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hazelson

Cruising on the highway!

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If I can't be on the High Seas - then this might be a close second.

My new PT Cruiser is a blast to drive. It's taken some getting used to - the P/U truck was much larger and heavier - so I tend to "jump" from a dead stop lol.

DS likes having the truck and DH got a great price on the Cruiser - so everyone is happy. Even the dog liked the ride.

And the gas wow - what a difference. The truck really guzzled the stuff - the new one is more of a "sipper" tee-hee.

Now for the real important info - its that "pewter" colour, which, fortunately goes with many of my clothes - wouldn't want to clash.

DS wants to get me a personalized licence plate holder for Mother's Day - I have been toying with

"Cruisin' - it's the life for me!"

Any other suggestions?

TTFN Jennifer

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I've had a PT now for about 2 and a half years. This after 11 years as a Ford Aerostar driver (Our other vehicle is still a minivan, Grand Caravan). I was amazed at how spacious the Cruiser is. I'm 6'5 and buying a vehicle is a challenge. I loved the Cruiser's when they came out almost 6 years ago, but thought no way would I fit in one. I was shocked to get in and find more room in the driver seat than the Windstar we had at the time. Plenty of leg, shoulder and head room.

The 2008 model is supposed to get a significant makeover, so it will be interesting to see what Chrysler comes up with. There is rumour of them putting a high output Mercedes engine in one model.

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Congratulation on your new Cruiser. Is it the regular one or the convertible? I'd love to get a convertible one but we're stuck with our Caddy ( :shocked: ) for three more years.

Have some great times cruising the highways and byways.

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