mandrews at ibiblio.org
Thu Jun 27 10:04:49 EDT 2002
That's if you don't consider clapping as you drive your new car out of the
dealership annoying. That ranks up there with a wait person sitting down at
my table to take my order, but I guess that is just the misanthrope in me ;)
On 6/27/02 9:51 AM, "David R. Matusiak" <matusiak at speakeasy.net> wrote:
> quick addendum:
> much like the "if you have to buy korean, go with hyundai," i would say "if
> *HAVE* to buy american, go with saturn." the best feature of the saturn is
> they are the only dealerships that train their sales people NOT to be
> dave ;)
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> On Thu, 27 Jun 2002, Wolfe, Joanna wrote:
>> Okay, I'll throw in something here.
>> I purchased a Saturn in 1992 - it was the easiest purchase I ever had.
>> I had no problems with the car until 2000 when it wouldn't pass inspection
>> due to a bad cylinder.
>> I got eight good years from that car - I loved my car - and retired it with
>> 168,000 miles.
>> When I bought my Honda CR-V I bought it using an online service and got it
>> for less than I was
>> quoted online. I really like my CR-V and am very pleased with it.
>> So I think that it is all dependent upon the car you purchase.
>> If the car is well made, you going to get a good car.
>> If the are isn't from a line reputed for reliability you won't.
>> The money you spend purchasing the car is nothing if you have to spend equal
>> amounts maintaining the car.
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