Just get rid of the faux door scoop instead of requiring a TRD accessory to cover it up.
what do you mean “to bring in clicks” — it’s an infamous video, people know it, here’s the backstory, why he did it, and what kind of shit it got him at the time (and also a ton of interesting context on Japan’s relationship with Ferrari, and the characters involved in that) Read more
VERY Different and amazing!
I’ve been rattling on to anyone who will listen for years that HP numbers, launch control, cup holders, the amount of cushioning in the armrest.... none of it contributes anything to the relative fun factor of the driving experience. A low HP, bare bones sports car - I mean a real sports car like the GT6 you drove -… Read more
The turbo makes it worse, not better.
And it was the SEC that built this monster when it allowed a tweet to take the place of actual company statements, such as a prosepectus. I think the informed decision is not to ever base anything financial on a tweet - something that would save considerable trouble from Trump, for example. Read more
I always thought hot hatches were for when you got older and needed something more mature that could carry people and cargo. I guess I was wrong.
I love the idea of a 1000hp crate motor, but the name is bullshit. A Hellcrate I can understand, hellcat engine in a crate, does what it says on the box, fine. However, Hellephant is ridiculous. For one thing, when I think speed and power, a Pachyderm is not exactly the first thing that springs to mind. Not to… Read more
Why is this not on NP or CP???
I mean... what about all of us buying new cars for the long haul? It's not like that demographic doesn't exist!
Because when your 2015 Pathfinder is shuddering like an out-of-control blender at low speeds, and it takes a year for the manufacturer to figure out what to replace despite many trips to the dealer, you sort of get worried about the long-term reliability.
You’ll love your RX-8, provided you find one that’s been properly maintained. I’ve had my ‘05, purchased new with 12 miles on the odometer, and now, nearly 13 years and 49K miles later, she runs stronger than the day I got her. I have had zero engine problems; my 8 is as reliable as any car I’ve owned. As reliable as… Read more
How about cars that are older than 10k miles or 2-3 years? The math quickly begins to favor used.
When did tweeting become a law binding contract that, “as it was written in tweetland now it shall be hence forth put into law in the real world.” Here I was thinking this was meant for venting frustrations for lazy ass workers and people who amuse you by their incapability.