas especially autos tend to be unreliable, eg Honda HRV standing for High risk vehicle etc. Has Nissan fallen so far behind now after merging with Renault?