Originally Posted by xenon
English - the forgotten language indeed.
What grates me is people who use "it's" instead of "its".
That sentence says: "Does it need more than 10% of it is list price added as options for example?"
Probably just me again...
Okay xenon but the idea was that the apostrophe meant the value "belonged" to the car - in this case I was wrong (well mostly wrong).
Okay then - fully loaded cars:
Must have every single
option ticked - except some options delete other options. So really a fully loaded car is impossible. It must also have the essential item for a "fully loaded" car - a "fully loaded" engine bay...
But who knows - maybe it's time for some blue sky thinking on this one?