#15SecondsOfDrama Contest Winner Video

We at Cars.com hate drama when it comes to car shopping — but we loved it when it came to our #15SecondsOfDrama contest in which entrants shot drama-packed videos to compete for $35,000 toward a new car. Sherri from Western Arkansas best demonstrated her flair for the dramatic, earning a visit from Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays to help her select the best new car for her needs. Watch the video and see what she chose.

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By Matt Schmitz | July 29, 2014 | Comments (7)
Tags: Car Buying, Video

Comments 

Jeffrey

It was never explained why you only looked at vehicles around $22K, when she won $35K towards a new car.

JR

Was wondering about the same thing....

Ken L.

She chose a SONIC?!?! over the Civic and Soul??? Are they even in the same class? I thought the Sonic was the smallest of the three? Maybe the $35k prize includes tax, title, license and insurance, future repair bills, and a few years worth of gas?

J

She said she like the Soul's roominess, yet picked the subcompact Sonic sedan over the compact Civic...

Steve

The Sonic hatchback looks nice, but the Sonic sedan just looks cheap. I would have went with the Soul for the looks, warranty and interior space. Oh well...

tr4133

After paying federal and state income taxes on a $35,000 prize, you are probably only left with 70% or so of the total. May be somewhat more or less depending on her other income. Probably why she looked at cars in the $22,000 range.

Dawn s

Seems like a great choice. Enjoy that new car!

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