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My bride went w/ a silver Touring Ody and a month later I chose a BCP Elite PP, all fine buggies,
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Welcome Dynamic DJ's! That's definately a first for in here!
That's impressive, never bought two new cars at the same time, closest I did was buying my Passport in March and my daughters Forester in June (this year)!

Hope to hear about BOTH of them in our Forums here...

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Welcome Dynamic DJ's! That's definately a first for in here!
That's impressive, never bought two new cars at the same time, closest I did was buying my Passport in March and my daughters Forester in June (this year)!

Hope to hear about BOTH of them in our Forums here...

Cheers
I bought my wife's CR-V and my Passport at the same time! I just realized I have to pay for registration on both now at the same time (in Colorado it is a use tax, so I'll have to shell out about $1600 for the two) Woops ?
 

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You 2 look great together! ??
 

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I bought my wife's CR-V and my Passport at the same time! I just realized I have to pay for registration on both now at the same time (in Colorado it is a use tax, so I'll have to shell out about $1600 for the two) Woops ?
Holy smokes.... thats worse than California registration. Its like $650 for my passport . Cant imagine a CRV is more than that
 

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Holy smokes.... thats worse than California registration. Its like $650 for my passport . Cant imagine a CRV is more than that
It will be about $736 for the CR-V and $946 for the Passport. It is based on MSRP and weight. For the next 4 years, the cost goes down to ~$100(?), so Colorado does not encourage the purchase of a new car.

What does Colorado do with that revenue? They certainly do not make smooth quiet roads, in town or on the highway! They do create massive 4-way intersections where the light changes so fast that sometimes only the first two rows make it through if people are paying attention! ?
 

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It is my impression the state legislators see car taxes and gasoline revenue as the federal government sees the Social Security revenue: as easy cash to spend on their pet projects and not maintaining the roads and highways.
 
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