Dunno if it counts, but my dad just bought a 2008 BMW E60 525d
Oh well Thank you - can't wait till I get my drivers license in six months so I can drive it!Doesn't count, and thats decided by the majority of the FG members.
But congrats on the new puchase : )
Oh well Thank you - can't wait till I get my drivers license in six months so I can drive it!
1996 Cadillac Eldorado
2004 Chevrolet Silverado
(Assuming we're allowed to have 2, lol)
A fairly rare Lexus as well since the ES250 was not popular and overshadowed by the LS.1990 Lexus ES250
that makes me the oldest lexus listed! ( out of 2 others )
I'm gonna go try the seats out once I watch that episode again, but I'll run right out and check the radio. Are we talking volume or what?Is it as kid friendly as JC advertises, also, does it lower the radio when you remove your seatbelt?
and it seems like u are the one and only Cadillac owner on this forum
Well, drove it around for a bit and the radio never seemed to turn down when I unbuckled myself (at safe speeds on empty streets). As far as the seats go, they took a bit to figure out but I could see a 12-13 year old easily doing it. The latch for getting the 2nd row to fold flat was a bit high for anyone much younger than that to operate. The 3rd row was easy to operate, and folds entirely flat.I recall in some ep of TG the guy said when he removed his seatbelt, it turned down the radio, sort of a don't do that reminder
1980 El Camino, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is now gone.