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Re: 2004 Grand Vitara - Mileage

Hi, Pat.  Sounds like you are doing well.  I only have 130,000 on my little 2004 SUV.  I decided to park it for awhile.  For my BD, I bought a Mazda 3
BEAU
Sep 23, 2015
#23327
 
23326

Re: 2004 Grand Vitara - Mileage

Yeah, as moderator, I'm still around. Plus, I want to help out with these machines pretty much indefinitely, if possible. Darci, did it hang around like
mckellyb
Sep 13, 2015
#23326
 
23325

Re: 2004 Grand Vitara - Mileage

Still here in my new place in Gates, Oregon. still have the second GV, a 2001. About 190k on the clock now. Drive my truck quite a bit except in the snow.
P Rahm
Sep 2, 2015
#23325
 
23324

2004 Grand Vitara - Mileage

Hi. Is anyone still here? I drove my 2004 6V automatic up to Wyoming a few weeks back. 15 mpg. Of course, I was on I-25 most of the way. Lots of long
redfoxtotem
Aug 31, 2015
#23324
 
23323

Re: Still cruising in my 2000 GV

GOOD NEWS!!   My 2004 has 130,000 and now that I don't have to drive back and forth to work every day of my life, it should be around as long as I am!!  :)
BEAU
May 29, 2015
#23323
 
23322

Still cruising in my 2000 GV

It has 275000 mile and it still does 85 like it's nobodies business... However I did lose 4 wd... Check engine light is always on but in Massachusetts, after
tumblindis
May 27, 2015
#23322
 
23321

Re: STILL LOVIN' MY 2004 GRAND VITARA!!

Still have my crunched front end 2001. Rear brakes within next two weeks. NO longer DD. DD now Chevy 3500 diesel. What a difference! Pat
P Rahm
May 6, 2015
#23321
 
23320

Re: STILL LOVIN' MY 2004 GRAND VITARA!!

I still have my 2000 GV ... This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. http://www.avast.com
Vic Arnone
May 5, 2015
#23320
 
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STILL LOVIN' MY 2004 GRAND VITARA!!

Did everyone sell their little GV SUVs?? Thankfully, my little SUV has been a faithful vehicle for me!! (Fingers crossed.) Now that I have retired (thank
redfoxtotem
May 5, 2015
#23319
 
23318

Re: TOWING THE GRAND VITARA

Always a catch ... gotta have the "funds" $$$!!! I had my first house guests last week. They were duly impressed with my FOREVER HOME!! I can see Pike's
BEAU
Aug 11, 2014
#23318
 
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Re: TOWING THE GRAND VITARA

MAJOR CONGRATS, PAT!!! I had a doe in my back yard awhile ago. Think she got tired of seeing me around. I hope so ... she has to cross a fairly busy street
BEAU
Aug 11, 2014
#23317
 
23316

Re: TOWING THE GRAND VITARA

My trucklet got towed on a car hauler behind 26 foot uhaul just last weekend for a 250 miles move. This first timer bought a house in Gates, Oregon. Stoked.
P Rahm
Jul 25, 2014
#23316
 
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Re: TOWING THE GRAND VITARA

No worries, Darci! Sorry for the troubles. Yeah, U-Haul runs their equipment into the ground, not realizing preventative maintenance is much less costly than
mckellyb
Jul 24, 2014
#23315
 
23314

Re: TOWING THE GRAND VITARA

THANKS, PAT!!! I have a couple of emails they sent to me that I haven't responded to, yet. (Too busy unpacking!!) I WILL definitely let the main office know
BEAU
Jul 21, 2014
#23314
 
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Re: TOWING THE GRAND VITARA

So glad you all arrived safely. In spite of the hassle. Please contact U-Haul hdqtrs in Arizona and document your issues. You may be surprised at the
P Rahm
Jul 2, 2014
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