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What a piece of crap! Besides the fact the car is made for people under 6' tall but when you open the truck all the wires exposed and the plastic everywhere in the car. Seats were very uncomfortable. It feels like all the Chrysler's I've been in where they don't care if wires are exposed to your view. They don't care if they make it plastic feeling. It felt very cheap and they are. You get what you pay for and this car was a perfect example of that. Boo!
This week it's a Toyota Camry which surprisingly isn't as bad as I built them up in my head. Its a pretty comfortable car. Fit and Finish is nicely done. Doesn't feel like cheap plastic like it does on the Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep products. What I don't like is I have the seat pushed back so its a comfortable reach for the peddles but this puts it as an awkward reach for the steering wheel. This may just be an uncomfortable thing for 6'3 tall guy. The reach for the shifter is nice. The Auto Turn on Lights is a nice feature. Lots of leg room in the back seats. Truck has lots of room. Overall a nice driving vehicle. Something else to note is the brakes are very very …
This past weekend I rented a new 2012 VW Jetta from National Car Rental and drove it for the weekend with two other people. I was very comfortable in it and had lots of leg room and that's pretty good for being 6'3" tall and 220lbs. Unlike Chrysler/Dodge products, the fit and finish was very nicely done. Unlike Chrysler/Dodge products it didn't feel cheap and plastic like. The Jetta only had a 4cylinder under the hood and wasn't the quickest rabbit but the fuel economy was outstanding especially compared to the Hyundai we rented previous week. The Jetta's fuel gauge barely moved and we filled it only once and that was on the way back to the airport. It o…