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@Knuck, we looked at the RX before we bought the CRV.  Even used it was more up front than the CRV new and didn't have the cargo space of the CRV.  Plus the one we drove didn't overly impress me.  Now... I can say that your old Lexus that I drove was incredible.  That was live driving on butter.  So smooth and easy.  I think we'll have the CRV for a while and I'm obviously keeping my car for a long time.  So I will see what's happening in maybe another 8-10 years.
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Yeah I don't mod the Lexus much, but that winch might be the thing... Obes outta do that too.  Rad.
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Here is my wife's Jeep. We keep making modifications. Makes gift ideas very easy :D

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bgwpp13lqrF/
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My wife has a 2013 Wrangler - 68.7

http://dashboard-light.com/vehicles/Jeep_Wrangler.html



Huh, id heard jeeps are incredibly unreliable. I have a new outback and this site seems to rate subaru extremely low, which also suprises me.

Found an old thread about a Jeep a once owned. I think I took it to about 200K miles without any issues. It was an awesome vehicle. But looking back mph in cars sure has improved. My V8 5.7 Ram gets the same mileage now :o
People often bitch about American cars and how shitty they are - I, for one, am very please with my work vehicle: a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee v6. I am about 50 miles away from hitting 140K! I got the car, In May of 2009 with just over 40K on it, and since then the only things I needed to do with it are brakes (twice), tires (twice), waterpump, and soldering some cables in the boot of the driver's side door. As it ages it gets better on consumption as well - and I have record from my fleet card to prove it. When I got it it averaged around 17MPG, now I am at just over 20! Yes, I do a bit more highway driving these days, but I still think this is an amazing change. Similar thing happened when I owned a Hyundai Elantra way back when.

So, how many miles are on your vehicles?

Also, my wife's 2013 Wrangler (only 45K miles) is doing well and has zero issues so far.
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Photography/Video/Movies & TV / Re: House of Cards Season 2
« Last post by micah on June 23, 2018, 06:22:46 PM »
season 1 one awesome.  season 2 pretty good. season 3 I trailed off watching towards the end, I think I actually fell alseep during the finale. I gave up and stopped watching after that.
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Photography/Video/Movies & TV / Re: The x files
« Last post by ethic on June 23, 2018, 04:15:31 PM »
Anybody keep up on this? Haven't checked out  the new season
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Photography/Video/Movies & TV / Re: House of Cards Season 2
« Last post by ethic on June 23, 2018, 04:14:19 PM »
Excited for next season. Claire was way more interesting than Frankophile
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Photography/Video/Movies & TV / Re: Walking Dead
« Last post by ethic on June 23, 2018, 04:13:01 PM »
I still watch. Maggie and Rick are leaving next season so after they go I'm out too
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I gave my car away in 2006. Can't imagine owning one again. Maybe a van so I also have a house
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2005 Volkswagen Jetta - 0.0
2015 Mazda5 - Insufficient Data (overall average 34.2)

Gulp!

Overall the Jetta hasn't been too bad. Several medium-sized repairs over the 185k miles we've driven it but that's it. The Mazda hasn't had any issues.

In sum, I'd say real forums are definitely back in style.
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