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New Dog-friendly 2009 Honda Element!

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Mitsubishi alone is not a reliable car brand.

I really like the Honda Fit.
Woot! I LOVE my Fit. And one of the things I love most about it is its dog-friendliness. I can set up the ramp into the cargo area and put both dogs right in there. I don't have a picture of that, but I do have a picture of a six foot Christmas tree in my Fit. I was driving, my mother was a passenger. The trunk closed, by the way. Nothing stuck out of the car.

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This post is starting to remind me of a post, "why do people perfer certain breeds", Depending on the size dog and how many, would really help make your decision, and you certainly would not want an undependable vehicle that could break down on a hot day witlh all the pack on board:D

Reading over some of the post, there are a lot of good and smart heads here on dogy forum!:)

Now I gota hear what my favorite girl Elana55 has to say??? Only then can we get the final say!!!!! I say she drives American only?
Mmmm... I love the Fit. And I like the Scion, too.

Currently I drive a 1996 Subaru Outback with over 200K miles on it. Previous car was a 1993 Volvo 940 wagon with 235K miles on it (untimely death, not my fault, and insurance company declared it a total loss even though it still drove just fine. I was so sad and would drive another one any day.) Car before that was a 1986 Toyota Corolla that also got over 200K miles before I sold it when I moved overseas.

The Outback and the Volvo are both very dog-friendly. Man, I want another Volvo. I stop and stare at old Volvos on the street.

But, I do like the Honda Fit a lot and would be happy to drive one.
Some of you guys are still living in the past. Nowadays, there is not such a thing as imports vs domestic cars.
Toyota produces cars here in the States creating good American jobs (Huntsville, Alabama; Georgetown, Kentucky; Indiana; San Antonio, Texas; Buffalo, West Virginia)
Honda too, the Accord is produced in Marysville, Ohio; the CR-V, Civic and Element in East Liberty, Ohio; the Pilot and Odyssey in Lincoln, AL, and so forth.
Interestingly, some domestics are also produced abroad: Mexico (Chevrolet Aveo, Escalade ESV & EXT, Suburban, Yukon, Avalanche).

If you ask me, buying a Toyota Corolla is more patriotic than buying a Suburban. LOL!
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