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Yea mine came with them from the dealer. I think it is a part of the rallye edition. I also got power sunroof, touch screen radio, heated leather seats, etc etc. Heres an actual picture of mine

Okay. My Dad bought this car in 1974 for $375. He drove it as his daily driver for years and I grew up riding around in this. He spent ten years restoring it himself but then never really drove it

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We are taking delivery of a 2007 Chrysler Aspen today to replace the 2004 Dodge Durango my wife drives. It's basically a more pimped out version of the Durango.

o o o my cousin drives one of those, its amazing, comfortable and it doesnt hurt your ass when you drive for awhile. And it comes with a DVD player . Very stylish. I also got to drive it. That was my first time driving because im not legally aloud to drive, but to me the steering was very nice. The gas pedal is pretty touchy though.
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I drive a gem of a car. 91' Toyota Camry, some may call it a beater but I spend less in repairs than all my friends that drive 2005 Accords. With almost 400,000 KM's on it i'll probably just drive it into the ground and save myself the trouble.
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We are taking delivery of a 2007 Chrysler Aspen today to replace the 2004 Dodge Durango my wife drives. It's basically a more pimped out version of the Durango.

Didn't they give one of those out on the Big Break VI? Looked pretty niiice.

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Didn't they give one of those out on the Big Break VI? Looked pretty niiice.

I had forgotten that. The Aspen is a great truck. It rides much better than the Durango, which was very nice as well. It is more of a luxury ride. It is Chrysler's answer to the Escalade and Navigator. The difference is that loaded, those are up arround $60k while a loaded Aspen will be under $50k.

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I drive a gem of a car. 91' Toyota Camry, some may call it a beater but I spend less in repairs than all my friends that drive 2005 Accords. With almost 400,000 KM's on it i'll probably just drive it into the ground and save myself the trouble.

y spend money on a new car when you could just buy more clubs?

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I drive a gem of a car. 91' Toyota Camry, some may call it a beater but I spend less in repairs than all my friends that drive 2005 Accords. With almost 400,000 KM's on it i'll probably just drive it into the ground and save myself the trouble.

Your car is clearly a diamond in the rough, but why are your friends having to spend money on a 2005 Accord repair, when that car should still be well under warranty?

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sweet sweet car. Did I mention sweet? Very stealth. Looks like a sporty sedan, but has the ability to entertain and blow you away!

Yeah. It's a total sleeper.

I love to look on people's faces when they see a "Cavalier" blow their doors off.
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Ooooh, let's see!

Okay.

My Dad bought this car in 1974 for $375. He drove it as his daily driver for years and I grew up riding around in this. He spent ten years restoring it himself but then never really drove it much. Two years ago he decided I would "get more use out of it" and gave it to me.
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2007 Hyundai Azera Limited in Silver.

If you like the Azera, Hyundai is coming out with a luxury line (relatively speaking and also a copy of TOYOTA) called the Genesis. It's supposed to have a V8 with at least 300 horsies. I wouldn't call it the ultimate driving machine in any way, but I think it will make the same analogy as a comparo between the X5 and the Vera Cruz, which stated that as a driver's car the X5 is untouchable, but value and comfort wise the Vera Crux wasn't bad at all. Hyundai owns Kia and the is looking to segment its market:

TOYOTA : Kia = Lexus : Hyundai. I am in no way a fan of Hyundai ( I thin they still have a bit of a ways to go and out of the 8 cars I have owned, only 1 has been a Hyundai) but they are looking to differentiate and upgrade from the compact/value car market - we will see this philosophies manifest itself in the next generation of cars.
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Okay.

OMG that is gorgeous. Which engine /power output does it have? Heck, it doesn't matter. I love when people actually drive their cars and not store them up at home drying out the gaskets and turning them into rat dens. *GASP* GORGEOUS!

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