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FCS

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I thought you Texans adore SUVs?
 

Steve B.

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And a great reason why Americans stay dependent on oil, and invade Iraq to get it, and...oops- sounding like Michael Moore here. But they sure are comfortable.
 

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I agree with your assessment, Steve. There are tax incentives for self-employed persons to purchase SUVs. It used to be that an "truck" (an SUV is "technically" a truck) weighing at least 6000 lbs could be depreciated over six years. This was in response to many people purchasing luxury cars every couple of years and writing them off. Now SUVs weighing at least 6000 lbs can be depreciated in just one year. In fact, Land Rover dealerships have a pamphlet detailing this, trying to lure customers into buying the Discovery or $70,000+ Range Rover. Cars in general, especially luxury cars, take a very long time to depreciate. There have also been incentives (e.g. subsidies) to purchase environmentally-friendly hybrid cars.
 

faustian bargain

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we can find controversy anywhere we like, can't we?

it's just a car, guys. no reason to get political. chill out.

it's kindof rude to crap on a guy's thread when all he's doing is trying to sell his car. (admittedly it's in a clothing forum, but he was upfront about that.) if you don't want it, don't buy it.

/andrew - already has an SUV, thanks.
 

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It was a good-natured discussion, not a bunch of vicious remarks back and forth. Â We didn't "crap on" his thread. Â No s*it - if I wanted to buy it I would've messaged him by now. I did not pull politics into the mix. Â I don't care about politics in general.
Has Banks been banned?
 

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