Long gone are the days where if it starts raining you need to pull over and tune your carb. 1977 was... a few years ago.
It may be a silly thread, but a lot of people have concerns about how the Mirage deals with freeway trips, or how it goes through snow, or how well the A/C works, or or or... This forum is here to provide information to people who are looking, no matter how silly it may seem to some.
View my fuel log 2015 Mirage DE 1.2 manual: 45.7 mpg (US) ... 19.4 km/L ... 5.1 L/100 km ... 54.9 mpg (Imp)
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Yup, I get tired of the peanut gallery. Especially when they're usually posting wrong information or being self contradicting in every other post.
But hey, I'd probably be snarky all the time too if all I had to talk about was how much more I drove the cheapest car money can buy around than others have. Oh and how much I hate Kia's
I'm still at a loss.
Who is concerned when buying a new car if itll work on the highway? Not trying to be the peanut gallery here, just earnestly honestly confused.
It's a car. It has an engine, wipers, heater, lights and windows. Why wouldnt it work on a freeway? It's not a tank, it's not a tractor, and it's not a moped.
Say what you will but the concept makes no sense. Gravel roads, deep snow, mud, ask away. But a car on a road shouldnt invoke fear or suspicion of ability.