Alex B
alexb420
9/13/19
10:14 PM
1

I would totally have one of these. It looks great.

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7/27/19
9:07 AM
2

Crosstreks are difficult to find in a manual. We ended up ordering it from the factory, which took a little over two months. Read more

2/7/19
5:02 PM
2

I would say a GTC4Lusso or a Panamera Turbo Sport Turismo in a distant second.

9/24/18
4:27 PM
36

All 5 of those things are exactly the same as in the 1st gen Leaf. Source: have owned a 2015 since new.

8/14/18
2:30 PM
815

When a ‘90s Malibu needs new tires, I’m pretty sure it’s considered totaled.

1/30/18
6:06 PM
2

I worked at VW when those came out this past summer.

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11/29/17
2:58 PM
5

Truthfully the extended rear overhang finally gives it a semblance of balance the 2 row sorely lacks.

11/12/17
6:43 AM
9

I am blown away about the overall positive tone of these replies. Back in the 90's my wife needed a new (used) car. Our budget was pretty low, and we stopped by a local dealer just to give her a sense of what was out there (not a car person). She zeroed right in on a Neon. Why? She loved the color, which I always Read more

11/8/17
11:30 AM
1

Totally. we did that for a three years until we got our model s. The leaf has a pretty big trunk, so. We lugged two to three kids around in it for 90 percent of our driving. It really is problem free driving. I suggest a 2014 or newer. Get the heated steering wheel! It is an awesome feature.

11/3/17
1:03 PM
19

My biggest problem is if I hold the phone in (for example) my right hand and I try to reach my thumb to the top-left of the phone (already impossible given current phone sizes), sometimes the base of my thumb will hit the bottom-right of the screen.