- 30 city / 34 highway MPG
- It's a foot and a half shorter than my mom's Corolla for easy parking.
- I can sit up straight without being in danger of hitting my head on the ceiling, which is rare in cars this size.
- There is enough room to comfortably take three people backpacking, and you could probably uncomfortably take four.
- The visibility in the car is fantastic. The view from the driver's seat is virtually unobstructed in every direction, and you can see all four corners of the car which comes in handy for parking. The front windshield is panoramic.
- The back seats are the most comfortable I've ever sat in, and are actually usable when I'm driving which is also rare in cars this size.
- An auxiliary audio input comes standard in the form of an 8th inch audio jack under the parking brake, so no matter what you use to play music you can pipe it directly through the car speakers with nothing more than a cord.
Tuesday, July 04, 2006
I spent my last weekend living on this side of the country in Pittsburgh visiting Lauren. We saw Water (which I highly recommend,) explored Frick Park, painted pottery for eachother, hung out with Ashleigh, visited Lauren's Uncle for a 4th of July party, and met up with Jules (former Soundbytes director) who happened to be in town for the weekend. Good times all around. Awwwwww. :) Soundbytes director lovin' Ashleigh's makes-me-oh-so-jealous apartment. Lauren, pretty in Oriental Express.
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