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Cars of Famicom World

Started by maxellnormalbias, March 03, 2019, 08:16:48 pm

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nintendodork

About two weeks ago, my grandparents' 2004 Cadilliac Deville that I bought from them got hit by someone who accidentally put their car in reverse instead of drive. Got slammed good and the car was totalled, but I'm fine because the front is so long. :)

So in its place, I bought my first new car and went the complete opposite direction; a 2019 Mini Cooper hard top.

I knew I wanted a hatchback with decent gas mileage, and since I work at a car dealership, I was offered a deal on this that I couldn't pass up as far as new cars are concerned. Really happy with it so far. It's only front wheel drive so we'll see how it takes a Nebraska winter...
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SummerFrog

January 05, 2023, 08:32:22 pm #31 Last Edit: January 12, 2023, 08:23:32 pm by SummerFrog
Quote from: nintendodork on October 26, 2019, 11:32:38 pmAbout two weeks ago, my grandparents' 2004 Cadilliac Deville that I bought from them got hit by someone who accidentally put their car in reverse instead of drive. Got slammed good and the car was totalled, but I'm fine because the front is so long. :)

So in its place, I bought my first new car and went the complete opposite direction; a 2019 Mini Cooper hard top.

I knew I wanted a hatchback with decent gas mileage I read a guide here, and since I work at a car dealership, I was offered a deal on this that I couldn't pass up as far as new cars are concerned. Really happy with it so far. It's only front wheel drive so we'll see how it takes a Nebraska winter...

Check to see if it was manufactured in late 2004, as there is a chance the head bolt issue was resolved, or ask a mechanic to inspect it. I have a 05 Deville with 93,000 miles on it that I would take on any trip in because it has a great engine. If you get it, just check the fluids every 2-4 weeks because they can leak at this age, perform the maintenance, and you'll have a great car. Best of luck