Using a Chevy Avalance and driving 3000
miles a month had me on a first name
basis with the gas attendant. When my
gas bill hit over $400.00 a month I
knew I had to do something. I started
by looking at the Toyota Prius but
found the local dealers a challenge to
deal with. Not only was the wait for a
Prius about 6 months they were not
willing to negotiate price or
configuration of the vehicles options.
That led me to the Honda Civic Hybrid.
It is easier to drive than the
complicated Prius. It was less
expensive to buy and in stock. Its an
easy car to own. It has plenty of
acceleration for big city
driving.Chevron misses me.
Taller volume knob on thestereo.
Passenger side arm rest.
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