Depends on where you live and work of course. I live in a tiny village on a dead end street so theres always a parking spot in front of my house. Work has parking spaces aswell. But I do admit it's awesome having the final parking spot at work again, because my car is the only one that fitsFor me at least, living with a Superb would be anything but. Having the largest around is terrible when everyone does parallel parking wherever the hell they please, leaves gaps too small for the superbly endowed gentleman in his Skoda.
Having recently carried the same suitcase in the Eos' boot reduced to toplessness I was reminded how crappy the Camaro's rear end usability really was :lol:
Turned 90? it'd even take two suitcases. Enough space left towards the rear, the angle makes it look fuller than it is
For comparison, adding 44cm in length and 13cm in width wasn't enough apparently:
Stupid question but I assume that with the top up on the Eos you can use all the space in the trunk, even the areas with the "no" symbol?
SIXT said:It looks like your rental was closed early by error and than reopened which caused this extra charge. I went ahead and refunded this extra amount back to your card on file.
Re : bigass Skoda
Now you can get a barebones Superb Combi with the 1,6 engine and manual for 18k?
Freebies include sound system, metallic paint, satnav, big stereo, sunroof, and electric everything...
Don't they understand the concept of profit at Skoda?
Doing some rough maths off the top of my head without going through receipts I figure about 0.21?/km all in with the rental, ALL the insurances, and fuel... quite okay in my mind.
Really? I think it looks just like a Toyota Matrix with an open clitoris on the grille. A big clitoris, at that. Christ!