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Hmmm...I wonder...

Thinking about my potential Saturn and the "seats five if they're REALLY friendly" back seat, I'm wondering--over the history of the American automobile, is there any increase in the American birth rate comensurate with the size of the back seat of the current model cars?

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sdocat
Nov. 23rd, 2004 01:02 am (UTC)
NOO! Not a Saturn. dude, don't. I have several friends who have Saturns. They're cheeply built (Friend of mine paid 20K for one which to me was EXTREMELY ill equiped for a 20K dollar car.) And maintinance prone. I've seen them things reach entropy far quicker than your current car. And with your touch.. man, it'll turn to dust before the first payment! Have you thought about some of the new wagon-ish vehicles like the Toyota Matrix or the Pontiac Vibe? These have alot of seating, good trunk space, and can seat multiple people without them being the size of fennecs..
spottylogic
Nov. 23rd, 2004 01:27 pm (UTC)
I've heard the opposite about them--that if you keep doing the oil change routine they last forever. Though there is my entropy thing (probably see number one, related to regular oil changes.) I suppose I should mention that we're talking about a $1,000 car, here, with 70,000 miles on it. I'm not getting a new car, here. At a thousand bucks, this is a relatively guilt-free purchase, if I can limp along for two years I can maybe get something else.
baktre
Nov. 23rd, 2004 02:30 pm (UTC)
I'm a-guessin' that Texas Rangers don't cotton to RE-search. :)
spottylogic
Nov. 24th, 2004 05:33 am (UTC)
They're okay with research, as long as you cite only one male and one female source. :)
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