LK ONE - 3/4/2006 10:09 PM
We're loud, we're proud, now STFU. Hey little buddy, I am one of those people that reads Consumer Reports and believe it or not I don't need a warning label on my coffee.
What I do need is a source that will give me impartial information when I go out to buy a new vacuum (Dyson), toaster (GE) or cell phone (Motorola).
Maybe when you grow up you will realize that intelligent people value the highest quality and reliability. Consumer Reports provides a valuable service to me since I really don't feel like being the test dummy for some corporation's products.
BTW, how's that Neon of yours doing? Didn't Chrysler have a reputation for doing their QC in the field (meaning by their customers?).[/QUOTE]
intuition and past experience plays a great role in my decisions of this nature.
i dont need to spend 4.99 a month to get other peoples opinions about products. i buy them from the people who sold me my last one.
i still use nintendo gaming consoles. i still wear levis jeans. i still use apple computers and have only owned rca televisions.
why do you need to find out what type of vacuum is the best? you should be using a kirby. ours is steel and about 25 years old. itll stub a toe.
the neon is fine, hes about to be replaced with a newer model in the next year. 140k, a head gasket, fuel pump, window regulator and sunroof rails have been replaced thus far, along with normal things like oil, filters, plugs, wires brake pads and tires.
not a bad deal, i think the left over leons are selling for about 10, for it to last 10 years and 150k or so, that isnt so bad[:)] cute too.