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Picking out a car for Albert


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I agree with your assessment, however, you keep suggesting cars that are 1.) way over the size limit. and 2.) some of the biggest maintenance nightmares around.

I sat in the Kazashi today.... it is a serious contender.

I never thought I'd see you consider an Asian car...but to me either this or the Juke would be Ideal. I know you don't like the styling on the Juke, but it is about as close to what you want as your going to get in some ways...

But given Pittsburgh, and show, and AWD, and fuel economy...The Suzuki is worth thinking about.

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We'd both like an Equinox, but equipped the way we want it is far too much money.

And what, are you so specific in your equipment that you can't find 90-95% of what you want on a dealer lot? Remember, September/October has the best deals as they try to clear new late-model inventory. That makes it a lot less money.

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We'd both like an Equinox, but equipped the way we want it is far too much money.

Too bad finances are an issue, as a CTS wagon would be just the ticket...

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