What does everyone do here to be able to afford this car ?
I do workforce development for a DoD contractor, but a more accurate answer would be - work my ass off. I feel like I was born to drive this truck, and that its performance characteristics were plucked straight from my robust little imagination. I cannot wait to get in the mountains with this thing.
I will be honest with you…I am a Physician Assistant in a small Midwest town. I try to live below my means, work hard to keep my body healthy, and I invest fairly heavily in higher risk investments (because I intend to work well into my late 70’s…61 now). 3 grown boys. 2 in manufacturing, 1 just finished his masters in biology and is interviewing for research careers. I have been looking at cleaner energy sources for years. Hydrogen fuel cell cars, hybrids, EVs. Don’t care for Elon musk, but highly respect RJ. Intelligent, forward thinking, driven, environmentally conscious individual (talking RJ here). I want to do my part to help preserve our future for those who will be here when I am gone, and I think it’s great that all of us who are patiently waiting for our vehicles are helping American manufacturing with clean, well paying, meaningful careers. I am willing to tap my 401K early to do it. Can’t (but have to) wait to get my solar panels installed with a battery, exit the grid, and start drastically cutting my carbon footprint when my vehicle is delivered. I love my Subaru Outback, but it is the last ICE vehicle I will ever own.Just stopped eating beef d/t the big carbon load it takes to process it. I consider MUCH more expensive not to buy this vehicle.
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