I find myself coming up with excuses to
drive now or always offering to drive
when a group goes out. I went from a
Toyota Tacoma 4x4 to this amazing Scion
because I am starting graduate school.
I still feel like I pulled off a "fast
one" getting all of the standard
features (power locks & windows, AC,
killer stereo, ABS, etc) for under
$13,000 while getting close to $17,000
for my truck. Less monthly payments,
less insurance, less gas expences.
Ability to accelerate (I have the
manual) up to 65 mph entering the
freeway quickly. The look. Seats 4
Cup holder a tad larger next time
please. The reset button for the
odometer are too "FAR" away. That is
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