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I purchased a new 2006 Chrysler Pacifica/Limited in August, 2006. Asked for heated seats and my salesman said they did not come with my vehicle. Went online & found that heated seats are "standard equipment" for my car. Contacted my dealer and he said the "Limited" mark was put on my car by mistake. I intend to take this further, with Chrysler or my ...
I'm looking for a vehicle that seats 7 (with a 2-3-2 configuration), gets over 20mpg in the city, and costs less than $25K. Is there anything other than the Ford Freestyle that meets those criteria?
I am looking for an SUV that has an easy/fold to remove rear seat. I have two grandchildren, so I need seats that are child-friendly.
OK, I apologize, but I would like to get the Toyota commercial with the faces on the seats back so I can share it with my friends. How do I do that.
I currently own a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. Looking to but something under 25k, smaller (kids now gone)but 'sporty', like leather seats. Am being advised to buy Japanese for reliability - any suggestions?
I have a once in a lifetime opportunity and need direction. My ex-husband is buying me a new car(lucky me. ok, so I begged, pleaded, and said I would reveal some of his deepest darkest secrets to the world, but otherwisehe was ok with it.
I would like a small S.U.V., V6, good/great gas mileage, low maintenance, heated leather ...
I currently have a '99 Windstar SEL with 108K miles which I believe isn't worth continuing to repair. I have 2 LARGE dogs traveling with me so I need the space. I want to get a 2003 Sequoia with 57K but my husband is pushing for a 2004 Freestar SEL with 25K. I think the Sequoia is more reliable and safer but will cost me more for fuel. I must admit the ...