A zippy car for fun times.
My car is comfortable and reliable and performs well. I bought it when I lived in Seattle, Washington, because I lived on a hill and it performed well getting up our hill when it was icy. It was a popular car in Seattle where everyone had an outdoorsy lifestyle and we often drove on hills and in the mountains. The car has a hatchback which was good when my boys were St home for hauling sports equipment, instruments and backpacks. It was also helpful for carrying large amounts of groceries. I amid felt it was a safe car for new drivers. Seattle is a crowded city and it is often difficult to find parking. My car was easy to park and got into smaller spaces. When are boys we’re out of school and living independently we moved with our car to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We drove the car from Seattle to phalli. It was 4 years old then and it performed well on the trip. We had room to take some of our more fragile possessions that we didn't want to risk sending with the movers in the moving van. We completed the trip without problems. However, my husband complained that the driver’s seat irritated his sciatica. He became very uncomfortable every time he drove for more than about an hour-long shift. This resulted in my having to do a lot more of the driving than I would have liked to do on that trip and on other trips since then. Now that we live in Philadelphia, I would like to replace the car with one that has a trunk. I worry that my car will be broken into and things will be stolen. Also, since my husband takes public transportation to work here, he does not have a car. Now that we have only one car, I would rather have something other than the Outback. I would rather have something roomier and a little more upscale to drive visitors and friends around in.