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      04-23-2011, 06:27 AM   #45
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The video is great, and the package is gorgeous! Great combinations! So--was it worth the wait?
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      04-23-2011, 06:48 AM   #46
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The video is great, and the package is gorgeous! Great combinations! So--was it worth the wait?
Worth the wait!
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if you have pets….

2 of the boston terriers getting excited about going for a ride

Couple of notes about the X3 and pets…the leather wipes off nicely..

One of my dogs has already figured out how to lower the windows…and you can't lock the passenger front window (he went from the back window when I locked it to the front and promptly lowered the window)

The alarm will go off if you leave them in the car and lock it..

…and yes that is dried bird poop on Harriet's backside (one of the hazards of living with a bunch of birds..this isn't her first "poop bomb" and won't be her last

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Congrats fedinand!

Love the videos, particularly the terriers in action

Very nice combination. I wasn't sure about the chestnut when I first saw it in photos a few months ago but it looks better and better each time I see it
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Ack! Cute dogs, but as a clean freak I feel like I need to wipe the paw prints off your passanger seat
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Ack! Cute dogs, but as a clean freak I feel like I need to wipe the paw prints off your passanger seat
I promise I wiped down the passenger seat and the back seats right after I did the drivers seat!
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The alarm will go off if you leave them in the car and lock it..
You can avoid that by pressing the lock button twice when you lock the car. This disables the interior motion sensor and the tilt alarm but leaves the rest of the system active.
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You can avoid that by pressing the lock button twice when you lock the car. This disables the interior motion sensor and the tilt alarm but leaves the rest of the system active.
Thanks - good to know! No more being "that car" in the parking lot!
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