I'm surprised it's that low. At 5.7% interest rate (quoted from a CNBC column stating that's the average APR on new) over five years and nothing down, that's a $52,000 vehicle. Not overly impressive. Lots of people running around in vehicles in those vehicles these days.
When mine blew on my (work) cruiser, the vehicle still functioned. It stunk like exhaust was coming into the driver's area.
My personal vehicle hasn't blown yet, and Ford assures me the fluid doesn't get changed. I don't believe them, but that's what three dealerships have told me.
Yeah, the weekly trips to the grocery store are downright laughable. I like to think I have, now had, a pretty good idea what stuff costs. I don't even know any more. I'd say the grocery bill has gone up at least 30% over the last two years. We're not buying gold plated crackers either.
The service is great. I use a lot of it - sports, music, talk, finance, and news. I just have it on my calendar to call a couple of days before the term is over. I've renewed by text chat a few times recently and it's easy. I've never given them a cc.
I'll agree that the cs is horrible and...
I watched a video on the DLT and understand it from a safety issue, but not from an efficiency standpoint.
The DDT's are really efficient and I now recognize intersections that would benefit from them.
Roundabouts are also pretty efficient, but there's so many different designs that you...
I always wondered why the premium range is like that. E10 is mandated here and nearly all of the stations are 93. There is one particular brand that is 92. Then when you leave the mandate area, the Premium is E0 91. I've heard of 94, but I don't think I've ever seen it.