Ain't so simple! What clocker said.I think VW just needed to spend $80/car on a urea filter.
8)In addition to mpg ratings, the EPA issued a certificate of conformity stating the agency has no issues or concerns about the emissions systems in the Chevrolet Colorado diesel, pictured, and the GMC Canyon diesel.
I see some value in the Diesel for a work truck or towing trailers, etc., but why would anyone in North America want the Diesel in an ordinary transportation vehicle?Yes, but the public has to show up and buy them instead of thinking diesel is a dirty word. Hopefully they will.
A full-sized sedan with hybrid power can achieve ~40/40 mpg, so I'm not seeing the Diesel as that attractive.Fuel economy
No, this is for a personal car that I want to replace. Somehow I could not find the title after one of my relocations. I'm not stating the color again, but you would not be surprised.I suppose it's a fleet vehicle paid by your company, in order to look as anonymous as possible. Is it gray or beige or is that too much details to provide?
Yeah that makes sense. I think car dealers are trying to sell us on the LED headlights being the best thing ever and I don't buy it.Really good article on this topic:
It's pretty simple. Tell the salesperson you want to buy a car. You tell them the features and options. When they don't have one with the features you want on the lot they can check inventory around the country. If they can't get a car like you want, they will order it. They may try to get you to pay full MSRP when you order. Don't fall for that.It's starting to look like I will need a special border. Back in the 60s and 70s it was common place, but I have no experience. What do you do?
Thanks. I definitely don't want to pay much more since the option is technically a credit, though I'm not doing it to save money.It's pretty simple. Tell the salesperson you want to buy a car. You tell them the features and options. When they don't have one with the features you want on the lot they can check inventory around the country. If they can't get a car like you want, they will order it. They may try to get you to pay full MSRP when you order. Don't fall for that.
Do you mean at work? The vehicle is for personal use, and so are the e-mail and phone of course.I've just made it very hard to get a hold of me. My mail is sorted and only bills make it to my desk. I have a work phone number, but the receptionist screens all calls and uses her discretion to dump most to a voicemail that I never check. My cell phone only rings if the caller is in my contacts. My e-mail has very effective SPAM filters (thanks Google!) and many custom rules on top of that. Sales and marketing e-mails that do make it through are archived and never responded to, even if I want the product (I'll contact the company directly if a need a sales rep).