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Old 04-13-2008, 03:38 AM   #11
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Yeah, we won't buy anything without trying everything out. BTW, you look taller in your picture. You must be proportioned well.

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Old 06-11-2008, 09:22 PM   #12
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I don't know how I missed this one except that we were on vacation during the time this ran. For the exact week this came out, we rented one of these from Avis, as the bigger version of the Cadillac was not available.

Here's my report. We drove 8 states in 10 days. Total of 3500+ miles in all. Cal/Nev/Ari/Ut/Id/Mon/Wy/Col.
Were we uncomfortable in this car? Not at all.
Very comfortable infact.
Was it good in gas. Very good in gas.
It was big enough for the two of us and even for when we returned and I put two of the grands in their car seats in the back seat for me to take them to the store, it was more than ample.
I think they're beautiful.
I like their styling.
I considered one before buying this.
I really did as every time I've seen one, I love their front grill, looks like a giant smile to me. Really pretty lines, got the upgraded version of the one we rented which was nice too.
My honest comment is, after buying a Dodge Chrysler and owning a Daimler Chrysler product, buying their extended very expensive warranty, and them not living up to their end, I told my husband that is reason enough for me not to buy it. They may have fixed their customer NO service over the years since I bought my favorite gorgeous car, but every time I had to take it in, it was like pulling decayed teeth to get any help. So,that being said, with them and their company I am done.
To me, it all comes down to customer service, not customer NO service.
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Old 06-12-2008, 01:56 AM   #13
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Thanks! I hope they have improved their customer service because we bought one May 30th. We went with a year old one. http://www.discusscooking.com/forums...ing-46746.html

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