ANSWERS: 51
  • An old banger and use the rest of the money for far more interesting things!
  • A cheap car so I could rent a chauffeur.
  • A Brand New Mitsubishi Spyder Eclipse (if they do have new models anyway, I love those cars, and the name rocks too.)
  • I would buy a Scion. They look nice and are not that expensive.
  • Saturn Vue hybrid
  • i'd like a prius. i think 30k would allow me to put a really nice stereo and some other extras in it as well.
  • Skyline R32. They start under $20K after being modded to meet US crash-test and emissions regulations.
  • A Honda Fit and then pimp it out with a nice stereo.
  • slap it all on a Hummer
  • A subaru WRX STI... oh yeah... my dream car...
  • Dodge Charger R/T Hemi
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX, AWD 2.0 Turbo MI VEC engine. Best handeling ever.
  • 3000GT VR4 and Mod it till you owned the road.
  • 2008 Volvo S40 T5. I love Volvo's I think their nice :)
  • Simple...An Acura 3.2 TL (2003) Because it is the best used car! And is so hott!
  • 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse in the burnt orange color.
  • Wouldn't buy a car... I'd re-rebuild the '84 Mustang sitting in my garage. You can buy a lot of go-fast goodies for $30k. I'd finally get my dream of a 10-sec daily driver ;-) I might even spend some money on the paint. Krylon is cheap.
  • I would buy a new Subaru Tribeca. The 2008, 5 passenger model goes for $29,995...see...just like at McDonalds I would receive change...LOL
  • A turn-key Factory Five Cobra kit car. Fun fast and your neighbor doesn't have one!
  • A hybrid. I don't believe we are even close to the highest price we will be paying for gas. It is worth the money in the long run simply on the gas savings.
  • an economical car
  • An SUV that gets decent gas mileage. This week my dream car is a 2008 Honda CRV EX with navigation - it runs just under $30K.
  • A Jetta! LOL
  • Actually it would be a jeep.
  • Either a classic mustang or one of those new town and country minivans!
  • I would buy a new bicycle and save the leftovers for rainy days.
  • Forget the car! If I had $30,000, I would pay off EVERY bill, put some in savings, and get a fresh start and start all over at even. Anyone who has almost lost everything, knows what I am talking about. But, the question was about a car, so, I would get one of those new little 2-seater thing-a-ma-jigs, that get about 50 miles to a gallon of gas, (or a hybrid)!
  • I would buy a used diesel MBZ. Diesel fuel is expensive but one can put 4 or 5 hundred thousand miles on the engine if properly maintained. I would never buy a new car . . . let someone else pay the depreciation and buy a used car from a new car dealer. They have to ensure it's in good, safe condition when it leaves their lot.
  • 1998 Toyota Supra Single Turbo
  • I would get a 1967 Pontiac GTO. Jeez these cars had some muscle in the days. The 1967 Pontiac GTO stands as one of the most beautiful muscle cars of all time. To their iconic muscle car's pleasing nose, Pontiac designers added simple polished "chain link" grille inserts. At the tail, they resculpted some edges and cleaned up the lamps. Without disturbing the matchless lines of the '66, the stylists had created an aesthetic triumph. Muscle Car Image Gallery The 1967 Pontiac GTO, with its distinctive grille, is one of the most imposing muscle cars ever built. Something fresh lurked behind the 1967 Pontiac GTO's gorgeous new grille: The standard engine was now a 400-cid enlargement of the 389-cid V-8. Compression was unchanged, and the base version, with its four-barrel carburetor, again made 335 horsepower. But taking over the 360-horsepower slot from the discontinued tri-carburetor setup was a new single four-barrel High Output option. It cost $77 extra and added a higher-lift camshaft, free-flow exhaust manifolds, and an open-element air cleaner. Of the 81,722 GTOs built for '67, 13,827 were equipped with the HO engine. Underhood, a 400-cid V-8 replaced the hallowed 389. For another $263, the 1967 Pontiac GTO's HO mill could be fitted with Ram Air. These ultimate GTO V-8s had extra-strong valve springs and a longer-duration cam; they were underrated at 360 horsepower. The Ram Air package consisted of hardware that opened the otherwise nonfunctional hood scoops, plus a pan that went around the open-element air cleaner and mated to the hood with a foam-rubber skirt. Ram Air was a factory option ordered for 751 cars, but the pan and scoop parts were shipped in the trunk of the car for installation by the dealer. The owner was advised to refit the closed-scoop hardware during wet weather. Three- and four-speed manual transmissions, both with Hurst shifters, were offered for the 1967 Pontiac GTO. Ram Air versions could use the stick or an automatic, but the 4.33:1 axle ratio was mandatory. Replacing the two-speed automatic was the three-speed Turbo Hydra-matic. When it was ordered with a center console, the gear lever was relocated from the steering column to the floor and a Hurst Dual Gate shifter was used. The driver could leave the lever in Drive, or slide it into an adjacent gate for fully manual shifting. The interior of the 1967 Pontiac GTO was topflight in almost every way. Detail revisions fine-tuned the GTO's styling, while underhood, a 400-cid V-8 replaced the hallowed 389. This car has the optional hood-mounted tach, which looked cool, but was hard to read in rain or direct sunlight. The cabin was still top-flight, even if the dash did trade wood trim for a woodgrain vinyl applique. Among other new options for the 1967 Pontiac GTO were power front disc brakes ($105) and a hood-mounted tach ($84).
  • I'd buy a cruising motorcycle, acceossorize it and pay off bills with the rest.
  • Maybe a Toyota Camry high-bred
  • I'd buy the biggest baddest Chevy 4X4 truck out there. But then again, $30,000 wouldn't be enough for that so I would have to buy it a few years old.
  • 2004 ford mustang cobra
  • PROBABLY A 2002 CORVETTE IM NOT SURE IF ID BE ABLE TO BUT THE ZO6 THO
  • Well, I'd go looking for a 69-72 Corvette Roadster.
  • a valuable car
  • a valuable car
  • a valuable car
  • a valuable car
  • try electric one car that would cater the need, help to cut down the bio fuel cost in your routine
  • try electric one car that would cater the need, help to cut down the bio fuel cost in your routine
  • try electric one car that would cater the need, help to cut down the bio fuel cost in your routine
  • yes i would love to have only money with me not a car that will turn into scrapt after some time.
  • I would buy a Toyota Avalon. They are good on gasoline for their size or the size of almost any car and they are roomy and dependable. If I wanted a smaller car I would get a Honda Accord. If I wanted a very small car it would be a Honda Civic or a Toyota Corolla or a Honda Fit. I also would consider a Nissan Versa SL. If I had to have an American car it would be a Cheverlot Malibu, or a Chevy Cobalt. All in all my choice for space, economy, ride, reliabilty and gas mileage would once again be the Toyota Avalon closely followed by the Honda Accord. I would say the Toyota Camry but I personally do not like how they look.
  • I would buy a Dodge Ram 1500 with a 5.7 liter Hemi. That way I can have a truck, but also get somewhat good cas mileage.
  • A BA ford GT,
  • A classic car - perhaps a restored Chevy, Buick or Dodge circa 1939 - 1942.
  • I would fix up and pay off the bills my 92' Eagle Talon TSI has accumulated and than buy a Honda Del-Sol or Nissan Skyline ... right hand drive!
  • Are you talking about a $30,000 car before or after, taxes, tags, title, dealer fees, etc?
  • I'D BUY A TRUCK WITH AS MUCH AVIONICS IN IT AS YOU CAN FOR BETTER ADVANTAGES FOR YOURSELF. BUY AMERICAN.

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