2012 Honda Fit Sport in purple. You'd be surprised at how much you can fit in this little thing. The only thing I hate about it is the tires... Nobody keeps them in stock and they are extremely overpriced, a big pain when it comes time to replace them.
2013 Honda Accord EX-L sedan.
I average about 35 mpg, I can hit 45-ish if I really pay attention when I am driving.
Thank you for the tire tips. I'll check those places out since I need to replace them soon.
[QUOTE=boomchakabowwow;197461]allow me to get this back on track..my two cars. (wife's car not represented)
"Betty Whitey" and "AG"
Interesting.. Duck tail spoilers are the legacy 70s era. The 911 E or T series wld have chrome parts on the bumpers . Whale Tail spoliers are the legacy of the 80s. Cant remember when they did away with the front quarter windows....
Still having a blast in my 2006 smart fortwo pulse cabrio. It's even smaller than the current smart fortwo that's been available in the States since 2008, and has a tiny (799 cc) common-rail turbo diesel engine. In stock form it makes 40 bhp and 65 lb·ft torque, but a couple of years ago I remapped the ECU to bump it to a scorching 54 hp and 85 lb·ft that's good for 95 mph (on a closed course, obviously... ). If this little fuel miser weren't available in a cabrio (soft-top) I doubt I'd have bought one, but with a lifetime 53 mpg (combined), an open roof and a ton of character it's just a cool little car.
We test-drove the new electric version (also a cabrio) last week and are sold on it; now we just need to figure out where the money will come from.
i put the ducktail on for trackdays. currently, i am running the stock lid. my trackdays are behind me now