infiniti fx45 price : do you move your own gear? that's not all that big a ride for gigging. it'ssharp no doubt, and acually looks pretty cool for a station wagon. i'vefound that a Mini-van is about the right size for me. i could use a smallercar for general gigging, but when i have to do my own cartage for recordingsessions, i'd never be able to fit all my gear in a station wagon, or anSUV, or a PT Crusier...ectthe one good thing about your "new ride" is that it s low lift to get yourgearint o the back. same thing with a mini-van. the back bumper average SUVis at least a foot higher off the ground. a much higher distance to liftyour gear--"No matter what you do, do it single-mindedly, without a second use for themind, without external distractions, without interfering thoughts. This isself-discipline!" --Master Sheng-yen, in Dharma Drum"nick amoroso" wrote in message...Yuck!I like that new Infiniti thing, the Nissan Murano and the Honda Element.I have been putting alot of thought into the new Murano. I almost got onearound the holidays but backed out. they are very cool, pretty fast if youhave ever been in one..."Dan Radin" wrote in message...
infiniti fx45 price : i dig the murano, but i absolutely LOVE the fx45. great power, and veryindividual in its look. you either love it or hate it - i love it. i don'tthink it (or the murano) is big enough for my needs (but then again, neither isthe dodge magnum in my link, probably). i've driven the honda element. while the interior is certainly functional, thevehicle's quite underpowered, and bottom line - i just can't STAND the way itlooks. the scion by toyota looks even worse, to me.peace,professional drums and instructionproud endorser of silver fox drumsticks-----"see not everything i post is a waste!" ~ dennis dennisonNick,did you drive an auto or stick Element? I drove the stick and was surprised by it'spick up. It is about an 8 second 0-60 car, so that is not slow. The FX45 is a low 60-60, but it is about double the price of the Element. The Element is going to beour next car.--Robert Schuh"Everything that elevates an individual above the herd and intimidates the neighbour is henceforth called evil; and the fair, modest, submissive and conforming mentality, the mediocrity of desires attains moral designations and honors" - Nietzsche
infiniti fx45 price : peace,professional drums and instructionproud endorser of silver fox drumsticks-----"see not everything i post is a waste!" ~ dennis dennisonyeh, i move all my gear myself. i currently own a montero sport, and althoughi love it, i'm REALLY longing for something fun to drive again. i'd *love* toget a sports sedan, like a nissan altima or mazda 6s, but it's completelyimpractical.i'm a total car lover. i've been reading car & driver and road & track since iwas 12. i want something i can drive passionately again. does that make anysense? peace,professional drums and instructionproud endorser of silver fox drumsticks-----"see not everything i post is a waste!" ~ dennis dennisonas to getting your gear in there... depends how much gear, you're the one toknow. What I can say is that that car looks VERY smart, a modern designwithout looking ridiculous as many cars end up looking trying to be modern.Seems very comfortable, very powerful.. Take into account also the extremelyhigh maintenance that that car has, hehehe A very nice car, I suppose pretty expensive too, and I'd have to see iton the inside to see if it's also practical or if it's one of the new breedof cars that are built like a kind of utility vehicle, but are not like themreally, like many 4x4s nowadays that are very luxurious but are not reallyapt for running round the countryside. If this car if not too delicate onthe inside, is ample, useful, and you are prepared to care for the costs ofit's fuel consumption and it's 295 tyre consumption, go for it, it looks agreat car, markzzzz
infiniti fx45 price : Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRESHOUSTON -- Maybe not in Texas, the big-car capital of the world, but sportutility vehicles across the U.S. are shrinking.Sales of the largest SUVs - General Motors Corp.'s (GM) Suburban and FordMotor Corp.'s (F) Excursion - are in double-digit declines (the Excursionwill reportedly exit the market after 2004 due to slow sales). The hot newSUVs are so-called "crossover" vehicles, based on platforms from carsinstead of trucks.Yet even if the largest SUVs' declining popularity brings an increase inU.S. fuel economy, analysts and observers expect the trend to have anegligible effect on U.S. gasoline demand."People getting out of a huge SUV and into just a large SUV isn't going todo much," said Kevin Smith, editor in chief of Motor Trend magazine.Analysts don't know precisely how the trend will affect fuel economy. But a10% increase in the fuel economy of new passenger cars and light trucks suchas SUVs - assuming factors such as average miles driven in a year - couldsave the U.S. a little more than 1 billion gallons of gasoline a year. Asnew cars replace older ones on the road, the effect would be cumulative,increasing savings, said John Maples, an analyst with the U.S. Department ofEnergy's Energy Information Administration.
infiniti fx45 price : But, Maples added, even that savings makes a dent of less than 1% in totalU.S. gasoline demand, which the EIA estimates was 8.844 million barrels aday in 2002.Government analysts project U.S. gasoline demand will grow by 2.5% thisyear. Although trimming demand growth would have some impact, the "take-backeffects" of higher gas mileage would ensure it's a small one."When cars get cheaper to drive, people drive more," Maples said.The number of vehicle miles traveled has already risen in the last decade,despite declines in fuel economy."There are more vehicles on the road, and people are just using theirvehicles more," Maples said. "You're kind of fighting an uphill battle." Fuel Economy Remains LowAutomobile engines are more efficient than those built a couple of decadesago, though that efficiency has been directed toward horsepower instead offuel economy in recent years.Add to that the demand for larger, heavier sport utility vehicles, and theresult is the lowest overall fuel economy in history, Maples said.The average fuel economy among U.S. cars of all ages these days hoversaround 22 miles per gallon, according to the U.S. Department ofTransportation's Federal Highway Administration. For new cars, thefuel-economy average jumps to about 24.5 miles per gallon.
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