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Help me decide on a new vehicle

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by bigbadbuff, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. LabelKing

    LabelKing Well-Known Member

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    How much does a premium fill-up with a Scion cost?
     
  2. dirk diggler

    dirk diggler Well-Known Member

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    sorry to hear we could not make a sale to you on the Yukon.
     
  3. matadorpoeta

    matadorpoeta Well-Known Member

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    After MUCH debate, countless test drives, overnighting vehicles, and crunching data... we've settled on the RX350.
    BOOOOOO! our 5 page thread on alfa romeo didn't convince you? seriously, i don't know why a young couple in their 20s, without kids, feels the need to have a 4 door car, let alone an suv.
     
  4. bigbadbuff

    bigbadbuff Well-Known Member

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    sorry to hear we could not make a sale to you on the Yukon.

    I felt like I was letting you down personally! Sorry, I really appreciate the help you gave me though.

    As for matador's comment- did my explanation as to why the Lexus won not answer your question? We included sedans from the start, for one reason or another they all had negatives significant enough for us to cross them off.

    If it makes you feel better, you can think whatever you like- but the truth is we looked at a HUGE variety of vehicles and the Lexus was left standing in the end. I would assume most people decide on 'their' vehicle in the exact same way...
     
  5. odoreater

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    BOOOOOO!

    our 5 page thread on alfa romeo didn't convince you?

    seriously, i don't know why a young couple in their 20s, without kids, feels the need to have a 4 door car, let alone an suv.


    I'm 25 and I drive an SUV because I'm 6'2" and don't fit in compact cars comfortably.
     
  6. dirk diggler

    dirk diggler Well-Known Member

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    I felt like I was letting you down personally! Sorry, I really appreciate the help you gave me though.

    As for matador's comment- did my explanation as to why the Lexus won not answer your question? We included sedans from the start, for one reason or another they all had negatives significant enough for us to cross them off.

    If it makes you feel better, you can think whatever you like- but the truth is we looked at a HUGE variety of vehicles and the Lexus was left standing in the end. I would assume most people decide on 'their' vehicle in the exact same way...


    no problem - glad we were in the running.
     
  7. matadorpoeta

    matadorpoeta Well-Known Member

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    I'm 25 and I drive an SUV because I'm 6'2" and don't fit in compact cars comfortably.
    so get a bigger car. if you want to drive an suv, drive one, but don't use your height as an excuse.
     

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