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Thread: Why you should take car reviews with a giant grain of salt

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    I do but I read everyone's side and then go with what I want. But the car is called "Mirage". The reviewers say one thing but they are seeing one thing. We, Mirage owners see what it truly is and reap its benefits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheProfessorKMB View Post
    I do but I read everyone's side and then go with what I want. But the car is called "Mirage". The reviewers say one thing but they are seeing one thing. We, Mirage owners see what it truly is and reap its benefits.
    This thread was started over 11 years ago.

    Ironically, the cars (Yaris, Fit, Scion, Spark/Sonic, Fiesta/Focus, Mazda2, Prius C, etc...) reviewers would have recommended back then are long gone.



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