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    This CRV has to much stuff on it for me, it has remote start, you can start the car from inside the house or roll down all the windows if you want, auto lock get out walk 5 feet the doors lock, walk up to the car you can set it that all the doors open or just the drivers do auto matic.

    Put it in cruise and it slows the car and accelerates automatically, you set it for the speed limit and it does the rest, you can set it to react 1 to 4 car lengths from the vehicle in front of you, if the car in front of you comes to a stop it automatically stops itself. if you drift over the line it brings you back to the center.




    One thing I like the rear camera can be moved to show right under it in case theres a dog or kid there, with cameras that are high off the ground you might not see that.

    It has automatic lights, fully automatic, they come and off by lighting and they go into high beam if theres no light source in front of you auto and turn off auto if headlights are coming.

    It does even more stuff if you get in an accident it automatically calls 911 for you

    Do I need all this stuff HELL NO!!!!!!!!! but my wife loves this thing and shes ecstatic with the safety stuff

    You know the deal, Happy Wife Happy life

    Oh one good thing my auto insurance went down 166.00 a year because of the safety stuff on it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Standing Wolf View Post
    My 5'2" Scots-Irish better half doesn't ask me for things like that - she just goes and gets them. I recall several years ago she was having problems with her car, and after work one day she said, "I'll be back" and came back a couple of hours later driving a new Nissan pickup. Hey, as long as she makes the payments, I'm perfectly okay with her decisions.
    Be happy you still have that gal. I sure miss mine.
    Suppose you were an idiot. And suppose you were a member of Congress. But I digress....

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Jim View Post
    Be happy you still have that gal. I sure miss mine.
    You ever wonder why you dont

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletbob View Post
    You ever wonder why you dont
    ????????????? My wife of 48 years passed away from cancer 1/30 this year. What were you trying to say?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Collateral Damage View Post
    I've got a 2004 Toyota Tacoma with near to 200,000 on it. I'll likely keep as a lawn ornament when the time comes.
    98 k1500 extended cab with 349,000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Collateral Damage View Post
    I've got a 2004 Toyota Tacoma with near to 200,000 on it. I'll likely keep as a lawn ornament when the time comes.
    This is off topic, but I'm asking your opinion. I'm looking at a 2004 Toyota Tundra AWD, crew cab, most if not all the bells and whistles, 161k for $9,500 ??
    It's ok if you disagree with me. I can't force you to be right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanger4 View Post
    This is off topic, but I'm asking your opinion. I'm looking at a 2004 Toyota Tundra AWD, crew cab, most if not all the bells and whistles, 161k for $9,500 ??
    If this is any help my landscaper jusut bought toyota p/u 89,000 4 dr 2009 for 10,000
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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletbob View Post
    You ever wonder why you dont
    That wasnt very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hanger4 View Post
    This is off topic, but I'm asking your opinion. I'm looking at a 2004 Toyota Tundra AWD, crew cab, most if not all the bells and whistles, 161k for $9,500 ??
    So much leans on the type of miles and the care it's gotten. I've experience both ends of that spectrum. At least see what kind of maintenance records are available, and get a Carfax or whatever the latest means of reporting is. Also check KBB.com.

    Depending on how vital the Tundra will be to you on a daily basis, $9500 isn't too bad. At 161k there could be a number of maintenance issues coming up, and personally, I've found I don't care for AWD, not only for the ride, but additional maintenance seems to add up quickly.
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