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Name one minor detail you like about your LH

Laura's thread inspired this post. Most of the replies are the same. We love our big cars.

This thread, mention one small detail you've noticed and like about your LH car that most other cars do not feature.

I like how the key hole is shaped like a funnel. No fumbling around. Aim and insert.
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A small detail, I like the location of the trunk pop button.

I like the fact that these are one of the easiest cars out there to do repair work on.
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That some premium BCMs (like the 1 in my trep) go crazy and suddenly you get a free alarm system
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I like the lack of the keyhole on the passenger side door. ( at least on the 04 ) Probably part of the cost cutting, but why have it if you don't need it.
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If I'm not mistaken, I was told that if you have the A/C on, the A/C clutch disengages when you're at full throttle. If this is true, it's a great idea.
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If I'm not mistaken, I was told that if you have the A/C on, the A/C clutch disengages when you're at full throttle. If this is true, it's a great idea.
Most cars in general do that.
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Most cars in general do that.
I didn't know that! The other thing I liked (common with almost all Chrysler's) is that the front doors would automatically unlock when you'd try to open the doors from the inside.
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I like the location of the hood release
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I like that most of these cars came with full size spares
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i like that I can get buy three for under $1000 around here
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From the time we bought it I always felt like the cupholders on the ends of the armrests in our '97 (split bench front seat) were the most useful and best designed holders I have ever used. They sit at the abolute perfect angle for me. I don't like the ones in my son's '96 ES (console) nearly as much.
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From the time we bought it I always felt like the cupholders on the ends of the armrests in our '97 (split bench front seat) were the most useful and best designed holders I have ever used. They sit at the abolute perfect angle for me. I don't like the ones in my son's '96 ES (console) nearly as much.
Never saw them on the bench seat cars but I have to say that they suck on a console car
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Never saw them on the bench seat cars but I have to say that they suck on a console car
They sit exactly where my arm naturally rests. No fumbling around to put your drink in plus they fit such a variety of cups or bottles. Maybe it's just me
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i like that I can get buy three for under $1000 around here
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I am 6'4" 280 pounds, simply put, I fit.
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