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Wednesday, January 04, 2006


We also have a Honda Odyssey, for safety and comfort reasons. First time I drove it, it was just like driving our Accord. We've had it for four years now and are confirmed Odyssey lovers. Great handling, no breakdowns, still roomy, decent gas mileage (better than the SUVs, anyway).

You can't tell an SUV owner that he's not any safer... It's a psychological thing, I guess. Plus they have to justify the expense and the low mileage.

Yeah, we really love our Odyssey too. We felt it handled much better and was more enjoyable to drive than the Sienna.

Now that's a useful list! I'll be looking for those models when I pay a visit to those car dealers Indianapolis, Indiana has. They have really nice cars on display. I hope that I'll be able to find a safe car for my family. I don't want to put any of my passengers in danger. Who would, right? It's a good thing that I've found a great list of cars like this before I can go to a car dealer. Indianapolis, my home town, has a lot of car dealers, so looking for a car is going to be a breeze!

As the saying goes, "the bigger they are, the harder they fall." I guess that pretty much applies to cars, too. The bigger the car, the tougher it is to handle. You've mentioned InformedForLife.org and it's risk calculation techniques. Could you share something about it?

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