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stever
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Vehicle(s) that interest me
minivans, hatchbacks wagons, hybrids
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Vehicle(s) I currently own
2009 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT
  • Re: Ceiling car seat tether

    Drive what you like. B)
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  • Re: Ford Windstar Parts

    My '99 Quest had radio controls on the wheel (it was made by Ford at the time and used a lot of Ford interior bits). So there may be some out there. Can't imagine that it'd be an easy swap.

    Running boards and consoles? Try a mass market auto retailer, like JC Whitney. You may even find some switches you can glue on to the wheel that would let you keep using your original steering wheel and control the radio.
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  • Re: Sedan or SUV for long commute

    Kind of depends on whether you think gas prices are going to go back up or not. And hybrids tend to have lots of tech that some people really like fooling around with.

    But if you don't drive them forever, the depreciation may whack you. (Electric vehicles lose buzz - Detroit News)
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  • Re: Sedan or SUV for long commute

    Also, some suggests getting a hybrid, is it really worth it getting? I used to like Prius.
    Might be a good time to shop one. No one else is so negotiating could be easier. :)
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  • Re: Sedan or SUV for long commute

    Yeah this link for the 2015 CX-5 is incomplete. The 2014 True Cost to Own numbers shouldn't be too different though.

    My wife was rolling her eyes a bit as I zoomed around a roundabout on our test drive. Maybe let hubby drive first (you may want to stay in the showroom LOL).
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