Thread: Keyless Entry?
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Old 03-25-2003, 02:10 PM   #4
Jaseball
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The alarm is easy, but will cost you for aftermarket. You will be using this car for some time, so make sure you get what you want and don't take some answer of "Well, we may be able to do it later on," because after the 30 days/1500 miles they don't need to do anything at all beyond saying, "I'm sorry."

Keyless entry, an alarm, power locks/windows, leather and a sunroof were what I wanted in my SL2 and if it had those features I'd probably still have it and probably driven it into the ground.

Get what you want and be happy now. Some people get new cars/models every year or every few years, but if you like to find a new car and drive it into the ground like some of us, then make sure you get one in which you will be happy to drive it into the ground for as long as you own the vehicle.

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