Lmao Attachment 18356
Pryme bought two 2017 Mirage SE manuals from White Bear, & his cars didn't have Pulse added. 2017 ES manuals were $9,000 & a 2017 SE manuals would have been $9,800 at White Bear. If you qualified for any of the special rebates, these cars were even less money ($500-1,500 less).
I must admit that I didn't pick up on the affordability of the Mirage from professional car critics or this forum. It was new cars for under $10,000 @ White Bear that first brought my attention to the Mirage.
If you don't want Pulse, you may want to avoid White Bear Mitsubishi. Hopefully, we can all agree on that!
That’s ok. I’ve yet to walk out of a dealership without puke in my mouth. I hate all dealers equally. They’re a necessary evil. I’d rather buy direct from the mfg. eff the middle man. Same with realtors. Wtf are they good for?
Ps happy Father’s Day!
And stay off my lawn!
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage SE wussie cvt edition. 1.2 automatic: 37.7 mpg (US) ... 16.0 km/L ... 6.2 L/100 km ... 45.3 mpg (Imp)
I suppose car salesmen & realtors have to make a living, too! The cream of the crop, however, are divorce attorneys. At least with the first two, you end up with a car or a house. The third one just leaves you with a large bill to pay.
With that said - Happy Father's Day to all the dads on the forum! There's more to life than cars, houses, and other toys!
Pulse would be more useful if it lit up upon sensing forward deceleration, economic drivers will shun the brake whenever possible and this can catch out drivers who are auditioning for the movie SPEED
Heres a funny complaint made to the government about the system.
photo taken from: https://www.nhtsa.gov/vehicle/2018/N...FWD#complaints
please consider checking out my Mirage related youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6c...IEViRFw/videos
I'm pretty surprised I've never been rear ended, I engine brake a lot, I've looked into buying one of those deceleration lights for motorbikes but it never seems like an easy solution.
I was even considering putting a mercury switch somewhere inline with the brake switch but I couldn't work out a good way
I'm looking forward to never really having to brake when good electric cars hit the second hand market