My previous car was a 1993 Chevy Lumina equipped with.... ZERO CUP HOLDERS!Thomme said:Geek factor, fuel economy, carpool privileges, environment, cup holders.
OK, so the cup holders aren't so revolutionary.
Mtn, everything works in mine...And after 3 days, let me tell you...This is a special car!MtnTraveler said:Cupholders... I joke about that quite a bit. I have never had cupholders. My '84 Volvo was cupholderless! Oh well, I don't feel the compelling need to drink anyway. In fact, the whole coffee ritual cracks me up! Anyway if this car ever shows up, I'll have cupholders, electric windows, CD player, and (maybe) everything else that actually *works* instead of being broken.
I am glad you stated the obvious. MPG and environment are linked. I bought for the combination of great MPG and P-ZEV.Phish Phood said:Better MPG to me is BETTER for the environment. I do a 1-2 hour commute each way to Los Angeles 5 days a week. My sister's car averages 20 mpg, I'm getting about 50mpg now with my Prius. My BF and I are environment conscious and believe the great emission ratings as well as gasoline consumption (the less used the better) does great things.