Or a mullet.
I like it. Having owned modern BMW’s the GM lump will definitely be cheaper to maintain and more reliable once the warranty runs out and probably get better mileage.Also the copper accents are nice. Much nicer then chrome.
Compared to the current grifter in chief? I mean that’s the bottom of the barrell right there. Seriously though I want my politicians well paid, at least comparable to private sector. Also heavily reviewed for conflicts of interest and ban lobbying.
Is that bad?
Yeah but with the Bronco you won’t get Jeeps legendary build quality and reliability! Well legendary is not the term most would use, more like notorious but hey, any press is good press right?
That’s funny, I bought an 86 Trans am in 1990 and that very effectively killed me owning GM vehicles even though I was from a GM family. Everything on that car was junk including the small block engine they had at that point been building for 31 years. How can you build the same motor for 31 years and still make it… Read more
With BMW its just hold the unlock button. Super simple and easy.
So what i get out of that story is Cadillac had not even tested their cars at 90MPH when shipping to a country that regularly drives for long periods at 125MPH+. No wonder Europeans shit on US cars! Bet they didn’t engineer the brakes to withstand multiple 250km/h stops either? I mean base level cars are expected to… Read more
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Let’s be honest, that old Toyota will be approximately 10X more reliable. No check engine light on that bad boy.
Mmmm, nope. Dynamic braking to recharge batteries existed on the 1900's electric cars as well. Sorry but as someone with 100+ patents I can tell you it’s very hard to come up with an idea someone else has not already!
More like 95%. I used to carry more with my 530 wagon and a trailer then any truck owner I know. Hell I towed a skid of soil yesterday with my GL which you could not even load in a pick-up.
Love how the header mimics the CB400F. No question, just wanted to say that!
I suggest not looking at a cayman or boxster.