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    #262  
    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas
    SCHWEET!!!

    What is that?
    It is called a S.M.A.R.T. car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
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    Do you use backspace to do that, or just highlight and delete?
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    #264  
    A combanation of all 3 is used. I first highlight, I then hit backspace, which in turn deletes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NRG
    A combanation of all 3 is used. I first highlight, I then hit backspace, which in turn deletes.
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    Claire... in 4X4 heaven
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    #267  
    Quote Originally Posted by Big_OTR_Fan
    Claire... in 4X4 heaven
    That is clay dirt and is going to be very hard to get off.
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    My car has never been that dirty
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    Quote Originally Posted by clairegrrl
    Doesnt appear to be very useful. No 4 wheel drive.
    Yeah, that's why I'm keeping my Forester. Although the smart has ESP (electronic stability program), supposed to monitor traction and adjust. We'll see. I'm still R'ingTFM so I'm not up on everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hsk
    Yeah, that's why I'm keeping my Forester. Although the smart has ESP (electronic stability program), supposed to monitor traction and adjust. We'll see. I'm still R'ingTFM so I'm not up on everything.
    How many American auto workers will lose their jobs because of this purchase??
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    He's from Canada why would he care ?
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    Depends on how high the price of gas goes, I think. It's supposed to get 3.6l/100k, ummm... I think about 58 m/g. It's great as long as you don't have to carry anything (the dog fits in the back but he hates it, doesn't mind being the passenger).

    For me it was an I only mostly drive in the city, by myself, and I don't want to wait 1yr+ and pay 32K Cnd to be environmentally responsible and get a hybrid. My Smart was 4 months' wait and 20K Cdn so I could justify it. It's not a hybrid (uses diesel, but I haven't filled up yet), so not as good but almost.
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    Want a hybrid to get to work, guzzler for pleasure.
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    #274  
    Quote Originally Posted by dlbrummels
    Want a hybrid to get to work, guzzler for pleasure.
    Yup, Claire's right, no room for a keg (not full-size, anyway). And can't tow squat, can't put a roof rack on, either.
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    Need room for the assault rifles too !
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    A nice Trek 5000 carbon fiber bike would get you around town in style
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    Rifle Rack ?
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    You get one of those scabbard things like you use on a horse

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlbrummels
    Need room for the assault rifles too !
    Naw, they're illegal in Canada, plus the dog does an adequate job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clairegrrl
    A nice Trek 5000 carbon fiber bike would get you around town in style
    Yeah, until the 9-1/2 months of winter hit, and you need to go to a meeting in business wear...
    What's it like in Boulder? Maybe 8 months of winter?

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