Anthony
amagagnoli
10/16/19
9:59 AM
226

‘04-’08 Maxima. Inset trunk, slightly buttressed rear window, 7 spoke wheels, headlights shaped to the front wheel arch, no chrome strip over the tag

10/10/19
3:35 PM
66

I don’t think anyone disputes the advantage in breathing at high revs for DOHC.  It’s odd there are still those disputing the size, weight, and simplicity advantages of the OHV SBC.

10/10/19
3:26 PM
44

I eagerly await GM fanboys suddenly claiming DOHC is better!

10/10/19
12:15 PM
2

Right.  The takeaway I get from this is that it shows people are willing to do the job for $18 but others expect almost double that for the work.

10/10/19
10:46 AM
27

Ah, yes. It is GMs responsibility to pay everyone who screws caps on toothpast tubes $50K-75K/year with full benefits including 100% employer paid insurance. 

10/6/19
1:40 PM
87

The fellow in the driver’s seat felt something break, and stood on the brakes. Rear brakes are not designed to stop the inertia of a dyno roller.

8/15/19
10:32 PM
47

Honest question - how many people Heel-Toe with actual heel and actual toe?  I have always done it with the left and right sides of the ball of my foot.

8/7/19
9:59 PM
1

Yeah, it's a sports car, through and through.

8/7/19
6:05 PM
46

Amex Platinum (for elite status)+ Corporate Discount Code = get whatever car I want from National’s Emerald Aisle. Sometimes it has crap, but not usually. I’ve gotten a GTI, 370Z, Cooper S, 500 Abarth, countless comfortable Audi A3's, Q3's, and A4's, several 3 series, a Caddy ATS-V, and even a Miata... among my more Read more

8/7/19
5:33 PM
154

I actually do think somebody who’s really driven the car will be better at selling it. If nothing else, they’re bound to be more enthusiastic.

8/6/19
3:22 PM
41

The looks aren’t just skin-deep, either. It drives pretty well because it’s small, compact and light. Chuckable. You can even get it with a manual! Can you say that about your big, lumbering crossover? Didn’t think so. Read more

8/6/19
8:27 AM
73

I was the 15th NP voter. I wouldn’t buy it, because I have no desire to own a fake Ferrari, but the Mera holds a strange place in the pantheon of fauxrraris. There is some provenance to a Mera, much like having a McBurnie Daytona. It’s a fake Ferrari, but it’s a real Mera. Read more

7/24/19
2:55 PM
485

It’s still newer than the Nissan Z. Might as well just put it back on the market. 

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7/3/19
11:34 AM
206

I wish they offered the Opel looking version here in the US sans plastic cladding and SUV look.