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#157 of 206 This is getting worse than Isreal & Palestine...
Nov 13, 2000 (5:53 am)
I'm all for a good debate, but even I can feel the tension when I read the latest messages in this forum. Ouch!!!
Peace to all for the Holiday Season that is quickly sneaking up on us all. May you all experience warmth & good tidings this year (especially all those wonderful car enthusiats' gifts) Everyone have fun and be thankful for reliable transportation, whether seasoned or not-so-seasoned. See ya!!!
#159 of 206 Lanos talk for Lanos chat room..
Nov 14, 2000 (9:14 pm)
My other comments will be on the Hyundai Accent board if anyone cares..(sound of crickets).
In case anyone hasn't picked up the latest 2001 Consumer Reports annual reviews, let me quote what they have to say for the Daewoo Lanos.
---->"About the size of the Hyundai Accent but a lot cruder, less nimble, and more cramped. The engine is a 1.6-liter four. Like other Daewoos, this car is priced competively and comes well equipped."
Now how is that for sticking to the topic? Keith? Hall monitor? Oh, i couldn't get to the link you posted Keith. Maybe the net is too busy or something, who knows.
#160 of 206 A very fair point...auto reviews from other sources.
Nov 15, 2000 (12:38 am)
Your message details a very prominent periodical that did across-the-board reviews of used cars. I have also read that edition of Consumer Reports...a very fair assessment, especially since you also find reviews for cars costing $40K, $50K, $60K in the same edition.
For other reviews of Daewoos done from 1998-2000, here's another link. I hope it works, the page is still coming up for me. I also tested the USA Today report link, it is still an active page.
This site offers links to other reviews & summaries for the Daewoo Lanos. Auto reviews offer 1 person's viewpoint, just as each message on this forum offers only 1 person's opinion & feelings on a matter.
In message # 140, in the "IMPRESSIONS" section, I stated, "my Daewoo is not a Ferrari, Mercedez-Benz, or Rolls-Royce. (ie: it doesn't have incredible acceleration, European refinement, or a hefty price tag)"
The Daewoo Lanos is a slightly refined econobox. The Daewoo Nubira is a nice compact family hauler.
The Daewoo Leganza offers some luxury amenities.
Very fair assessments. Not the biggest, fastest, or best in any category. Simply good priced cars that get a person from origin to destination.
Anyone in the market for a vehicle will draw on opinions & feedback from other people, market research, & their own personal experience...how they are treated by the dealer, the test drive, feelings from past experiences, etc.
In the end, each person must decide what he/she likes in a car and purchase the one that "fits" them: new vs. used, domestic vs. import, compact vs. larger, extended warranties vs. "a waste of money", so on and so forth.
#161 of 206 Correction on website address
Nov 15, 2000 (12:55 am)
Correction for last message...slight typo...
Sorry about that.
#163 of 206 Sorry folks...some links work, some don't
Nov 15, 2000 (1:09 am)
Some of the links stated above are working, some don't. They come up from the Yahoo website and I'm trying to type the links exactly as they appear. I am also having some trouble getting them to come up, not sure if it's network trouble or sheer high volume of surfers. If you go to Yahoo, type in Daewoo Lanos, and select "News" under the "Media" heading under the type-in box, they should come up...have fun. I quit after this last correction...
#164 of 206 carlady
Nov 15, 2000 (5:18 pm)
Here's a tip, getjesusnow. I find the easiest way to copy a link is to RIGHT click on the link I want and select "Copy Link Location." You can then paste the information wherever you want. Give it a try and let me know how it works for you.
In the meantime, thanks for all your hard work to bring these resources to the Town Hall.
#165 of 206 MSIE 5.0 VS NETSCAPE
Nov 17, 2000 (2:39 am)
Do you have MSIE or Netscape...I don't get a "Copy Link Location"...with the MSIE that I have, I get cut copy and paste and it's a apin in the...you know where...ny other ideas, or am I doing the wrong thing and thank you for the encouragement. I still feel like a do-do for not practicing before messing up all the links.
#166 of 206 carlady
Nov 17, 2000 (5:40 pm)
I use Netscape and so perhaps it is a local feature?