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- n. Short for economy car.
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And they show that the designers were open to new ideas, thinking outside of the box rather than just being content with building another run-of-the-mill econocar.
I did the math for what I had put into maintenance in my Lexus and then calculated what that was costing me per month and then took a look at a monthly payment on an econocar after the clunker trade in and there was virtually no difference in terms of the cost per month.
Flat tire, by Flickr user Lissalou66Enlarge Photo TCC's Frugal Shopper ALERT: If you drive a small, aging econocar-or even a mid-size sedan-and have been thinking about new tires, get them now, because several weeks from now you might be paying $20 or $30 more for a set.
First, the tragedy: a few days ago, a smallish econocar spectacularly lost a battle with two tractor-trailer rigs not too far from our house.
Dimensions were stretched, a more potent engine added and amenities upgraded so it wouldn't be considered your basic econocar.
My point is that the Big 2.5 have to work to convince me and other low end ‘econocar’ buyers that their products will actually stand up under normal use my own experiences and the frequent slams against the Focus and Cavalier on the intertubes haven’t convinced me theycan.
On the schedule: brew another batch of beer tomorrow as a reward IF I squeeze in the water pump installation for the lil Saturn econocar and maybe bottle the molasses beer this weekend (