Well its finally time for us to say goodbye to our family Saturn Vue.
We recently spent a week out west with a Nissan Sentra. This wasn’t my first time in a Sentra, but it was the first time I spent a decent amount of time with one. Thankfully we had the opportunity to experience this mainstream model in various situations all while experiencing the west side of our country.
The old saying about adopting a brand new vehicle upon it’s initial release being a bad move could be right. But sometimes if you stick it out you can enjoy a reliable daily driver.
I believe that it’s a good thing to be open-minded. Even nature verifies this. If you are not robust and flexible or open to options in an ever-changing environment, you’re doomed. Even a mighty tree that isn’t somewhat flexible will snap in a strong wind. If we rely on one type of sustenance, we starve when the supply ends. Period.
…I’ve heard it mentioned before from others and I have to agree; though small on the outside, it’s surprisingly “sufficient” on the inside. I had absolutely no problems getting into and out of the car. The seating position was upright, but very comfortable. Visibility was also excellent.
I was surprised by the arrival of an Infiniti G25x in my driveway. Of course I couldn’t resist the opportunity to take a close look at it and rate it for the daily driver it is. I didn’t have the usual amount of time available so I hurried and took off on a nice autumn ride suitable to see if there was any glaring faults or benefits to this vehicle.