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When it comes to buying a new car, what feature is most important to you?
By: Courtney Driver   |    October 18, 2011   |   30 Responses (0) (0)

A great navigation system
Gas mileage
Automatic parallel parking

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LCavalletta commented on February 18, 2012

Of those listed, gas mileage tops the list!

CoLoR349 commented on February 16, 2012

Without a doubt gas mileage would be at the top of the list but it still has to look good.

Karen Hanchar commented on February 16, 2012

Gas mileage, of course!

Nilotic commented on February 16, 2012

Gas Gas Gas Mileage!! But of course excellent timeless style and panache makes it worth it some cars are so ugly i wonder why they sell them at all

Karen commented on February 15, 2012

gas mileage. I have a portbale GPS- which I can bring with me on trips, too. Comfort is also very important.

Debbie commented on February 15, 2012

Gas Mileage

ALuxe commented on February 15, 2012

These days, it has to be gas mileage.

Melanie Cole Sartain commented on February 15, 2012

With gas prices as high as they are now, I need a car with good mileage. There are good ones out there that have all the other bells and whistles!

Nick commented on February 9, 2012

Gas mileage would be a number one priority if I were to buy a new car. Why would you want a car that wastes twice as much gas and is twice the cost of an economy car when they both fulfill the same purpose of getting from point A to point B? If i were buying a luxury car I would already expect it to have all of the above unless it's a sports car.

Sara Cardoza commented on February 8, 2012

Economy is always important and with gas prices so high I would rather save money at the pump than anything else....however, built-in-navigation is nice when you're directionally-challenged like me!

JR commented on February 8, 2012

I am not good at parking!!!

Nadine commented on January 30, 2012

Of the 3 gas mileage was a no brainer, and IS a factor to me, but not before power, a 'feels like a zero degree turn radius, and a great temperature control system.

Debbie commented on January 30, 2012

Gas mileage and price.

alan commented on January 27, 2012

great gas mileage with great interior room are musts...

Pamela commented on January 23, 2012

Stereo!! :)

David Sutherland commented on January 3, 2012

Fuel economy and emisions

manivelle commented on January 1, 2012

It's a mistake to see car characteristics as discrete details.

Randy commented on December 31, 2011

I agree that NONE of the responses are applicable to me nor to the idea of what I assume would be a question aimed at LUXURY CARS due to the site. Nav systems are important, but, with aftermarket and smartphones typically more up-to-date and offering more features, it isn't high on the list. Not a large percentage of the luxury car market buyers purchase based on fuel economy. Automatic Parallel parking is a gimmick for those that can't drive, plus, most luxury cars are valet parked anyway. Quality, Performance, Style & Reliability would have been much better choices.

Randy commented on December 31, 2011

I agree that NONE of the responses are applicable to me nor to the idea of what I assume would be a question aimed at LUXURY CARS due to the site. Nav systems are important, but, with aftermarket and smartphones typically more up-to-date and offering more features, it isn't high on the list. Not a large percentage of the luxury car market buyers purchase based on fuel economy. Automatic Parallel parking is a gimmick for those that can't drive, plus, most luxury cars are valet parked anyway. Quality, Performance, Style & Reliability would have been much better choices.

Tony Hernandez commented on December 30, 2011

gas mileage and style

cbmfse commented on December 30, 2011

gas mileage

Bob commented on December 30, 2011

Performance...period! Can you say Porsche?

Mark commented on December 29, 2011

A great car should have both cutting edge technology whike being eco-friendly.

Richard commented on December 29, 2011

Price of the vehicle is number 1 , the amenities are second and mpg is third !

Lionel commented on December 29, 2011

MPG & value

Steve Pinney commented on December 29, 2011

MPG

Alicia D. commented on December 28, 2011

Its all about the gas

Cecil commented on December 21, 2011

None of these. Car performance, driving comfort, and craftsmanship/uniqueness... See the Weismann GT-MF4.

Kamran commented on November 8, 2011

Gas mileage

Patricia Laridaen commented on October 29, 2011

Mileage is the most important now with gas prices so high at the pumps! We also take into account fuel alternative vehicles. The days they are a changin'! The time was it was all about looks, speed, comfort but 2011 is reality check time.

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