Just curious, what cars were those hatches and what years were they? My guess, hatch rigidity has increased dramatically over the years. My RSX is a hatchback, and if feels solid as a rock.Originally posted by Danno
Stop talking like that, you're making us neighbours in the North (Canada) squirm with anticipation!
I can't wait for the day I can say "hey, it's in Canada"!!!! About the hatch vs. sedan issue: speaking from experience, I have had 2 hatches in my life, and let me tell you they don't feel "tight" at all. After about 3 years, the hatch just loosens up and squeaks! Having a sedan the car just feels better and stiffer!
Just my opinion... [/b]
No, if you heard it, you heard it... but the statement itself is wrong. I know this for a fact, at least when it comes to Mazda hatchbacks. They are rock solid also.Originally posted by Danno
I just heard that overall, sedans are more solid than hatchbacks, but I might be wrong.[/b]
That's a point we can't refuse. Sports equipment doesn't smell too nice! (Especially hockey gear that you really can't put in the washer...at all or at least not all the time). This is also why I see no future for smell-TV...:sarcI'm pretty sure I will go with a sedan this time around, because they almost look the same (advantage goes to hatch) and I don't want another hatch anyways... I want to be able to put my hockey equipment in my trunk and not smell it! [/b]
No no, those are two FINE examples of automotive excellence. :sarcOriginally posted by Danno
But then again, these aren't "fabulous" cars to say the least.[/b]