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    Premium vs Convertible

    "Premium vs Convertible" that is the thought that is going through my mind just now.
    I had a Mustang last year and I loved it, so I guess I'm asking : "What I am missing out on with the Premium"?

    Don.


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    This link gives you the differences. Looks like Premium is a station wagon type of vehicle, no convertibles https://www.uscarhire.com/cartypes.aspx . You would get much more space in a premium vehicle.
    Last edited by florida4sun; 01-07-2015 at 15:44.


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    Thanks Martin, I guess I'm kinda looking for opinions of folk that have driven "Premium Cars". I really liked the Mustang last year but I'm wondering if I want to "try another flavour/flavor", if you'll pardon the Adam Ant quote.


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    It all depends on what you like personally. Myself I really like convertibles when its just 2 of us and also love the space and comfort of the big station wagons. Trim wise you may get get a few extra buttons in the premium but I would say the overall factor is space, comfort and being up high in traffic


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    It is just the two of us right enough and the extra space sounds good, although, I managed to get 4 cases in the convertible, I put the roof down and put two in the backseat and then with the roof back up two in the boot! We did a massive amount of shopping last year and never had a problem getting all the bags in and what is about Wal-Mart? We never spent less than $100 in that place and somehow always ended up popping in for a quick look around...[msnembarrased]


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    Bet you don't do that in Asda though Bigblue...;-);-)
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    Not even close freddie! What do you think it is? Subliminal messages? some kind of gas as you walk in the front door? lol

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