1st: This is Jalopnik, no one here buys new cars.
It was an explosive report.
It’s shocking, but they can back it up with some pretty authoritative grafs.
The minefield between Mauritania and Morocco / Western Sahara is quite tense the first time you drive through it. Stay on the soft sand - if you think you see a road surface, that’s more likely to have landmines. Read more
Yup. We see it every year here in snow country. Every single year the first real snowfall ends with a bumper crop of morons (usually in Jeeps or the like) in the ditch because they forgot how to drive in the snow.
Tesla is probably blocking Geordi because he’s calling from an android device.
My first brand new car was a 2004 Mazda3 as well. I *really* liked that car. Unfortunately, an idiot that didn’t know how to drive in the snow hit the rear after failing to stop and spun me head-on into a light standard. That was when I learned how loud airbags are. Read more
My old 1988 Mazda 323 GTX had a similar feature on the optional ‘digital dash’. Below the fuel gauge there’s a button labeled “SCALE CHANGE”. Press it, and the fuel gauge would switch to showing the last 1/4 tank across the full LCD display. So when you get down to the last two bars on the gauge, you can press the…
I feel that way about modern premium German brands. I’d drive an 80's / 90's 5 series or Benz but you couldn’t pay me to drive anything new by any of the German Big three. I also like Porsches but their club meets are full of the most insufferable people I’ve ever met.
There are 7 stars in the Subaru logo, you just can’t see the seventh due to the vape cloud blocking it.
Saab. Explaining why would take too long, and I’m in the greys on Jalopnik, so no one will see this anyway. But yeah, poor, amazing, wonderful Saab.
2nd Gear: Are you saying he, um, welched on the deal?
EVERYONE PACK YOUR BAGS AND GO HOME. WE HAVE A WORLD CHAMPION. CALL IT QUITS.
No low ballers. He knows what he has.