"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit."
whoa a major step backwards
'07 Subaru Forester 2.5X 5MT. Bought new. 197k miles. '05 Dodge Durango Limited Hemi AWD. Mom bought new. 102k miles. '74 Buick LeSabre Luxus convertible. 455-4/7.5L. '89 Buick Reatta. 3800 SII L67/F40 six speed swap to be completed someday. Wife's: '07 Subaru Forester XT. World Rally Blue Mica.
'87 BMW K75c. '87 Kawasaki 650SX. '85 Bayliner Capri 1952. '71 Chris Craft Coho 33'. '70? Amphicat 6x6 AATV.
So... It has a big speaker on the front?
I remain wholly uninterested. Why would I get a ForTwo over, say, an Adam?
Hopefully they have a new automatic transmission going into the new vehicle. The current transmission is the worst aspect of the vehicle.
Research is what I am doing when I don't know what I am doing.
Not loving either. I like the Smart (aside from the previously-mentioned awful transmission), and find it, umm, smart, for city use, but the new looks aren't an improvement.
The 4-door will be clobbered by its much more cohesive and attractive platform-mate, the Renault Twingo.
I'd rather have a Twingo
VH Commodore Vacationer 253 V8; AH Astra CDX 1.8; VF Calais 3.6V6
plus U12 Nissan Pintara SuperHatch.
69 HT Kingswood 186; 75 HJ Premier 202; 77 TC Gemini; 85 JD Camira SL/E 1.8i; CG06 Captiva LX 3.2V6, CG09 Captiva LX 3.2V6, 2012 VEII Commodore SV6 3.6sidi.
Keep Holden On.
St George Illawarra, Ibanez AEB10E-BK, Feider PBass, Challenger Bass
The new ones are considerably bigger though. Especially the height (61"), pretty unusual for this type of car, will appeal to the elderly. It makes for easy boarding. Together with the Smart cars' limited length, old people will be harmless when backing out from a parking place. I smell sales in the State of Florida.
85 cars since 1975....
Good night and good luck.
Ohhhh bay-bayyyy!! I am a-headin' right down to the Smart Store!! Gotta have!!!
2017 Soul &, Titanium
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