I must be like a monk next to you guys. I often prefer simple silence and scenery rather than cell phone, radio and other gibberish.batmanwagon said:Seriously, you buy a car to commute places, not to watch TV. We're already all distracted enough by cellphones, don't add TV to the mix. If someone drove into me while they were watching TV, I'd deck them and quite happily face the resulting lawsuit.
Congrats on your purchase. Not sure if you've remedied this as you didn't mention it in your last post. As for your door concern. The doors don't shut properly because there is air trapped inside the car. If all the other windows and doors are closed, it creates a seal and when you go to close the door, excess air tries to escape and it slows down the door like an invisible barrier (resistance). You won't have trouble closing the door if one of the windows in the car is open a tiny bit.swanich said:The only real gripe i have with the car is having to really slam the doors for the doors to shut