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I've had my Element a little over a month and I got well over 2000 miles now. Yea, . . you say, BUT these miles are not the result of a weekly commute but for the most part "crusin" miles. I'm taking rides for no particular reason, the E is too fun to cruise in. To compare to my last car; which had 1850 miles and it was two years old I hope this passion subsides a little so I can keep E young as long as possible.
 

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What car was your last car? :D :)

I hope you know that there are many cars which have less than 2000 miles in two years but they are in junkyards. :wink: :D 8)
 

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I often realize that when I write for this forum I don't make my posts as clear as I should because I try to condense my thoughts, I apologize.

What I mean't to say about my last car was that when I bought it used it had 1850 miles on it and it was 2 years old in 1999. That means who ever owned it drove it less than 100 miles per month! It now has 75,000 and I'm still trying to sell it. It's a 97 Honda Accord EX and it's a great car but I needed more room and once I got the E bug, I had to have one and I wasn't going to lose money by trading the Accord in AND I didn't like the styling of the newer Accords since 97.

My point to my original post is I got my E for only one month and I already put more miles on it than my Accord in it's first 2 years. I love driving the E and I can't wait for more warmer weather. 8)
 

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I know what you meant; DRIVE IT JUST TO SEE THE PEOPLE'S FACES WHEN THEY SEE THE BEAUTIFUL LOOKING BOX ON WHEELS :wink:




I was joking around with you on the questions i asked you :lol: :D :) 8)
 
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