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Try Micheal Crichton's new novel, "State of Fear"Originally posted by Marye:
I would like another Subaru since I love my car, but I am trying to be a better citizen of the world, which isn't always easy, so I am leaning toward a Prius.
I'm sure History will bear me out and these posts will inspire much head scratching by historians...Originally posted by OperaTenor:
Hmm, to me it looks as though she still has one post to go....
GC, are you suffering from a case of premature congratulation?!!
Interesting... i wrote a letter to CD or CR some five years ago about their ratings. The thing is that if cars were rated today with the same criteria used in the 80s *all* automobiles made today in Japan, Germany, USA, and Korea would be five star (or whatever those black round dots signify).Originally posted by Selma in Sandy Eggo:
My best advice is to check the Consumer Digest book on this year's new cars, then test drive the ones that fit your operating criteria. One thing that makes a major difference in how well you like a car is the way the seat fits your back. For this, you gotta sit and drive the thing.
My forester has a hill-holder manual tranny.Originally posted by sadie lady:
I borrowed a car with a manual transmission the other day-hadn't driven one in 20 years. It was fun except starting in 1st gear on some steep hills...
MX=motocross. Those motorcycles that bump through the air like Evil Knievel on dirt or maybe its bump through the dirt like Evil Knievel in the air... like I used to do but am now too brittle... sigh.Originally posted by sadie lady:
Never heard of that feature. Sounds like something I should look for if I get a manual. And what is a Honda MX?
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