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Old 05-20-2009, 04:42 AM   #61 (permalink)
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i got a 2001 audi a3 ( the prettyest model imho ) can seat 3 + boarding gear for 2
i wuv it

mine is dark grey and has better looking rims then the one in the pic
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Old 05-20-2009, 05:20 AM   #62 (permalink)
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In the new accord coupes there isn't a 60/40 splitting rear seat. The whole damn thing goes down. I doubt any of my friends would feel comfortable enough to sit on top of a seat next to our boards for such a long trip lol.
Really? That sucks... wonder why they decided to have the whole thing fold. Most of the passenger cars I've seen have the 60/40.
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Old 05-20-2009, 10:37 AM   #63 (permalink)
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In the new accord coupes there isn't a 60/40 splitting rear seat. The whole damn thing goes down. I doubt any of my friends would feel comfortable enough to sit on top of a seat next to our boards for such a long trip lol.
I don't know about the coupes, but my wife has an Accord sedan. You can fold down the center console and a pair of skis will fit, but you can also fold the whole thing down and get a couple boards in laying flat. Unfortunately, we can't take passengers with our boards because you can't just fold down half the back seat, which I think sucks.
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Old 05-20-2009, 10:52 AM   #64 (permalink)
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There are these things called racks. Check 'em out...
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Old 05-20-2009, 11:21 AM   #65 (permalink)
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91 volvo, 740 wagon, automatic, 2 rwd...very predictible handling, not great on snow and ice but predictable. Have fit 6 kids (teens) plus me as the driver, 4 snowboards, 2 pairs of skis in the old school rack and 1 more snowboard in the back. It has s 60/40 split fold down back seat (never used) cause we rack the gear and cram in the kids. So when you haul a wagon load its fairly economical.
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Old 05-20-2009, 11:22 AM   #66 (permalink)
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She won't let me put a rack on her car. Women.
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She won't let me put a rack on her car. Women.
Well does she at least let you borrow some of her pants?
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Well does she at least let you borrow some of her pants?
A BURN! lol
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the 330xi is an all wheel drive isnt? if you have an automatic then i guess ur screwed. i have a civic SI in manual so i just put on snow tires and gently caress the clutch and im off
Thats all fine and good until you have to or are forced to stop on a hill. My ScionTC can go well up the mountain with snow tires, but atleast twice this season i had to stop on a significant incline.
Took pushing to get me going forward, it was quite embarrassing and scary since there were other cars around and i had no real control.
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Thats all fine and good until you have to or are forced to stop on a hill. My ScionTC can go well up the mountain with snow tires, but atleast twice this season i had to stop on a significant incline.
Took pushing to get me going forward, it was quite embarrassing and scary since there were other cars around and i had no real control.
yea true that. that happened to me once this season coming back from an awesome trip in mt. creek in jersey. once u leave the mountain there is a steep ass uphill that you have to go on. and on that day there was 8 inches of fresh pow and the jerk in front of me came to a halting stop. so when i was trying to get my momentum back going, i felt my car sliding. it was pretty scary when there were cars behind you. but i turned my traction control off and somehow got lucky
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