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- 2011 Ford Explorer, 2005 VW Passat, 2000 Honda Odyssey
Over the weekend I spotted a 1972 or so Buick Electra 225 Convertible - baby blue over white vinyl.
One could park a Smart on the hood with room to spare.1 ·
Regarding dealer e-mails - look for the unsubscribe button.1 ·
It depends how high the truck has been raised.Are turn signals standard equipment on pickup trucks or are they optional? Sheesh!1 ·
Yes, it was sexist. And it was a joke as I noted. Trust me, I don't think women belong in the kitchen.
More interesting, the drivers were both women correct? If so, what were they doing with cars in the kitchen?
Robr2 runs and ducks after telling misogynist joke!!!
Ouch!!! A bit sexist? No, a lot sexist!
My wife has had one accident in all the time I've known her. In that same time, I've had at least 8. But as fezo will attest, they're never my fault.1 ·
I have to ask - was it also shared expenses?You need to get over your "I got screwed by a Neon" complex...
Every single manufacturer has gone through significant changes (for better or worse) since themid-90's when you owned your Neon. In fact, if things hadn't changed I'd be right there with you. My first car was a 1992 Chevrolet Beretta GT (bought brand new) which had a myriad of problems that concluded with the loeb of the camshaft (2nd from the top) completely wearing down at 61K miles. For years I swore off GM and Domestics in general. I'm sure I even vowed at one point (most likely on these boards) to never set foot in a D3 dealership again. Durability and reliability have increased tremendously across the board. Horsepower numbers are up (and so is weight). Significant weight loss seems to be the next trend. Each manufacturer does make a performance oriented car that given proper modifications will perform very well at the track. There are very few cars out there that are "no compromise."
The part that bugs me the most is that it wasn't even his car. It was his parents'. I figure his grandkids will be the ones to give up the grudge.
First of all, it was a shared car; meaning it wasn't just my Parents'. It was shared ownership. Second of all, have things more than name changes really changed? Neon = PT Cruiser = Caliber = Dart. Yes, lots of name changes, but have the head gaskets and AC compressors improved? Yes, they have more than 3 automatic gears now, but has reliability increased? They still sit at the bottom of any credible source on reliability.1 ·