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Old 11-16-2009, 05:46 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by paz View Post
The Chevy Equinox appears to be a similar vehicle. Maybe more of them are available and you can get an Equinox without the extra charge.
We looked at the Equinox at the GM Test Track at WDW last week. While it shares the same platform as the Terrain, rear side visibility is an issue to us because of the upswept rear windows on the Equinox. Both the Chevy dealer and the GMC dealer in our area say they can't keep either model on the lot and seem to be getting cocky and pricing accordingly. We are now looking at other brands and are in no hurry to buy.

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Being in no hurry to buy is the only way to buy. After months of not buying and of being *@!#over by dealers with over inflated egos asking nothing more than a privilege tax. I found one willing to work with me and I even felt good about the deal afterwords. I now have a 2010 Prius

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