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Old 8/9/07, 06:33 PM
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I like it!
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Old 8/9/07, 07:05 PM
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thats green?llooks like a really dark mineral gey
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Sean, is that your Expedition?
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That looks really nice!
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It looks cool, but thats one of those vehicles I look at and wonder how on Earth I'd ever be able to try and park it
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Oh hush, your Focus is what, the size of my II? Wheres your large vehicle cred?
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It can't be hard to park. I have no problem parking my moms yukon xl, and my 17yo cousin can park her family's fifteen passenger van with no problem! (11 kids! LOL!)
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Yeah, parking is not that big deal. I never had problems parking my F-150.
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Old 8/10/07, 12:59 PM
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Bleehhhh

I can't stand driving larger vehicles. I only feel comforable driving smaller coupes. I can see out of them better
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Old 8/10/07, 02:13 PM
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It can't be hard to park.

I don't even know how that makes sense. The external dimensions are huge, as is the turning circle, visibility is poor. Relative to just about any other car, parking an Expedition is hard. Unless you just thought you'd take advantage of such a great opportunity to brag about your parking prowess, that was a dumb claim to make.
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It's probably hard for somebody who doesn't drive bigger vehicles. I remember first time I drove 2001 Lincoln Navigator ... that thing was huge, it took me forever to park it. Even when I went from Ford Escort to Dodge Intrepid - Intrepid was really difficult to drive and park.

But for me, parking my F-150 which is just as long (or probably even longer) as Expedition, parking is not a big deal.
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Old 8/10/07, 03:40 PM
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I drove a tahoe for about 10 minutes once. Driving around in Berkeley, driver "had to go" so we chinese fire drilled it and I drove until he was back lol.

No parking neccessary.
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In my experience, trucks are easier to drive than SUVs. Rear visibility on trucks is a lot better.
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Originally Posted by AnotherMustangMan View Post
I don't even know how that makes sense. The external dimensions are huge, as is the turning circle, visibility is poor. Relative to just about any other car, parking an Expedition is hard. Unless you just thought you'd take advantage of such a great opportunity to brag about your parking prowess, that was a dumb claim to make.
I'm not bragging. No a big suv is not as easy to park as a small coupe, but it's still not that hard unless it's only someone's first time, etc. Unless you mean finding a spot, that can be a pain sometimes.
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Originally Posted by AnotherMustangMan View Post
I don't even know how that makes sense. The external dimensions are huge, as is the turning circle, visibility is poor. Relative to just about any other car, parking an Expedition is hard. Unless you just thought you'd take advantage of such a great opportunity to brag about your parking prowess, that was a dumb claim to make.

It's not hard. All you have to do is pay attention to what you are doing. I've done it a million times(not an exact number) with everything from a 70 ton tank on down.
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I'll stick to non-tanks and not having to pay attention.
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yeah i'm all about the tiny cars that you can fit anywhere, that's coming from somebody living downtown, so i'm sure you can understand.
arin, care to help me out on the chinese fire drill thing? I feel like i should really know what that means...
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Everyone jumps out of the car at a red light and runs around the car to get in a different seat.
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I prefer a STANG!
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