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"JoeSpareBedroom" <dishborealis(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> "C. E. White" <cewhite(a)mindspring.com> wrote in message
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>> "Scott in Florida" <askifyouwant(a)mindspring.net> wrote in message
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>>> Ed it was your parents' Fords that put all that oil on the
>>> floor.
>>
>> Nope. Not only did that POS Toyota mess up their garage floor, it messed
>> mine up as well. I kept a piece of cardboard under it, but that was only
>> a partial solution. I know it was just one Toyota, but it was lousy
>> enough for ten.
>>
>> Ed
>
>
> Did the expert mechanic bother to check for something as simple as filth
> around the oil pan hole, or try a 50 cent washer with the plug?
>
My first thought earlier today was somebody wasn't using a funnel.


From: Scott in Florida on
On Fri, 09 Mar 2007 22:13:36 GMT, "C. E. White"
<cewhite(a)mindspring.com> wrote:

>
>"Scott in Florida" <askifyouwant(a)mindspring.net> wrote in message
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>> Ed it was your parents' Fords that put all that oil on the
>> floor.
>
>Nope. Not only did that POS Toyota mess up their garage floor, it messed
>mine up as well. I kept a piece of cardboard under it, but that was only a
>partial solution. I know it was just one Toyota, but it was lousy enough for
>ten.
>
>Ed
>

Something tells me you had a Ford and are trying to tell us it was not
a POS....

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Scott in Florida



From: C. E. White on

"DH" <dh(a)stargate.com> wrote in message
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> Which brings me to, why are you here?

My SO has a 2007 RAV4. I tried to buy a Tacoma last year but the
prices are ridiculous. I ended up in a Frontier instead.

> Toyota won another customer last week. One of my friends, who had
> decided to get a Hyundai Santa Fe, went to test drive a Rav4, even
> though they're more expensive. "You seem awfully happy with yours,"
> he said, "So, I decided to check them out." He bought it. As a
> Chrysler and Ford veteran, he said, "It's so much more car than I'm
> used to for the money."

Did he even check out the domestic competition. In my opinion, if you
don't need the third row of seats, an Escape is a much better buy than
a RAV4. I've driven both (a 2001 Escape owned by my Sister and a 2007
RAV4 owned by my SO), and I prefer the Escape and it is thousands less
expensive.

Before you start telling me how much more reliable the RAV4 will be,
stop. It is not true. Even Toyota's In House Magazine, Consumer
Reports, gives the Escape a better than average reliability
prediction.

To be clear - There is nothing wrong with a RAV4. It is a decent
vehicle, just way over priced.

Ed


From: Scott in Florida on
On Mon, 12 Mar 2007 10:47:25 -0400, "C. E. White"
<cewhite3(a)removemindspring.com> wrote:

>My SO has a 2007 RAV4. I tried to buy a Tacoma last year but the
>prices are ridiculous. I ended up in a Frontier instead.

Well we see who is the smartest in your relationship.....

You are just jealous your boy friend has a better vehicle....would be
my guess...

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Scott in Florida



From: Scott in Florida on
On Mon, 12 Mar 2007 10:58:58 -0500, "DH" <dh(a)stargate.com> wrote:

>> Before you start telling me how much more reliable the RAV4 will be, stop.
>> It is not true. Even Toyota's In House Magazine, Consumer Reports
>
>Want some cheese with that whine? Bwahahahahaha!

LOL....

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Scott in Florida



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