2018 Honda Clarity Touring PHEV - Forest Green w/Tan interior (wife's car)
2017 Volt LT - Heather Gray; black bow ties, Hidden Content
2012 ECO MT (Hidden Content ) - Black Granite/Cloth; Hidden Content ; Hidden Content ; OEM Fogs w/Chrome Covers; Hidden Content ; Hidden Content ; Hidden Content
2010 Mit Lancer GT MT (traded for ECO @31K miles)
2002 Pont Montana AWD (traded for 2012 LS MT @182K miles - title transferred to son on college graduation)
1990 Pont Transport (traded for Montana @240K miles)
1986 Fiero GT MT (traded for Transport - needed more seats)
1985 Fiero 2M4 MT (traded for Fiero GT @8K miles)
New Silverados it's down by your knee.
The Cobalt thing...That's a comedy of errors, starting with why they switched from the design switch and lock cylinder the ION used. Through to the redesign and the not changing the number, and people carrying 10 tons of crap on their keys, to people breaking law and speeding, drinking and driving, etc....
There was no reason to switch to keyless ignitions because of that, especially when they still didn't bother to fully switch anyway.
I'm over disliking that I had to get keyless access in order to get power/heated seats, and I do like the ability to walk up to my car and push the little button the door and unlock car without having keys in my hand. But that tech was available in 1997 and Id still rather have a key, that way I always know where it's at.
I will keep trying to find a solution to the horn honk every time you turn key off