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MsMS wrote:Me: 1993 Toyota Camry, 220k miles, 25 mpg suburbanMrMS has 2 vehicles: 1997 Toyota Corolla and a "monster truck"- Yukon XL. The Yukon stays parked unless he needs it for towing or hauling tools and wood and stuff around- though, it doesn't get horrible gas mileage for its size- about 18-20 mpg unless we're towing the trailer.I think my poor old Camry will be put out to pasture in the next year or so, and we'll get a Prius (or Aptera if they're available). Something cool and efficient for a commuter car...Edited to add: I forgot the other vehicle we own... a 14 foot canoe! Coolest wedding present ever... though it was quite hilarious when we tried to tie it on top of the Corolla....-MsMS
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