Hey Scotty,

I just want to thank you for your show. Yesterday i traded my 2011 Chevy Cruze 1LT in for a 2016 Toyota Camry SE.

I was nervous doing it but I bought my Cruze new and I had that thing in the dealer at least once a year every year I owned it and sometimes more. I got to be friends with the dealer shop guys where i bought the car (not good). At least most of it was warranty and didn't cost me much but as I am finally out of warranty I was getting nervous. A recent repair would of cost over a thousand dollars if it wasn't covered.

My wife has been ill and my daughter is going away to college in a few weeks as a freshman and I don't have time to get stuck or stranded with the Cruze and needed a solid car that I don't have to worry about breaking. My wife got a 2015 Rav4 xle brand new and we haven't had one thing wrong with it and has been the total opposite of the Cruze. I hope the Camry will be the same. The Camry has the same engine.

You were a big reason I bought the Camry and I hope to keep it a long long time.
Anyway I just want to say thank you for your show and I will keep watching.
I appreciate your advice on the show and please keep it up!

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Looking forward to many years of trouble free driving. Knock on wood (hand hitting head). :)


Agreed, a smart man indeed. Scotty and I both are driving Toyotas, but they're 20+ years old ones! Mine's been a gem, a Camry model, only thing it's ever needed outside of regular maintenance items was strut mounts at 160K, and a section of exhaust pipe at 18 years of age (I live in an extreme rust belt area).



Smart man, taking my advie