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Old 3rd December 2010, 10:29   #16
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None taken.

Actually, we like that the Yeti is small. It's remarkable easy for us to manouevre and park and thats a boon for owner driven cars.

That it is as spacious if not more spacious than the Cruze only helps the cause further
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Good choice and believe me you will enjoy the Yeti like none other. You can confidently drive it all over the place and carry decent speeds on highways, yet feel luxurious inside and enjoy decent FE coupled with a sturdy build and long lasting components.

Waiting for your initial ownership report now.
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As decision has been taken on the vehicle. Closing this thread !!
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