I saw you with your Kia and I know you really loved that car. It was a good car. It got you from point A to point B. But over time, it started costing you money and time. It took so much work just to keep it running. And as much as you put into it, all it really did was get you from point A to point B. If you’re honest, the seats were uncomfortable, the gas mileage was not that good, the speakers were cheap and so were the thrills. Now you’re back in the car lot and it’s full of luxury vehicles. Nice ones that have leather interior, strong frames, and reliable engines. They not only get you from point A to point B, but they seem to care what you want and what makes you happy. You leave point A and almost don’t even care about getting to point B because the journey is so unforgettably awesome. Will your friends still like you if you walk back to the Kia in the scrap yard? Sure. Will they respect you? Of course. But a Kia with a new paint job is still a Kia. Tinted windows don’t make it a Mercedes. New tires don’t make it a BMW. It will always be a Kia.
You deserve luxury. Not this: