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That's a very interesting question. I assume you do not live in the "rust belt". If not, an SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) might be a good choice. Plenty of room for people and "stuff". Generally more rugged suspension and engine components. Will not go "out of style".

Actually, sounds a lot like my 1989 GMC Jimmy. I call it the "Refrigerator". It looks like one, is the same color, and has been just as reliable. Over 100K miles and still going strong. Mileage has been very good, maintenence very reasonable, and parts will be available forever.

Yup, a SUV would be my choice, and is!

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