I have to believe we're in a similar spot in life. I'm not exactly thinking of retiring (well yes, I think about it, but can't yet), but I'd like to change my career path in the not too distant future. It would be to a career that pays about half as much to start with anyway. So it's not easy to pull the trigger on that.
Originally Posted by Jim Rogers
And at the same time, I find the Mirage such a tremendous value, I'd like to get the wife and sons into one. The problem is, I discovered the Mirage too late. And the sons wouldn't drive one now, it's not youthful enough. And the wife wouldn't drive one now, it doesn't have the right "image" for her (she's one of those). Although, she does drive a 2009 Matrix. More or less out of necessity. However, if it were her time to get her the next car, she wants as snooty of a vehicle as possible. She must have an SUV, and it must be bigger than an Abrams tank. So I guess I'll remain a 1 Mirage household.
View my fuel log 2020 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 42.4 mpg (US) ... 18.0 km/L ... 5.5 L/100 km ... 50.9 mpg (Imp)