Well, these things do happen. My shared community property now includes a Prius which replaced a Subaru Forester. The mileage is good, the hatch accommodates the prerequisite stand-up base and the dealership actually gave a good deal (a bit more than 10% off of MSRP, no destination charge and full-market value on the trade). And, the thing is pretty dawn quiet. In fact, it's so quiet, a state trooper had to tell me how fast I was driving when I was only 10-minutes into my first drive. The old Subaru made lots of noise on those grocery and hardware store runs. We'll see how this goes. It's not bad, but it's also not inspiring. The biggest issue to arise is that the golf cart is both newer and more valuable than the 5 or the 3 and, therefore, a member of the family feels that the golf cart should occupy a space in the garage vs the car port. It's not going to be happy situation. Wish me well.