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My future car will be one of these three. All 2015-2018 Mazda 3, Kia Forte and Toyota Corolla LE. Red is my favorite color choice. Please tell me which one you’d buy and why. Thanks. | Fairygodboss
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Purchased the Corolla LE just like the one above in red. Listened to my inner voice telling me to go this morning. Thanks for everyone’s input.
Stephanie King
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I generally create a spreadsheet to capture car options fitting my criteria and then look at TCO (total cost of ownership) to guide my final decision. TCO includes anticipated maintenance costs, insurance rates, gas usage, etc. I haven’t looked at sedans recently but I’d bet the ranking would be Toyota, Kia, Mazda for best to worst TCO. Best of luck making your decision!
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My go to is Consumer Reports magazine.
Sweet Caroline
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Corolla for sure. Best in class long term reliability. We drive only Toyota and Honda and have experienced few of any repairs, we keep our cars for 10+ years and 200,000 miles or more.
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Wow! Excellent! I usually keep mine for 9 years. At 180,500 on my 04 Honda Civic VP Sdn.
Shanita Taylor
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I would make a purchase based on financial goals/status and the quality of the car. Also, I would get a quote from insurance companies too.
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Definitely
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I drove aToyota Corolla before trading it in for a Kia Sorento. In my opinion, you can’t go wrong with either Toyota or Kia. We took both vehicles on long road trips and they did great. Have you asked your insurance company for a quote on each make and model? Also, I have been advised to not buy a red car because so many road items are red (stop signs, stop lights, sirens) and it makes it harder for other drivers to see your brake lights. Your choice so buy whatever color, make and model that brings you joy!
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The Corolla is my first choice. The brake light issue, I look at the rear window brake light. Used to own a Jetta in red without issue except it attracted lots of attention so people saw me.