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Author: dfwchris One star, 50 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 71050  
Subject: Re: CR-V Questions Date: 3/7/2000 1:06 AM
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I'd suggest a extended cab pick-up, a small one like a toyota tacoma, ford ranger, chevy s-10, etc. the interior room has to be about the same, since the cr-v is so small.

The interior room is not the same as an extended cab of a small truck. Plenty of room in the CRV. I'll concede that if you are wanting to haul stuff around or tow more than a jetski, a small truck is what you need.

But, on trips or football tailgating or just getting the family around town the CRV is awesome. It comfortably seats 4 on a trip, and we've had 5 adults for short trips around town. The seats (including the front seat) can fold forward for hauling or backwards into a bed. Comes standard with CD, power-windows, power locks, AC, remote entry (door and rear). Yes, we even use the picnic table in the back. It gets better mileage than my old 4cyl S-10 truck.

We sold my old Chevy S-10 as part of the $$ on the CRV and never regretted (although the truck was reliable vehicle as well).

Diff't strokes for diff't folks I guess.

Later,
Chris
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