They had it in “Boston” mode - working perfectly.
I do wonder if having fire and flames as the main meme for offroading, is a great marketing idea in the current context. But then again “Utah”.....
It’s got something like 230hp and 260 torques delivered in an instant creamy electric way - I enjoyed the heck out of my drive.
I like windows. Are windows bad?
He has courage- total respect.
The MR2 was a far more dynamic and interesting car. I’ll hold out.
Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy. Congrats.
A brand new base level Crosstrek with the cvt should fit the bill!! It can be had for about $20k - maybe a little less. Not exciting, but immensely capable. I’been using one via zipcar, and it is a very easy car to drive long miles and has nice dynamics. I also heard they don’t even start until a dog is in the rear… Read more
eyebrows growing back?
Boston is getting better, but as soon as pandemic restrictions started lifting, cars were parked in bike lanes, traffic was forcing defensive action, and the whole sh*tshow ramped up again. For a while it was some sort of bliss amongst the misery.
Yes - wherever there is misery you will find the wealthy and the church flourishing. In fact I think you’re quoting Vatican III
Dunno - less power, less wheel and thinner tire - I think it would look better and be more fun - a nice Honda engine with maybe 280 hp. Of course the biggest mistake is they didn’t use the station wagon.
dunno - never found his designs very interesting, and not sure they’ve aged well enough for this kind of treatment. If your only choice is this or a Bangle style BMW - sure, but it’s not.
If I were to call you dumb as a rock, I would be insulting rocks.
EVs have about 6 moving parts and don’t need gas or oil. Cost of ownership is very low, and Teslas lose about 5% of their value over 5 years. Also, EVS are a growing segment already, and Tesla’s percentage of that segment is growing.