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Sep 23
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Like the Civic Type R, it’ll probably look alright in black, but only in black. At least the wheels are alright. Read more

Sep 21
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This wouldn’t be a terrible experience if it was a plane custom-built for the job. (Much larger windows for example). People fly small private planes for entertainment all the time. Read more

Sep 18
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I was going to say that there aren’t many choices other then a G70 if you want a new RWD manual sedan. Read more

Sep 14
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The four weeks between the two posts make a lot more difference than the different authors. Just look at a graph of new cases: Steady throughout most of August, slowly decreasing since then. A month is a long time when recommendations can change on a daily basis.

Sep 8
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I would be ok with tacked on screens if you could remove them. The current Miata is a prime example of a well designed dashboard completely ruined by a screen. Read more

Sep 7
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I’ve never understood that viewpoint. Maseratis look good, sound great, and depreciate fast. They’re not much less reliable than their German rivals (which isn’t saying a lot...), but that depreciation curve leaves more left over for repairs. A Maserati sedan is pretty much the ideal second car for someone who dailies Read more

Aug 31
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Seeing as the S-Class coupe has been the ugliest car on sale for several years now (especially from the back), I will not miss it, no matter how good it was as a car.

Aug 29
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‘This conspiracy theory is true’ is the basis for hundreds if not thousands of games. It’s a no-effort story that is easy to build a game around. Ubisoft in particular does it all the time (the entire assassins creed universe, for example). Read more

Aug 15
4

Seems kind of silly when the regulations are specific enough to ensure that all the cars look pretty much identical anyway.

Aug 13
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Even easier in Ohio. You just park your car and you’re done. Read more

Aug 13
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I guess it’s a language thing? Upset is a synonym for disappointed. They’re both a really long way from ‘angry’. Somewhere in the range of ‘I don’t care at all’, ‘that’s dumb’, and ‘maybe I should ask somebody about it’. Nowhere near the range of ‘throwing a tantrum’. Read more

Aug 12
7

The big picture is made up of little pieces.  Just because one piece is a lot bigger than the others doesn’t mean the others don’t exist.

Aug 12
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Nobody said it was the biggest problem or even a problem worth caring about. But it’s nonsense to say you aren’t disappointed you didn’t get a raise this year. Read more

Aug 12
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You’d still be upset if you couldn’t do something you planned on for years.  The why is irrelevant.

Aug 12
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On the other hand, if you saved up for fifteen years in order to buy a new Corvette with cash, it’s totally understandable to be upset that you are finally ready and you can’t buy one through no fault of your own.

Jul 28
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Price and/or depreciation, that’s why. When i bought my Eclipse, it was somewhere around $12k, a 350Z with similar age and mileage was pushing $20k.

Jul 28
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I had one of these for a few years, it wasn’t a terrible car. Sounded decent for a four cylinder, had way more space than I needed, was reasonably nice inside, and nothing important broke between 30k and 130k (until it got rear-ended and totaled). I still remember test-driving the V6 and hating it because of the extra Read more

Jul 27
10

Given the general public’s infatuation with unnecessarily large cars, I wouldn’t be terribly surprised if most of us are driving around dumptrucks with a bunch of seats in the back by the time autonomous cars show up. We’ll have plenty of space for stuff inside.