As some of you might remember (and have nightmares about) I own what is officialy the ugliest car in the world.
Former Car of the Year at Top Gear, “courtesy of its mad, ingenious and unquestionably brave styling” and “so ugly it could frighten a bouncer.”
I do like it a lot, but it’s a 2001 edition with dated safety and extras. And it has a really rotten mileage, which is something you notice in a country where gas is about $7 a gallon. We also bought it used and were quite unlucky - now it’s broken again. Anyway I’m looking for a new car and soliciting advice.
I’m considering leasing and I’m looking at either the Honda Jazz (Fit), Fiat Qubo and Fiat Punto EVO. All smaller than what we have now, but we only have two kids and they’re so old that we don’t have to bring a carriage and whatnot everywhere.
Feel free to offer advice.
Bear in mind that we’re the most expensive country in the world, when it comes to new cars, and by looking at what I have, you should know, that practicality means a lot more to me than speed or styling (although like Top Gear I think the Multipla is so ugly it’s cool). Safety and mileage is important.