In terms of durability, laminate for sure. A guitar with a laminate top will not be subject to having cracks in the top due to low humidity and will generally be more robust.
With that said, I had an inexpensive all laminate guitar with thick poly finish that I left in a car on a hot summer day causing the bridge to bow and partially lift... a few minutes longer and it probably would have ripped off completely. Lesson learned. A guitar being laminate or overbuilt does not make it indestructible. I wouldn't leave any guitar, no matter how cheap, in a parked car when there are extreme hot temperatures outside. Remember that when you tune a guitar up to pitch, there is 80-100 lbs of tension pulling on the soundboard... couple that with high heat and you are asking for disaster. Cold temps shouldn't be an issue.
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