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This is an insult to seniors!!! We do not buy cars based on our age. We buy the vehicles we want just like we always have. Personally, at 68, I still love my full size pickup. It is easier to step up into it and step down from it than it is to fall in and need a hoist to get out. Give me a break.
I'm very close to retirement age and I just bought a Corvette. It will be with me well into retirement. I don't understand why the cars on the list are any better than the thousands of other cars available. They are probably perfectly fine cars, but I don't want any of them. And I don't think the list is relevant.
The cars listed are similar to the ones I owned when I needed to haul around my kids. When I retire I plan to buy something sporty, like a Camero SS or Mustang GT. I know these cars are fossils, but so am I.
Why is "keyless start" a "feature for older drivers"?
Are you assuming that once we reach a certain age, we no longer have the strength to turn a key?
Pushing a button to start a vehicle went away in the late 40's, and there's no good reason to bring the "technology" back!
Sorry but there isn,t a car on this list I would give you two cents for. The people comprising these lists must have stock in cars from other lands. Really too bad to.
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