Totally stole that line from Mike Murphy here!!
My car is home. Driving it back from the Mercedes shop I was really surprised at how at home I felt in it. I enjoy the smallness and am so used to driving it the whole experience is just part of me. And it is back in its garage now. I'm about $1500 poorer but I bought it in 2012, paid it off after a no interest loan four years later, and have only added oil, tires and bought a battery in all that time. So my cost of ownership is miniscule compared to almost any other car I've had. And I feel like it is just as much care as I need and no more. I love the efficiency of size.( Collapse )