: How long have you been a Honda owner/fan?
07-19-2005, 10:48 PM
Is this your first Honda? Have you been a Honda owner for long? Have you been a Honda fan for long? Have you been waiting for a Honda truck?
Honda made the R-L for people like me. I'm a Honda diehard and needed/wanted a truck. Before the R-L came out, I was shopping for an F250. But that was really way too much truck and well it wasn't a Honda.
My first honda was a 1992 Civic LX 4 door automatic. It was slow and had 92hp... but it was indestructable. I literally tried to break it so I could have a reason for a new car. I sold it with over 150,000 miles on the civic.
My next Honda was a 1991 Rio Red CRX Si. I LOVED that CRX... it was my weekend racer. At this point I had a '98 Maxima as well. (I really don't like the maxima, so I gave it to my father, he's driving it now).
I then bought a '98 Integra GS-R sedan.
Then came the 2001 Spa Yellow S2000.
I sold the CRX and got engaged.
And now I am looking to replace my Mazda3 with the R-L.
My Wife drives an '02 RSX-S.
Oh and my riding mower is powered by a Honda as well.
Yes I am a regular Honda nut. :)
07-19-2005, 10:56 PM
Our family's first honda was a 1991 Accord EX Sedan. I inherited that car in 2001... the 2003 Element EX 4WD I have now is my 2nd Honda, hopefully a 2007 Ridgeline will be my 3rd! But before then I'm probably going to buy a little Honda Metropolitan II 50cc scooter to have fun with!
07-19-2005, 11:47 PM
Well my first new car was a base, and I mean base, 89 Civic Hatchback. It had a four speed manual transmission and no radio. Ran that wee beasty for 10 years before I sold it with 110,000 hard Alaska miles on it. I still see it running around town 16 years later.
Also have a 95 del Sol with 20K on the clock that spends it's winters in the garage, save it for the sunny hot days. Not too many of those hence the low mileage.
Now the RL, which replaced my 97 Ford F-250 diesel. Oh yeah also 2 Honda gen sets, guess I am a Honda geek!
07-19-2005, 11:54 PM
Im a real honda nut.
1993 del sol
1987 prelude si
1995 prelude Vtec
1995 passport ex
1996 passport ex
1998 accord ex
2001 cl type s
1988 civic dx (beater car)
2002rsx type s
2003 element ex
2006 RIDGELINE RTL S/R
that about covers my honda addiction. The guys at work rag on me everyday about Honda. I work at Harley Davidson as a painter. They just dont understand the Honda thing. :D
07-20-2005, 12:31 AM
Honda lawnmower, bought about 20 years ago. It was a great mower and a very sad day when DH ran over a huge hunk of steel and bent the shaft.
Quiet Honda 2000 generator, bought three years ago when we bought our tent trailer. It allowed us to keep our outdoors lifestyle after hubby got DXd with sleep apnea and has to use a c-pap machine at night.
Now, out of the blue we caught the bug to buy a new truck coming up on three months ago. It is the most awesome vehicle we've ever owned. We love it! Everyone we talked to before it arrived with Honda ownership experience assured us that we could not go wrong with a Honda. Now we understand the devotion to that company.
First Honda was an 83 Accord hatchback. It had tons of power for the size. The thing ran forever. Unfortunately, the engine outlasted the body panels!!Then we decided our family needed a truck and I stated, "If Honda made a truck, I'd buy it.” That's when I went to the dark side :eek: (Toyota 4x4) for 11 years. Wife had an early 90's Honda Accord 4 door. Traded that in 2000 for a new Odyssey. NOW that Honda makes a truck...here I am!!
I almost forgot...we have 3 Honda's in our garage. Add a 20hp Honda lawn tractor with 48" mover deck!!
07-20-2005, 04:53 AM
1986 Honda Accord - kept it till 2000. Great car that still looked good when I sold it. The Honda generator in my garage is just amazingly quiet and works like a champ. Now the Ridgeline - love it!
07-20-2005, 05:12 AM
Four years ago, I was only aware of the Honda motor cycles. Now I have a Honda mower, a CRV and now the RL. I don't think I will own another brand in my llifetime. I really am proud to drive a RIDGELINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
07-20-2005, 05:37 AM
1973? Honda 250 Elsinore (used) - Not sure about the year and spelling. Silver aluminum gas tank and white fenders.
1977 Honda Accord Red (new)
Funny story about this one. It was red, 5 speed, hatchback. I was a drag racer before buying this car. Had a few 1/8 mile cars I ran at the local strip. One night at the track I was challenged by a couple of guys and their modified pinto. It had a header, an aftermarket intake and carb. They thought this thing was the greatest thing since cornflakes. I had a pretty good idea that I could hang with them because my Accord seemed to be pretty quick. So we lined up in the staging lane. I was asked to remove the beauty rings and center caps and I did. Everyone laughed at the front tires spinning in the box. Yellow, yellow, yellow, Green - :cool: - I won by a quarter of the track and never even saw the pinto. I don't remember the time or speed I ran its been so long ago. They claimed the pinto wasn't quite tuned right and wanted a rematch. I agreed and after about 8 guys tweeked that pinto we lined up again. I won by the same amount. After that I had a crowd around my car asking questions & wanting to know what I had done the car. What could I say but, "nothing its stock". This was the car that Honda first won me over with.
1977 Honda 125 dirt bike.
1984 Honda Civic 4 door Silver (used)
1992 Honda Accord EX Coupe Capachino (new)
1993 Honda Accord EX 4 door Black (new)
2001 Acura CL-S Red (new)
2001 Honda CR-V SE Gold (used)
2006 Honda Ridgeline RTL-NAV Green
2007 Acura RD-X (for the spouse - mabye!)
07-20-2005, 05:57 AM
Never had or even really looked at a Honda before. Mostly drove GM pickups or SUVs, but last had a Dodge Durango. Four years ago I met a girl who drove a 6 year old Accord LX (4 cyl./standard transmission) with 100,000 miles. What a quality and fun car to drive. I was impressed! So impressed she is now my wife ;) .
We upgraded to a loaded V6 Accord EX Coupe. Much faster, funner, and luxurious quality :D . Now I'm really impressed and on my way to becoming a Honda Fan.
Last January we had the Accord in for it's first service. I was looking around the showroom when a vulturous sales guy comes over to high presure sell me. I figure I'll mess with him and shut him down fast by asking to see a pickup truck. Care to guess what happened next? I never knew what hit me!
He obviously didn't have any yet, but he gave me one of the brochures that had just come in. I didn't buy my RL there because all he had coming in first were RTLs and I'm not crazy about leather. I ended up going to a different dealer who had an initial standing order for an RTS I wanted. I bought it sight-unseen before it arrived and it was the first Ridgeline they ever delivered on 3/12. The only problem mine has had is the leak. The dealer got me in quickly and was all over the problem. They gave me a loaner and replaced the whole carpet after the fix, without me asking, because they thought it smelled a little musty. Trouble free, dry, and like new since.
Next mower will be a Honda and my next boat will have a Honda 4-stroke outboard. I discovered the US Coast Guard uses Honda Outboards on thier rescue boats. This is a HUGE endorsment, that the US Government buys a "foreign" product for the Defense Department. Normally, unheard of!
Yea, I'm a Honda Fan now.
07-20-2005, 06:09 AM
Yikes! I conceede to BHRidgelineRTLSR! Who can top that list?
1968? CB350 (what was the dual sport model with the high pipes on the left side?)
1974 CB450 (sold it to a friend two years ago, would buy it back if I could. It still runs and looks like new.)
2000 Civic Si
2002 Accord V6
2002 Element (Daughter #2 drives it)
2006 Ridgeline RTL-Navi
200x Oddyssey - to be purchased next month (our oldest daughter just had her third child - which makes my wife a grandmother for the 4th time, because even though I am older I am too young to be a grandfather ;) )
07-20-2005, 07:01 AM
I was never a Honda fan until recently. My wife pushed me in this direction. I used to own German cars. If I drove a car today, it still would be German.
My first Honda was a 1967 CT-90 that I got for free from a fellow Harley owner. He lost his garage space and wanted it to go to a good home. I have some nice easy dirt trails behind my house and I used to have a blast bombing through them. The rings were shot, so it left this awesome blue mosquito-killing smoke trail behind it. I finally had to get rid of it so I gave it to someone in town who was going to use it for a parts bike. If I would have stripped it and sold off the parts it would have netted a lot of cash, but one good turn deserves another.
Our second Honda was the 2003 Pilot, a first year model, replacing my wife's Ford Windstar. Once she test drove it, the decision was made. It's been flawless so far in 56K miles.
I am in the fourth month with my Ridgeline. It hasn't been flawless, but the problems have been minor. I'll get them all fixed when I go back to the dealer.
I also own a Honda powered pressure washer. My genset is powered by a Briggs Vanguard. Both are great engines.
07-20-2005, 07:52 AM
I'm a newbie. :rolleyes:
I never even considered a "fern" car until September of 2004 when I first laid eyes on the Ridgeline. I was an American and Daddy always said be proud of that so I gave into to 'Buy American" lock, stock and barrel. I'm still proud of that but I figure most of my Honda if not all was made here or just North of me across the pond, and my Dad is from Canada so why not. It helped that I worked for Honda other wise I am sure that interest would never have peaked.
Being a Service Manager then a Customer Relations Director for Honda/Dealership taught me the value and love people hold in their Hondas. Not to mention the countless Hondas that came through our Service Department for service that were from the early 80's and 200K plus miles on them and these people spent the money to fix them. That said everything to me.
So now...I still have my 2001 Sunfire in the driveway that has not moved since March 2, Todd drives his Ford Exploder faithfully, but I am a diehard
07-20-2005, 08:03 AM
Todd needs to go Pilot shopping. I'll try and convince him of that on Saturday. :)
07-20-2005, 08:15 AM
1988 cr-x(the best), 279,000 miles and still going strong, 2001 cr-v, and a 2004 element which i traded back for the ridgeline(also the best)....and my mechanic only services honda & acura which gives me peace of mind....
07-20-2005, 08:30 AM
Todd needs to go Pilot shopping. I'll try and convince him of that on Saturday. :)
Good luck. He's a devoted Ford man. :rolleyes:
Personally, I would be alright with being a 2 Ridgeline Family. :D
07-20-2005, 08:50 AM
My first Honda was my Trail 70 minibike, in Junior High. Then a Honda Street 175 (forgot the model number). In 1983, traded in that piece of s*** Cavalier for a Honda Civic Wagon, you know the one that, at the time, looked like a shuttle from Star Trek. Everyone called it Tron. No options whatsoever, but I loved that car. Next it was a silver 1987 CRX-Si, which I traded in that piece of s*** Ford Taurus (hey, no one can ever say I didn't try to "buy American") Now that car was an absolute blast to drive. Wish I still had it! Then there was my 1997 Accord LX V-6, which I traded in piece of s***, Chrysler Cirrus LX V-6 (notice a pattern here???) Traded the Accord in on a Lexus RX-300 (disappointment, but definitely not a piece of s*** car). Which brings me to my Ridgeline RTL. What a piece of engineering!
Plus the Honda mower, the honda powered pressure sprayer, etc, etc.
Resistance is futile...
07-20-2005, 09:47 AM
I also forgot to mention my rottweiler is named Mugen.
07-20-2005, 09:48 AM
Started with 1985 Honda CRX --
traded in for 1988 Honda Accord Coupe --
traded in for 1992 Suzuki Sidekick (two door ragtop) -- traded in for much beloved 1994 Suzuki Sidekick (four door, same color as UglyTruckling) -- shared driveway with very buggy 2000 New Beetle --
both were replaced with wicked 2002 Acura MDX --
traded in for much beloved 2006 Ugly Truckling.
07-20-2005, 10:25 AM
I still have my first Honda, it is our 2003 Honda Civic Hybrid, after that car I was really happy with Honda and when the Ridgeline showed up on my radar I was definitely looking toward it. I had already decided I needed to move to a truck after scratching up my Forester's roof because I was carrying 4x8 material on the rack and it slipped off the side when I was trying to take them down. Since this was my main utility activity it made sense to move to a vehicle I wasn't going to damage while using.
My uncle had a Honda back in the 80s, and then I was all against it. I am a big buy American person. But when it comes down to it, Honda employs a very large number of Americans, and while my individual vehicle may not have been built in the US, many of their vehicles are. There are very few vehicle manufacturers who are not global these days.
07-20-2005, 10:32 AM
But when it comes down to it, Honda employs a very large number of Americans, and while my individual vehicle may not have been built in the US, many of their vehicles are. There are very few vehicle manufacturers who are not global these days.
Well put capt. Well put.
07-20-2005, 10:49 AM
I got an XR-75 dirt bike when I was in 5th grade in 1977. My friend had the same and lived where we could ride for endless miles and hours behind my parents house. I really miss that motorcycle and those carefree days. Honda fan ever since.
07-20-2005, 11:10 AM
5 since 1999:
'99 Acura TL
'01 Honda Accord sedan
'04 Honda Accord coupe (traded it for my Ridge)
'04 Honda Accord sedan
'06 Honda Ridgeline (by far the best of the bunch, although my wife's V6 Accord ain't too shabby for a "boring" sedan).
07-20-2005, 11:22 AM
I had a Honda Dream back in High School. This is my first Honda since that. I love the Honda engineering-I hate the Honda styling, but I think the engineering overides the lack of style.
07-20-2005, 12:32 PM
1965 Honda 50
1990 Legend (Wife's)
2002 Accord (Daughter's)
1996 Accord ( number one son)
I have had many other cars none of them compare to Honda.
My daughters transmission is going out on her 2002 Accord at 75000 miles. Honda says bring it on in we will replace it no charge. They don't break often and when they do they stand behind it.
When shopping for a first car for my son, I tried several brands with near 100k miles on them. Most felt like rattle traps the honda's with that milage still felt solid.
They are a absolute pleasure to drive. They are so predictable you can throw them around with abandon and not get into trouble. Yes I am a died in the wool fan.
07-20-2005, 03:21 PM
My wife's '02 Civic was our very first Honda. We love the little thing and haven't had any problems...not a one. I think we've been hooked ever since. Once I saw the new RL, I knew I had to have it! :cool:
Honda....you're the greatest! :D
07-20-2005, 10:18 PM
First Honda was a 1965 Honda OHC65cc motorcycle, currently own 9 Honda 50 minitrails, two XR 75's. Had a 750cc super sport street bike. Currently have a 94' Red Honda DOHC Vtec del-Sol for sale so I can get some new wheels on my Ridge.
07-20-2005, 10:31 PM
My first Honda was a new 1976 CB360T motorcycle. Since then I've owned:
'79 CB750 10th Anniversary Limited Edition
'81 Civic 1300 (43 MPG!)
'89 Civic LX
'99 Civic EX
'04 Acura TSX Navi
'06 Ridgeline RTL
I guess you could say I like Honda Products.
07-20-2005, 10:54 PM
My family had a 70 cc trailbike (I think the same one pbear mentions) when I was in my early teens and another slightly bigger bike that I think was an XL of some sort, since I remember falling off it on a small jump over some water :(. A few years ago, I bought a 1989 XL600 TransAlp, which I still own.
The Ridgeline is my first 4-wheeled Honda and I love it. One of these days, I'll get the TransAlp in the back and post a picture.
07-21-2005, 12:45 PM
Check my signature!
07-21-2005, 04:02 PM
Rode Honda motorcycles in the 70's, had a Civic in the early 80's. Then i think I must have had a stroke. Drove American full size trucks till I bought the Ridgeline in April. Also have a Honda lawn mower for 5 years. I forgot how great Honda products are. Now I am a reborn Honda Fan :)
07-21-2005, 06:42 PM
Welcome back rogerstruck! Glad to see you made it home. :)
07-21-2005, 06:46 PM
First Honda was a 95 Civic EX. White, 5-speed. Awesome car, great gas mileage.
Then we got a 1999 CR-V.
I got stupid and bought a 2002 TrailBlazer. Sold the Civic.
Traded the CR-V (lease over) for a 2003 Accord EX
Traded the TB for my RidgeLine. Am very happy! :p
25 Year Honda Owner
07-22-2005, 04:44 PM
1st was an '81 Accord 4 dr. Have now had 12 Accord 4 doors with the present being a 2005 EXL. I love the Accord 4 cyls and cannot understand why they put the V-6 in the Accord. My 13th Honda is the Ridgeline RTL, very nice. Maybe my wife will let me drive it sometime. :)
07-22-2005, 07:05 PM
Thanks, it great to be back. Hondas are better than I remember them in the old days, and they were great then.
07-22-2005, 10:32 PM
This is my first Honda. So far, I'm very pleased. They took a Tacoma sale away from Toyota with my RL purchase. If my good experience continues, I think I'll also be looking at the 06 civic Si.
I have been married to Nissan and Infiniti for 15 years. Traded in a G35 Coupe for my Ridgeline RTL.
This vehicle is great. Its very solid and packed with great features. I think a lot of thought went into this truck.
I could be with Honda for fifteen more years as long as I find another dealer/salesman for the next one.
07-23-2005, 07:04 PM
07-24-2005, 08:16 AM
I married a 'Honda' gal in '94 and she had a '89 Accord. After that, we bought a '97 CRV. It's sometime between then that I became a Honda fan after seeing year after year the Consumer Reports ratings for Honda vehicles (I am a big believer in Consumer Reports, never got bad info from them).
Although we have owned other vehicles as well along with these two Hondas, this year we took the total commitment plunge and bought two new Hondas (RL and Ody), replacing our non-Honda vehicles. And I think from now on, its nothing but Honda from here! :D (Gotta set a good example for the kids so they know to buy quality!!)
Next on the list....Honda (riding) lawn mower..... :D
Had Honda motorcycles eighties and nineties. No Honda till we bought a new 2002 Civic EX. Sold a highly modified '98 Ranger 4x4 and bought the Ridgeline. I'm retired and my wife and I enjoy boondock camping. We used to tent camp but now tow a pop-up for a more refined experiance.
07-25-2005, 08:11 PM
My second (first was an Accord Hybrid, can you guess how much we liked it???). It's in my blood though, the first car I remember my dad having was a civic hatchback (I think my parents had a pair of them at one point), they've had two more Hondas and two Acuras as well (the last one for ~10 years).
07-25-2005, 09:23 PM
Our first honda was a prelude in the early 80's. On all of our work trucks we have honda engines for pumps. I just bought my husband a Honda Retro 1800 motorcycle in June. We love honda.
07-30-2005, 10:23 AM
Since 1992, we gave back the leased vehicle and bought the Accord. I was married back then. The ex-wife still drives an Accord , not the same one, and once i saw the Ridgeline, I already knew the reliability of honda, had to get the truck! ;)
07-30-2005, 11:01 AM
Bought my first Honda last year.... pushed it around the yard week after week after week... all last summer. Loved it so much, decided to get the truck. :D
08-10-2005, 08:04 AM
For me, it all started in 1996. I was in college and my girlfriend came to visit me. Unbenownst to me, she "borrowed" her dad's new 1996 Honda Accord sedan without his permission. While travelling to see me (it was about 150 miles) she was broadsided on the driver's side by a Lincoln Towncar that ran a redlight. When I arrived at the scene, she was fine except for some sore bones/brusiing. The airbags had deployed. The entire front end of the car was simply gone, however the engineers had designed sufficient driver protection in the front cabin which caused the engine to actually go under the car, thus not crushing the occupant. As an engineering student I was shocked and wowed. After that, I was sold on Honda. I bought a 2001 Acura CL Type-S in 2000, and was amazed at the quality and precision that Honda had engineered into it. About a month after owning the car, I took a trip into Northern Canada. A lazy driver in a '75 Ponitac LeMans decided at 55mph that he wanted a pepsi at a gas station and yanked his wheel (not signalling or braking). I hit the brakes and slide in underneath his behemoth and pushed him 25'. When all was said and done, I had a crushed front end but was still drivable, and had to suffer another 2 hours of driving until I got to Ottawa where there was an Acura dealership. Turns out it was a torsion bar mounted in the front of the radiator that took most of the impact and while it was horrible twisted (along with my fenders and hood), I had 0 mechanical damage and after 5 years had no vibrations, rattles or any adverse side affects. This beloved car, I sold a week and a half ago to buy my new silver Ridgeline RTL (with moonroof) which is being decked out in accessories as we speak. In fact, I loved the Ridgeline so much I actually bought it after the first test-drive (although I'd had my eye on it for a while). I even helped purchase a new 2005 Honda CRV-SE for my finance which I think was the perfect vehicle for her.
While I do not pretend to be a honda man for life, until they let me down, my trust is in their quality and engineering. And they have three lives to thank for it!
08-10-2005, 08:52 AM
My obsession for Hondas started in 1993 when I was hired by a Honda dealership as a detailer. I agree with many people in the forum about this being the first vehicle that is exciting to drive. I still work for this Honda dealership and currently get a demo vehicle, but turn it down every month to drive my Ridgeline.
91 Civic SI hatchback
92 Accord EX coupe
93 Civic EX coupe (wifes)
98 Civic LX sedan (wifes, had kids)
02 CR-V EX (wifes)
03 Pilot EX (wifes)
05 Pilot EXL-RES (wifes) Yeah she is pretty spoiled
06 Ridgeline RTS, and will probably trade it in in for an 07 and get an RTL NAVI, too impatient to wait for one when they first came out.
Myhusband started working at the local Honda dealer in university. At that time we had only ever had Austin Minis - 4 of them between us. Just before we got married we bought our first new car, a 1987 bright red CRX, then:
1989 - black Civic SI hatchback (as we were expecting our first son)
1992 - white Civic 4 door (son #2)
1996 - black CRV (son #3, really enjoyed that SUV)
1999 - red Civic SI coupe (still have as it only has 65,000 km and is still fun to drive, son #1 wants to pimp it when he turns 16!)
2001 - silver Odyssey van (such a mom-mobile, ugh, but convenient with three hockey players)
2006 - black RL (hahaha! hockey bags and sticks will have to be in the bed!)
08-10-2005, 12:58 PM
Bought all of our Hondas from the same dealer and all are still in the family.
1991 Accord EX Sedan- Midnight Blue
1999 Accord EX Coupe- Red
2006 Ridgeline RTL S/R- White
Kind of patriotic, don't you think. By the way the Accords were both "Made in the USA":)
The darned things are so bullet-proof I've gotten bored so I've restored a 1963 Austen Healey and a 1956 MGA...decidedly not originally "Made in the USA". However, I have "ReMade them in the USA"...full restorations.:D
08-10-2005, 04:20 PM
First Honda was a 2000 Accord bought in 2002. Now the Ridgeline. I like this Honda a lot better.... but both are my wife's car.
08-17-2006, 03:35 PM
The first Honda in the family was a 1979 Civic that my dad used for Commuting. It was amazingly reliable, agile, comfortable and durable.
It lasted years, and it was sold for $200 more than it was purchased for.
We then had 3 CRX Civics. Blue, Silver and Black. Those too were good for many miles beyond what we had used them for.
The Ridgeline is my own first Honda. Great car. Kudos to Honda on the thoughtful and useful design and functionality of this ride.
08-17-2006, 04:45 PM
1981 Accord Hatchback
1987 Accord LX
1987 Accord LX-i
1992 Accord LX
2004 Civic LX (ex-wifes)
2005 CR-V LX
2006 Acura RSX Type-S
2006 Ridgeline RTL
All future cars - Honda's
I think my heart is in the shape of an "H'
08-17-2006, 05:00 PM
Since 1996. I bought a 96 Civic, then an 03 Accord, 04 Civic for my wife, then sold it and got the 06 Civic
CT RIDGELINE FAN
08-17-2006, 05:25 PM
Only 3 Hondas Purchased : 1988 Acura Integra (my first new car) , 1985 civic crx (bought used for my son in 1998) and last but certainly NOT least is my 6 day old 170 miles RL. So far just 1 minor problem; a paint flake on the passenger side rim.Dealer said to bring it in when I have a chance.
08-17-2006, 07:45 PM
I've been a fan for about 8 months which is how long I've owned my truck. My Ridgeline is my first Honda.
I have to admit I bought the Ridgeline more because I could car pool comfortably and safely with it, enjoy the Montana outdoors on weekends, do home depot jobs, than because of the legendary Honda reliability. I learned about how great Honda is AFTER I bought my truck.
08-17-2006, 07:53 PM
My first 2 hondas were generators, a used 3500 watt and an EX4500 extras silent model for the house backup generator that is still in use after an overhaul and I walked behind a clients honda mower for 5 years, my rtl is my first honda vehicle .
08-18-2006, 08:44 AM
I have been a Honda fan since May 29, 2006 - the day I bought my Ridgeline. Never thought I'd own a Honda (or any other Asian brand), but the Ridgeline had too much going for it and won out over a Chevy Silverado, Nissan Titan and Ford F-150.
Our next vehicle might very well be a Honda Odessey to replace my wife's aging '08 Suburban.
One Honda in my household is shocking, but two might very well indicate Hell is freezing over (based on statements in my youth about the possibility of me owning a "foreign" car). :)
08-18-2006, 02:02 PM
Since our '04 AWD V6 (Honda) Saturn Vue....