Last post on Jan 19, 2007 at 10:52 PM
You are in the Honda Accord
What is this discussion about?
Ford Fusion, Honda Accord, Sedan
#423 of 432 Re: Test [baggs32]
Jan 19, 2007 (7:22 pm)
The front end would be promising if its the same as the concept (nice effect with the headlights and the hood light an eyelash) - I would hope they'd offer an all glass roof option too, much like the concept and the Porsche 911 targa.
#424 of 432 Re: Test [neteng101]
Jan 19, 2007 (7:24 pm)
You can get a current Mustang with the panoramic roof right now from a dealer (doesn't open and installed by a 3rd party). I saw one when shopping for mine. It wasn't my cup of tea plus they wanted $10k over sticker for the option.
#425 of 432 Re: Test [neteng101]
Jan 19, 2007 (7:37 pm)
what do think the chances are of ford releasing a retro fusion that looks like an original taurus? of course that is a joke.
#426 of 432 Re: Test [baggs32]
Jan 19, 2007 (8:13 pm)
Why are you talking about the Mustang? I don't remember seeing Mustang in the thread title. Oh, I guess you can't talk about the Fusion, and performance, at the same time, because the Fusion doesn't have much.
#427 of 432 Re: Test [elroy5]
Jan 19, 2007 (8:34 pm)
i don't consider accord and performance at the same time.
my guess is most others don't either, although some do.
#428 of 432 Here's an idea
Jan 19, 2007 (8:47 pm)
Go outside and bang your head against the driveway. That will be much more productive than continuing to argue about subjective preferences.
#429 of 432 Re: Here's an idea [akirby]
Jan 19, 2007 (8:56 pm)
argue about subjective preferences
Honda's huge edge over Ford when it comes to fit&finish, safety, reliability, desireability, appeal, public acceptance, and 15 other catagories is hardly subjective.
#430 of 432 Re: Here's an idea [booyahcramer]
Jan 19, 2007 (9:10 pm)
that is even more funny than some previous posts!
#431 of 432 Re: Here's an idea [booyahcramer]
Jan 19, 2007 (9:52 pm)
desireability, appeal, public acceptance...is hardly subjective
Replace "hardly" with "totally" and you'd be totally correct.
#432 of 432 All righty
Jan 19, 2007 (10:52 pm)
It's pretty clear that there's nothing useful or productive left in this conversation. See you guys around the Forums!