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honda pilot

by tattimann / March 3, 2006 8:39 AM PST

hey does anybody have a honda pilot. Is the center console good looking. Are the seats comfortable, please reply

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Haven't you bought a car yet?
by Dan Filice / March 4, 2006 12:44 AM PST
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I didn't see a post from you in over a week so I thought you finally boke down and purchased a car. No such luck I guess. Happy

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Attn. Tattiman...
by John.Wilkinson / March 4, 2006 12:16 PM PST
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I've noticed that you've asked about over two dozen different automobiles, ranging from low-priced cars to luxury SUVs, over the past month. Most of the questions have been about how spacious they are, if they're comfortable, and how they look. Basically, nothing technical in nature, and really a matter of personal taste.

Given that, I'd suggest just going to the actual dealerships and take a look at the various automobiles for yourself. If you find some you are particular interested in, ask to take them for test drives. That's the best way of finding out if a particulat auto is for you, and an experience an online forum cannot give you, or even describe properly.

I'd also recommend clicking here to read reviews of the latest cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs on the market. There you'll find tons of information that should aid you in your decision.

If you'd still prefer asking questions about such in these forums, narrow down your possibile choices (at least to a a particular type, size, and style), and create a single post with the possibilities, asking for a comparison between them. In the post make sure you specify what is important to you. If you come up with other options, or have more comparison questions, post them in the same thread you already started instead of dragging the search out among a couple dozen threads. That way you'll receive more thorough responses from a more attentive audience.

Regards,
John

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