Didn’t Consumer Reports rank VW only one spot above Jeep in terms of reliability? I suppose that’s “better”...
This is the smart practical correct answer......so it will be completely overlooked.
The iCar is just part of the solution. Apple will introduce walled off lanes of roads that only iCars can use. Only then will you see the “courage” of their AV future.
trucks are wide, having a swing gate like the ridgeline means you can’t use that feature in limited space situations. i.e. I can open my splitgate land cruiser in my garage with the door closed, but I can’t open my GX swinging door with the door close. its annoying. 60/40 means you don’t have so much gate to swing…
This is consistent with what most people do anyways in cold weather. You start your car, spend a few minutes clearing the windshield, then meander through neighborhood streets for a few minutes before needing to mash the throttle. That gives plenty of time for engine warm-up.
What you want to do is get in front of them, speed along until you start coming up on a slow moving vehicle or obstacle in your lane, then at the very last moment swerve out of the way.
Many phone chargers are able to differentiate amps depending on the phone connected.
Yeah, two alignments a year seem nuts. Obviously if parts of the suspension are changed, you’ll want an alignment, or if you notice the car pulling or having uneven tire wear, but there’s no reason to do it just because. Hitting a pothole generally shouldn’t change your alignment unless it damages something. Changing…
i’ll tell you how;
But this won’t sink (unless something’s gone very wrong).
NASCAR seqential transmission? I’m pretty sure they use a 4 speed dog box, not a sequential.
Ground walnut shells, sand, with only 10% of the salt and mandate winter tires.
This is going to be a rough year for this route lol.
Real companies don’t need to keep all their sold vehicles hanging around on their inventory page. If your products are that amazing, create a past projects tab.
he said reliable. I’ve owned a nearly new 1 owner MKV R32 that was a total lemon, everything that could go wrong pretty much broke under 30k miles. I would never ever own another VW product ever again.
It will have to be a very small tree . . .
So, its an EJ 2.5 liter of possible unknown origin with assumed 80k mileage on it....what could possibly go wrong in the next 20k miles? CRACK PIPE!
This could be a nice driver with some work. The problem is the price. If the body was in better shape, then maybe but at 9 grand it is a bit much for my tastes.