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    Re: 6800 bucks 84 mpg american made

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    Maybe I'm reading it wrong, but I thought there was a second seat behind the drivers seat where a passenger could ride. They talk about it when talking about the trunk space, and how you can put the "back seat" down to get more room for something like a golf bag.
    You're Right! They even squeezed a second seat into that thing.

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    Re: 6800 bucks 84 mpg american made

    For that cheap, I'd probably pick one up as a commuter vehicle. One or two seats is all the average worker needs, realistically, when only about 10 percent of people were carpooling in 2009. Americans' aversion to carpooling and public transportation stems from the same line of reasoning: it's not convenient, it forces us to interact with people, and it forces us to rely on people. If we can't cram more commuters into a car, we can at least design a car to carry fewer people.

    Still, it's ugly as sin. I thought the future was supposed to look good?

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    Re: 6800 bucks 84 mpg american made

    Quote Originally Posted by HolyBull View Post
    For that cheap, I'd probably pick one up as a commuter vehicle. One or two seats is all the average worker needs, realistically, when only about 10 percent of people were carpooling in 2009. Americans' aversion to carpooling and public transportation stems from the same line of reasoning: it's not convenient, it forces us to interact with people, and it forces us to rely on people. If we can't cram more commuters into a car, we can at least design a car to carry fewer people.

    Still, it's ugly as sin. I thought the future was supposed to look good?
    It certainly would be advantageous for commuting to work. And you could squeeze into those smaller parking spaces with greater ease but could a big man squeeze into the car? The design is different but I wouldn't call it ugly. I don't think there is anything uglier than the Nissan Cube. Looks like a toaster on wheels.

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    Re: 6800 bucks 84 mpg american made

    Quote Originally Posted by vesper View Post
    It certainly would be advantageous for commuting to work. And you could squeeze into those smaller parking spaces with greater ease but could a big man squeeze into the car? The design is different but I wouldn't call it ugly. I don't think there is anything uglier than the Nissan Cube. Looks like a toaster on wheels.
    I don't agree. I think the Pacer is the ugliest, but that's my opinion.

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