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AE is a far better made shoe than Gucci. If what you want are wide bit loafers, then I'd keep an eye on www.myhabit.com, which often gets Ferragamo shoes in EEE sizes. I wouldn't waste my $ on MTO shoes (these will probably be MTO, not MTM) from Gucci. Their stuff tends to be half-glued crap.
Sorry, I had two thoughts in the same sentence (that the wagon you saw was awesome and that my S60 was one of the only cars I saw not sliding all over the place today).I think I'd prefer the black version personally, but either of them are awesome.
True. But that assumes you don't have a situation where the bottom falls out of the market and there's an early payment penalty.
On the other hand, the cheapest money you can borrow is money you borrow from yourself. If you are disciplined enough, take the money out but repay it by putting an amount equal to the monthly payment plus some interest into your savings each month.
Well, given how you're looking at it, perhaps a lease of a new car, with as little money down as possible, would work if you can 1) get the payment below the lost income and 2) your work situation is one in which you can write off much of the monthly lease as a business expense and therefore can cut down on the lost income. To take your issue one level deeper, not only are you sacrificing the income + depreciation now, you're sacrificing the income indefinitely until you...
First one was a joke. As if to say you gave to look to minor parts commonality in vehicles to find common ground with the family. Just a little ironic humor for a snowy Sunday.Second was a short way of saying that people lump luxury models together, assuming them all to be some kind of superior vehicle, until they actually experience one and realize how crappy the amenities are.
Until they're riding in one, look for the power button for the passenger seat and are thinking "WTF?! Even my Kia has that...".
Well now wait a sec, is there no commonality between the Durango and GL since both were developed/redeveloped when Daimler Chrysler was one entity?
While that's absolutely true, to be fair, he's not talking about the entry level cars, which would be the A3/A4, C Class and 3 Series. He's talking about the middle range, which include the A6, E Class and 5 Series.And, while I think the new C is nice looking, the last two generations were, IMO, the best way to unequivocally share your status with the world; that status being your inability to afford an E Class.
Was it in electric blue, or a little more subtle? Volvo still makes some of the best sleepers around IMO. And it's one of the only sedans I'd take outside right now (I'm also in Chicago).Given your image concern, the only Japanese car that might do for you is Infiniti. Between Audi, BMW and Mercedes, I'd go strictly on reliability were I buying used.
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