That's Silverfox, actually. Back in February he was the first person on this forum to own a Caliber (before sales brochures were out and before salespeople knew any details about the car), and he graciously provided us with SO much first-hand information about the car - and two videos.n1vek said:What is this grayfox video?
I'm with you on this one. I've been playing with the thought of getting a Jeep for the last few years. But until this last year I've realized that it isn't very practical for my uses. I have a 1997 Hyundai Accent right now. And I've realized how much I use the hatchback. I brought an ENTIRE patio set home in my car, mind you the table was sticking out a fair bit. But I enjoy the functionality. When I saw the Caliber, it was exactly what I wanted. It has a nice sporty look to it, the 4 door makes it nice on insurance, and its got the hatchback I've grown to love. I can't wait to try out the musicgate at the Drive-In this summer (if I have it by summer, LOL). And the GF has family about 8 hours away, so the Chill-Zone will definately be used. I'm even thinking about keeping 6 inch subs in it, LOL. I'm very excited about my purchase. This being my first new car (I'm 24), it sucks to have to wait, but I know I'll enjoy it once it arrives.goof1 said:RadioDude. Here is my reason. You finally have a car company that getsit. It's the small new little features. You have the chill zone for your drinks on a trip or if you go biking. You have the Music gate for tailgaiting, yes even for us 50 years plus. You have storage for a mp3 player that I even own(I have my son down load 60 and 70's on it). You have a arm rest that will fit any size person(even if some people have complained about it moving). We all spend so much time now with our cars, it's these added features that make it wanted by all ages. The price for all these also helps. As long as the quality is good, this could be Dodge's biggest hit in years.