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Volvo S60

22 June, 2006

Volvo S60
The Capitalist Infidel had fun today. The Capitalist Infidel got to drive a Volvo S60. Szez rented the car and The Capitalist Infidel got to drive it. It felt good. When The Capitalist Infidel first saw the car, The Capitalist Infidel was surprised that my JC classmate could get her hands on a car like that. It looked classy, for a student anyway.

When Szez started driving, The Capitalist Infidel got a nice surprise, the acceleration was pretty powerful. That was when The Capitalist Infidel found out that its engine was turbocharged. The Capitalist Infidel likes turbocharged engines.

When The Capitalist Infidel got to take over the wheels, The Capitalist Infidel felt that the controls of the car, from steering to brake and acceleration pedals, seemed loose. They were pretty unresponsive to light touches. The Capitalist Infidel didn't like those surprises on the road. The Capitalist Infidel hopes that is was just the result of wear and tear for Volvo's sake.

What The Capitalist Infidel was impressed with was the fact that the car had a built in mobile phone. Volvo is keeping its reputation for being one of the safest cars by displaying impressive innovation and coming up with products to coax its drivers out of screwing up. No more hassles about holding a mobile phone when driving.

The Capitalist Infidel was pleased with Volvo's S60. The handling was the only disappointing aspect of an otherwise very sporty and functional car. The Capitalist Infidel enjoyed driving the Volvo S60.

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