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Car Review

This week’s car has been long-awaited by US customers. It forced me to face the crushing personal disappointment of driving a good car, made by people who love cars, for people who love cars.


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7 Responses to Car Review

  • Okay Dale…..you managed to be gloriously snarky about not being able to be snarky.   I haven’t gotten out of the first paragraph and I’m already laughing.    I just had to say it now.

  • Damn you, if I start taking an interest in cars you will be to blame!

  • Dale, you should try to get that site to allow comments that are not twitter-fied.  I would have “liked” your piece with a more user-friendly (or this user, anyhow) means.
    Also would have liked a review of an automatic transmission version.  I have driven twenty-speed trucks (a 5 and 4), but I really do not need a manual transmission in my lil’ car.

    • Then you can’t have a Fiesta ST. It only comes with a 6-speed manual. Those are the rules.
      I also have no control whatsoever over how Medium works. I only write there.

      • Then you can’t have a Fiesta ST. It only comes with a 6-speed manual. Those are the rules.

        Well, not having a working left leg leaves me out! :-)

  • The first new car I ever bought was a Ford Escort which was a step above the Fiesta which, back then, was considered a mousetrap on wheels.  So this is kind of a pleasant shock.