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For the wife really. Test drove the Sport and then the Pop. I prefer the Sport a little but found the Sport seats a little short in the bench. But car was for the wife and she was buying it and didn't want to spend the extra $$.

So got a blue pop-5spd manual O
Only options:
1-15" alloys ($500)
2-Spare tire donut underneat (350-all 500s at the dealer have this option installed)

plus tax tag, tags...etc $18K OTD...that's including everything. 0% financing for 5yrs.

A decent deal I guess for southern Calif. and our high taxes.

Wife loves the car and I think it's pretty **** fun too. Won't be modding it as I'm not making the payments. Plus could care less and like the little thing as is :)


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haha. ive seen that said before then 2 months later wife is wondering why her car is alway being taken for a "grocery store run" on the weekends.
LOL.....I know. I already told her if she wants to rest her left leg on her commute sometime, she can drive my automatic Focus anytime. :) Somehow I don't see that happening anytime soon. Luckily when we take one car, she prefers I drive.....especially at night. So I'm sure I'll be able to play in the Fiat a decent amount after her infatuation subsides some.
 

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For the wife really. Test drove the Sport and then the Pop. I prefer the Sport a little but found the Sport seats a little short in the bench. But car was for the wife and she was buying it and didn't want to spend the extra $$.

So got a blue pop-5spd manual O
Only options:
1-15" alloys ($500)
2-Spare tire donut underneat (350-all 500s at the dealer have this option installed)

plus tax tag, tags...etc $18K OTD...that's including everything. 0% financing for 5yrs.

A decent deal I guess for southern Calif. and our high taxes.

Wife loves the car and I think it's pretty **** fun too. Won't be modding it as I'm not making the payments. Plus could care less and like the little thing as is :)


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I am with you on the modding thing and I have no payments thankfully. I figured going from 500hp down to 101 means I was looking for stellar mileage and not a hopped up 4. Of coarse everyone is entitled to do their own thing without a doubt. Cheers
 
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