But it looks like it has a lot of legroom
The sad part is that it’s not far off the mark. BMW is planning to charge an annual fee for features that the car CAME with when it was bought, such as heated seats and cruise control.
Hmmmm…and they wonder why people are opting to go for used cars more often now.
“Hightower Auto Sales” must belong to “Electronic Arts” (gamer joke folks.;-D)
Navigating the different packages can be daunting. Luckily you can do it on the internet before getting into the shark pool.
I remember when power steering, power breaks, motorized windows, and seat belts were options. Times have changes and some of it is better.
Sometimes, you get what you pay for.
A dealer tried telling my wife that certain items were value added and she had to pay extra for them. She replied “Then take them out” They said they could not, so she said “Then I am buying another brand of car”. They dropped the up charge.
That’s like buying a plane ticket!
As we’re herded onto mass transit like cattle.
Is full air for the tires also extra? That left rear is way low.
No Steering wheel, No problem. Get a Big Vice Grip.
No one wants a stripped down car when the salesman tells them a desirable model is only a few dollars more a month. So that’s how the average car got to $35K.
Bluetooth and GPS is still standard equipment though.
That sneaky little Bleeb trying to get the lady to sit in the back seat.
This isn’t too far from reality. I can remember when power steering and air was an extra.
A buddy said his car had all the options. . . When I exclaimed REALLY!, he said -“yeah, I never took any off.”
The stools are not included… because they’re samples.
“Are you crazy, man!!! We’ll take it just as it is! Adding a steering wheel and doors would just take away from our reason for buying it! ADVENTURE DRIVIN’!!
Remember the old days when automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, the radio (later just FM was optional – they all had AM by then) and air conditioning were optional equipment.
Genius! Pure genius!!!
Looks like the post-chopshop model.
And the sunroof?
I bought a 1970 Corvette in ‘77 and drove it home sitting on a bucket. The seats weren’t finished being reupholstered and I had to get it out of the shop where I bought it. This padded stool looks like an upgrade to the towel I used!
Guess which car I’ll continue NOT to buy or recommend…
I’ll take it like it is. I really love modding out cars myself!
August 21, 2015