adamftw
adamftw
12/11/19
9:52 AM
3

they still need to change literally everything on the outside

12/11/19
9:40 AM
9

But who needs to see out of the car when it’s equipped with the Driver Assistance Sensory Overload Cameras Everywhere 360 View Panorama Omniscient Omnipotent Omnimax Multimax Duramax MadMax Package?

11/25/19
11:41 AM
4

That’s the old Vortec V6 that year, right? It’ll be dog-shit slow, but it’ll last forever.

11/10/19
6:54 PM
1

As a recovering Subabro, I feel like putting money into an Impreza for aesthetic purposes is a waste. A stock Crosstrek will look better than a tarted up modern Impreza.

11/7/19
1:09 PM
3

‘92 is classic now. And that’s the market for a car with 4300 miles. Time marches on (I find this frightening)

11/6/19
11:10 PM
1

This is why we all need 1st gen Range Rovers.

10/28/19
11:31 PM
3

You know what the 4Runner is unhappy with? Mountain pass driving fully loaded with 4 people and hockey gear. Made me research superchargers when we got home. I didn’t buy it to be a highway cruiser, though. That’s what the wife’s Jeep is for.

10/28/19
9:33 PM
2

You don’t need 35" tires to drive down a gravel road in a state park past campsites that people take RVs down. You also don’t need that much storage space for a tent and some sleeping bags. 

10/28/19
9:24 PM
3

Overlanding is just car camping. You can get most of the crap you need to go car camping for a weekend for ~$100 from Walmart. Find a state park that’s not far away, and you can make a weekend trip for ~$150 all in that feels like you’re in another country. Read more

10/14/19
4:10 PM
2

I would tune that fuel management system out. My buddy has a Silverado with the same engine and it uses more than a little bit of oil as a direct result of the system. 

10/10/19
9:40 PM
2

Land Cruisers are a tad smaller. Sequoias are more meant to be like a Tahoe competitor. They can off road, yes, but a Land Cruiser or 4Runner will be more capable. IDK much about the 1st gen but the 2nd gen Sequoia had an optional center differential lock