“I knew that n-word Kapernik was only in it for the money. The troops fight for our freedoms and what does he fight for, a big fat check from the NFL for him and his homies to cash at the corner store. And before you call me a racist for using the N-word, just know that I heard Little Wayne and Notorios Biggie use it,…
Amsoil synthetic both times.
Dude, his dad owns a dealership.
My mom still has one of these, but with cloth interior and small v6. Not luxury, not performance. She’s had a few problems with HVAC and suspension. It is a good driving comfortable car. This was the Genesis of its day. Very practical, and not so old to be unsafe.
I had two of those over the course of my life back in the early 2000's ish time. I had a white one and loved it to pieces and lost it to repo because I was a child. Then bought a black one later on. Both were reliable, looked nice to me at the time and had just enough power to not get me tossed into jail. I think one…
My aunt had a ‘96 Intrepid ES which is basically the same thing - and I loved driving that car. I can’t really explain why. It just felt super solid, didn’t drive nearly as big as it was, and the 3.5 v6 for its day was quick and made really satisfying sounds.
FILL YOUR EYES WITH THAT DOUBLE VISION
It sure does
Judge Judy, the one and only, now and forever!
Isn’t a Grand Cherokee or well-optioned Highlander (admittedly, probably not a huge percentage of the ones they sell) just as luxurious as a Model 3? I mean, obviously they’re not as novel, and I wouldn’t buy either, but they seem pretty “luxurious” to me at least in terms of interior comfort, infotainment and tech…
I was thinking this too. I’d say the interior of a new Grand Cherokee is way more luxurious than a model 3
David, have you made an offer on the Jeep, yet?
2nd Gear, this morning:
Knicks. The Pelicans won’t get a good lottery position until *after* the league approves the move to Seattle.
Most model 3 owners I know weren’t reservation holders. Myself included. I wasn’t even thinking of a model 3 until I drove it and was blown away. Bought it three days later. I don’t think reservations mean anything anymore.
Yes, I am happy to report that for a few miles, the drive shaft was in the bed and our F-150 was in the rare configuration of longitudinal front-engine, front-drive.
Never complain till you have all your food or you decide to leave in anger.