VenSeattle

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About VenSeattle

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    Resident of Park Avenue
  • Birthday 10/23/1976

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    Bellevue, WA (Suburb of Seattle)

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  1. '14 Regal with 3800V6?

    Thank you! I'm regaining my sea legs. Plenty of new features and forum categories. I intend to stick around. I'm tired of my sabbatical. :-)
  2. Say goodbye to the Dodge Dart and Chrysler 200

    I never saw the 200 as anything special. It's not an appropriate sibling to the 300. They look like they're built by two completely different manufacturers. One is a generic jelly bean and the other is a brick. And for the price, you can get a well equipped 300 for the price of a well equipped 200. The lower trim levels of the 200 have this dull charcoal colored interior and matte finished plastic where the wood would be surrounding the instrument pod on the upper trim levels. It just looked low rent. I saw several 200s at AVIS, Hertz, and Enterprise. I can believe the dealers' argument that FCA were inflating sales numbers. For comparison, the current Regal is nicer than the 200 and it's about to be replaced.
  3. '14 Regal with 3800V6?

    Nope, the Impala was 3400 and 3900 by then. The last year of the 3800 was the 2008 Lucerne... that was the last North American vehicle to carry it. Impala dropped the 3800 after 2005. Nope, the Impala was 3400 and 3900 by then. The last year of the 3800 was the 2008 Lucerne... that was the last North American vehicle to carry it. Impala dropped the 3800 after 2005. That's the first thing I thought of. The 3800 has been out of production for years. It was also never offered in China AFAIK.
  4. 2016 Buick Cascada interior design video

    Never allow this person to present another product to the public, again. I think the "exclusive leather" comment was the pattern of the perforation of the leather. The comment he made about haven't been in the back seat yet threw my patience with his stammering over its limit. Overall, it's a very nice vehicle. Small market though. I like the folding rear seats, interior color choice, the quality of the execution and follow through. The buttons don't bother me much.
  5. 1990 Buick Riviera

    I am allowed to drive now that my epilepsy is under control through a prescription. I haven't returned to the working world yet. I've been volunteering with the American Cancer Society for the past 11 months. I think I'm ready to take on more responsibilities once again. We bought a 2nd car so I can return to work or take on more responsibilities in my volunteer role. The car we bought was a 1990 Buick Riviera. I've always loved this generation of the Riviera. If I'm going to drive a used vehicle, I better love the Damn thing to be able to live with it on a daily basis. My husband definitely catered to my preferences and we eventually got the car I wanted. I tracked her for several months as she was traded between multiple local dealerships. Every car I looked at otherwise just didn't seem to compare. She felt like the right choice. She is a one owner vehicle with just 86,000 miles on her. Body and interior are in excellent shape. She has been babied all of her life. I hope to continue in that role. Enjoy the pictures that the dealership took of her. I haven't had any decent weather to take personal pictures.