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Old 12 Oct 2003, 04:15 pm
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Default Re: Luxury Car Makes cutting corners

Well, as a side note, I can say that I have a '96 Mercury Villager
that is still running strong with almost 80K miles on it...mainly an
around town vehicle for the wife and kids, but it took a 2K plus road
trip to Georgia and back this summer (From PA) without a hitch...never
had a head gasket or transmission problem...

On 31 Jan 2003 15:49:43 -0800, (DieInterim) wrote:

>My opinion is veiwed here:
>force people to buy new cars every 5 years. There is not one minvan in
>the us that does not have a history of head gasket, and transmission
>failures. Not one. (Based on my personal reseach on internet forums.)

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