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Totally agree with #11 Wipers, it's never consistant and sometimes the wipers start to go so fast even without big rain.. Very annoying.
By any chance were you driving on the Met near Des Sources yesterday morning? Was in Montreal for the weekend and saw a blue Touring in that area



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what I do when I fill up is leave the rear driver's side door open.

Doors won't lock, you don't have to leave the keys in the car, and you just close it when you're done.
Not convenient if it's raining. Plus my rear passengers don't want gas fumes or heat or me staring at them when I'm refueling. :)

Hmmmm. I've only had mine for a few days and haven't had to fill up yet but this seems like it's a real pain. I've pretty much decided to not use the auto lock feature as I'm old school that way.
Love the auto lock. Hate that auto lock integrates with the fuel lid.
 

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Not convenient if it's raining. Plus my rear passengers don't want gas fumes or heat or me staring at them when I'm refueling. :)
I didn't realize gas station in Texas don't have roofs.
Also, if you have passengers, just leave the key in the car.

...and if by chance, you happen upon a gas station with a roof and you don't have any passengers, just leave the back door ajar - annoying problem solved.
 

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I didn't realize gas station in Texas don't have roofs.
Also, if you have passengers, just leave the key in the car.

...and if by chance, you happen upon a gas station with a roof and you don't have any passengers, just leave the back door ajar - annoying problem solved.
Not only do we have roofs, we Texans even have buildings, indoor plumbing and, shoot, sometimes we even have these fancy things y'all call doors... Yippee Kai Yay!!!
 

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Not only do we have roofs, we Texans even have buildings, indoor plumbing and, shoot, sometimes we even have these fancy things y'all call doors... Yippee Kai Yay!!!
lol, so if you have all those things that are designed to shield you from the elements, what is inconvenient about leaving the back door open while refueling?

Also, is it true all your doors look like this?
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