MotoArigato
MotoArigato
1/2/20
4:25 PM
2

4 months ago :). I ended up finding a 1999 - with center and rear lockers, black. 180k miles.

1/2/20
4:23 PM
2

Yeah man, I got my very clean ‘04 for $8k because the hydraulic suspension was leaking. Replaced one hardline and it’s been perfect for a year except for a bit of an exhaust leak. The 98-03's are significantly cheaper. 

1/2/20
2:54 PM
1

The guys whipped a brisket Reuben for me that I swear had half a cow in it. They’re expensive but worth it. I hadn’t been back for at least 25 years, but the place feels the same. Read more

1/2/20
12:06 PM
5

You can find a good 100 series LX470 in that range, I did. They tended to be cheaper than 4Runners all else being equal actually.

12/27/19
12:02 AM
2

The asker doesn’t actually mention what year his is, just that it’s “old”. I’m guessing Jalopnik randomly picked a stock photo. It could be a much older model.

12/26/19
7:11 PM
1

I was wondering the same thing regarding volume.  I have an LX470, and it’s one of the quietest cars I’ve ever owned.  I know they have more sound deadening and thicker glass than the LC, but I didn’t know it made this big of a difference.

4/12/19
10:15 PM
8

Y’know, when I saw those bike parts all laid out that way, I thought: “This has got James May written all over it.”

3/27/19
1:13 AM
1

I hate this so much. I’ve pretty much given up on all the publications in the Kinja family because logging on is a Sisyphean task. 

3/6/19
3:39 PM
6

Depends, what is your definition of intelligent life? Animals on this planet have all kinds of intelligence (tool use) Read more

3/6/19
1:05 PM
20

To your first point, I think that kind of wear has more to do with age in years than age in mileage. (Not entirely, but largely.)
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3/5/19
7:28 PM
79

I’m from belgium. The accident had nothing to do with automatic systems. The guy driving just never drove an automatic before and used his left foot to push the clutch in to go into second gear. But what does the left pedal do in an automatic when pushed all the way in? That’s right, it makes cyclist crash into you! Read more

3/5/19
12:05 PM
3

My totally unfounded hypothesis based only on what I’ve seen others in my profession do, is that Cora’s assistant knew she messed this up, and was counting on Alinea to bail her out so she didn’t have to admit to her mistake. Read more

3/5/19
7:59 AM
3

She’s the head of a large and very successful food service brand, and no, they don’t generally make their own travel arrangements. They pay personal assistants for that, because that’s what PAs do.

3/4/19
3:27 PM
16

I read Kokonas’s original post, before he redacted some of the emails/other info for privacy concerns, but there are a few people who rightfully point out that Cat Cora’s assistant originally sent an email with the subject that had something along the lines of “Reservation for Saturday” in it. Alinea’s first offered Read more

3/4/19
3:07 PM
21

Thetakeout, when informed their headline is wrong,

3/1/19
12:50 PM
7

You really think people of today’s world will even realize they ordered poorly??? Read more