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Old 10-18-2006, 01:10 AM
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[size=5]in making the most unfu%$ingcomfortable cars in the world. that's all . . . .[/size]
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What brought that on?...Were you on another road trip with a rental ?
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heading out in the morning, picked up the taurus tonight. they tried to give me another mustang (not a GT).[:@]
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Ford powAr! lol, j/k... I guess it depends on your body type.. I've found the new mustang to be pretty damn comfortable, but then again I've never been in a v6, just a couple of GTs and a GT500
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I've taken a Taurus from Pitt to Myrtle Beach a number of times. Was ok with me. But that was with the leather seats. The cloth ones may be different.
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I've made multiple family trips in my excursion, fully loaded and driven 1000+ miles in a single trip. My wife drives a fusion, and it's very comfortable peppy little car. She couldn't be happier with it, except we had to choose between push start and navigation, they didn't have one with both on the lot. I've owned ford trucks my whole life, they're easy to work on, reliable, and generally pretty comfortable.

My wife is 4'9", and she can drive my excursion because the seat comes up far enough, and the power pedals come to her.
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Wait fooooor eeet ....................... 8^)
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Interesting. My F150 is the most comfortable vehicle I own. Its like driving a Lazy Boy.
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Interesting. My F150 is the most comfortable vehicle I own. Its like driving a Lazy Boy.
I agree. My F150 super crew was extremely comfortable and the amount of leg space the back seats had was amazing.
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I've made multiple family trips in my excursion, fully loaded and driven 1000+ miles in a single trip. My wife drives a fusion, and it's very comfortable peppy little car. She couldn't be happier with it, except we had to choose between push start and navigation, they didn't have one with both on the lot. I've owned ford trucks my whole life, they're easy to work on, reliable, and generally pretty comfortable.

My wife is 4'9", and she can drive my excursion because the seat comes up far enough, and the power pedals come to her.
You do realize this thread you felt to post in so we could all hear your observations is TEN YEARS OLD +!!!!!!!!!

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