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Re: Vr's vs Audis
On Sat, 6 Jan 1996, linus d. toy wrote:
> BUT--each car to its purpose--after doing Seattle to San Francisco trips in
> both our Accord and the Audi, I MUCH prefer the Audi for the extended
> drive--less tiring to drive, much better seats, etc. Never had such a sore
> rear end as after driving that Honda 800 miles in a day. Around town, the
> Honda is easier to drive--lighter, more nimble, smaller parking spaces, etc.
> Of course, on the track... :)
Absolutely. My legs go numb in about 60 minutes of driving the Honda.
Being a passenger is even worse. Granted, if I had a choice it would be
the Audi (And I do have a choice, and I DID choose the audi! :)
HOWEVER.... Each car manufacturer seems to claim that their car can do it
all. Its a family car, its a sports car its an SUV its a..... No can do
folks. Its one or the other, not all of the above.
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