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TOTD: Would You Buy the Newest Version of Your Car?

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 3/26/2014 Karla Sanchez

Whether you bought your car for its looks, performance, or fuel economy, you bought it for good reason. There was something particular you liked about your vehicle, but if you had to do it all over again today, would you buy the newest version of your car if it's been refreshed? Even if your car isn't that old, chances are it's been updated at least once. Lately, it seems like vehicles are getting refreshed almost every year. Take for example the Honda Civic, which has been refreshed three times since the 2011 model year with improvements ranging from a refreshed front bumper to a new infotainment and navigation system. MotorTrend Image© Provided by MotorTrend MotorTrend Image

Perhaps your car is older, and the model has undergone lots up updates or is completely new. Adman64 wouldn't mind a brand new Porsche Boxster ( a 2015 Boxster GTS, perhaps??? ) over his current 1999 Boxster. While some cars have changed for the better, some may have changed for the worse. ChaiLatte wouldn't switch for a new 2014 MINI Cooper, while jqleh15 wouldn't want a new 2014 BMW 5 Series. So would you buy the newest version of your car? Let us know in the comments below, and thanks to QRK5001for today's TOTD!

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