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Old 10-25-2012, 03:08 PM
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Originally Posted by DrewE View Post
If they added AWD, it would pretty much cease to be a Fit: the magic seats would lose a lot of their magic (due to the space required for the rear differential and drive shaft and such), and probably the fuel tank would need to be moved, redesigned, or made dramatically smaller.

I'm not quite sure if "most of us" are looking at lowering the Fit, or only that there are a reasonable number who do and who naturally talk about it while the rest who aren't really interested in lowering don't discuss it (simply out of lack of interest). I know I have no desire whatsoever to lower my Fit; we get enough snowstorms and frost heaves and potholes in Vermont that I'll keep all the ground clearance I'm given. (Of course, snow isn't a concern worth mentioning in Brazil, so clearance for that reason is unimportant there.)

I would like the roof rails to be available, though. They would be mighty handy when/if I get a canoe or similar someday.
yah, well, we don't care about your canoe. :p
 
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Old 10-25-2012, 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by kenchan View Post
yah, well, we don't care about your canoe. :p
That's OK; you won't have to buy the roof rails for me, either.
 
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Old 10-25-2012, 05:35 PM
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note to self: vermont people wear wrinkled up panties.
 

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