“A bad decision is always better than no decision.”
yeah , the bench-marked the wrong old blazer.
So, you... like it?!
The suspect was later heard muttering the following :
yep...the old #twowheelsbad tag
I wonder if part of the pricing for the one in Fayetteville has to do with it being next door (share’s a driveway) with the VW dealer here. Far too easy to cross shop.
its the new normal power for a 4wd hot hatch. and its peak hp so its still generally economical.
Your examples aren’t exactly George Barris levels of exciting. tall grille, open wheels, low topped...its so much of a formulaic thing that Chrysler was able to copy its 80 year old basic formula pretty easily. Its nuance that separates them, but there are few risks taken in making updating the formula.
Pretty sure that’s Johnny Galecki, dude!
they sounds precious
definitely not the conclusion i was jumping to. I just find it somewhat stupid that only some of the vehicles on the road require licenses or insurance. i.e. scooters.
I also think it is dumb as shit that bikes can’t just use sidewalks. I’ve never heard that logic explained. the speed differences are closer and…
A close friend had his car on consignment at a used car lot and a drunk hobo t-boned the car and did 2K in damage, they pedaled out into traffic and laid down.
When a bike hits a car, they basically get off scott free of any liability for damage.
Go over-landing in a full on EV and maybe it’ll show up here. This article is about the changing state of the automobile, not drifting. Drifing just happens to be one of the more creative auto sports lately since the rules are more fluid and the changes to the cars are often groundbreaking whereas adding a tent on top…
Coaches don’t care about kids’ debt, that’s why they demand to make millions and millions and let the student body soak up that expense.
i was thinking the higher torque numbers on the extra 30lbft of torque of the boosted unit would help, but specs i can find show the FIATA is a full second slower to 60mph than the 2019 miata.
for the most part the tiguan have had the same driveline ( i put a 2016 tiguan engine in my 2010 gti, they are both ea888 gen2)
the Tiguan is just a lot heavier and creates a windsail on the highway.
my a3 with the same engine is absolutely more eager on the highway and especially above 65mph.
You know whats worse than self-checkout? A bad cashier.
I have been frustrated more often by waiting on inept cashiers than I have on bad automation. Robots wont start up a conversation with the person behind you as they distractedly slow-grind through scanning and mis-bagging everything.