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Old 03-18-2008, 07:46 PM   #1
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Looked at them up close and sat in one, they are very large inside, I had to move the seat up to reach the steering wheel. They are flat towable and only weigh 1800#'s. I signed up for a test drive in one to make sure it will do what we want. It will take 6-10 months to get one and my deposit is refundable at ant time.

We'll see.
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Looked at them up close and sat in one, they are very large inside, I had to move the seat up to reach the steering wheel. They are flat towable and only weigh 1800#'s. I signed up for a test drive in one to make sure it will do what we want. It will take 6-10 months to get one and my deposit is refundable at ant time.

We'll see.
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Old 03-19-2008, 06:26 AM   #3
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Awesome!

Please keep us all posted on your progress.
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Two people who work in the same office building I do have them (one for about a month and one for about a week) and they both love them...
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Old 03-19-2008, 07:44 PM   #5
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We've had ours for about 4 weeks now and it is a great car! We'll be putting a tow bar on it this summer sometime but in the meantime it's my commuter car and I love it. It's got 800 miles on it now and I'm getting about 38 mpg out of it in combined city and highway driving.

If you're anxious to get one go by the dealer and have your name put on the "orphan" list. That's how we got ours - I put in my reservation last year, and then when our local dealer opened I had my name put on their list. A it turned out a reservation holder decided to turn down their car, which was exactly what we wanted, and the dealer called us to offer it to us. We took it home that week.
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Thanks, maybe I'll do that after our test drive.
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