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12/9/19
5:10 PM
2

I test drove the RS5 and S5 SB back-to-back because I was originally set on getting an RS-5 SB in Sonoma Green, but I noticed an S5 with Magma interior and was curious how big of difference there was. The answer is, not as much as you would expect and I feel the S5 handles better in normal driving. My driving circuit Read more

12/8/19
10:16 AM
102

You would be surprised how many units we move in late December that are gifts. Usually it’s Dads and Husbands making little Bella/Ethan a very happy kid or shutting up the wife for a week. But my favorite car as a gift story was in 2015.
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12/5/19
10:19 PM
1

Good deal - I test drove a ton of cars while waiting for my Focus RS lemon check to come in. It came down to an Audi RS3 and the BMW M3. At the time, the M3 was just too much money and they weren’t willing to budge on the price (or the fact that 20% of the price of the car was gone in a year). I wasn’t thinking used Read more

12/5/19
4:37 PM
14

Thing is, people become conservative as they age. Things that used to matter to them as college students (ex: social justice) become irrelevant as soon as they start paying taxes and need to afford rent, student loans, food, weed, Starbucks, Jeff Goldblum shower curtains, etc. Read more

12/5/19
3:39 PM
87

If we’re planning on the Xoomers to save the world, we might as well start the apocalypse now

12/5/19
2:06 PM
4

Btw McLaren has had the: Mp4-12C, 650S, 570 GT, P1, Senna, 720S, GT, Speedtail, and the Elva all in less than a decade. You may have noticed I left out the 625C, 675LT, 540C, 570S, and 600LT as they were too similar.  

12/5/19
1:42 PM
1

Yea, simply put the 2.5 turbo from the 6 in the 3 (with AWD) and you got me. Instant beautiful and civilized alternative to WRX. (And Audi for that matter)

12/5/19
1:08 PM
10

Children are easily replaceable by unskilled labor.

12/5/19
12:58 PM
34

As an enthusiast, I’m not enthusiastic about fun cars becoming increasingly unobtainable. 

12/4/19
2:33 PM
3

Well what the f—k happened to the U.S. Car Manufactures I used to know? Where’s the spirit? Where’s the guts, huh? This could be one the greatest eras of the industry, but you’re gonna let it be the worst. ‘Ooh, we’re afraid to offer the TourX, or redesign the CTS Sport Wagon...we might take sales away from Trucks,

12/4/19
1:59 PM
1

In compact car world,performance” starts around 280-300hp - Type R, Golf R, STI, S3, Cooper S etc and goes to 400hp - CLA\GLA AMG, RS3

12/4/19
11:26 AM
1

Unfortunately not anymore in the world we are leaving. It moves fast enough but no this is not called “performance”. Maybe 10/15 years ago but not in 2019.

12/4/19
9:51 AM
45

I hate it that GM demonstrates that they know exactly the right thing to do with their product lines, and then proceed to do none of it. Those cars were gorgeous.

12/3/19
6:16 PM
4

I disagree. A turbo-4 Camaro or Mustang is a genuinely quick and fun to drive car. If you put a 150 hp four cylinder from the Cruze or Focus in there (objectively cheaper to run), you wouldn’t get the level of sales. 

12/3/19
5:02 PM
2

$28k - that is MSRP of the Mazda3 with manual transmission.

12/3/19
4:32 PM
3

I think very similarly, and continue to root for a more powerful “Mazdaspeed 3", however the Mazda 3 actually lines up almost perfectly with the Audi A3 trim for trim.  Nobody’s complaining that it’s only 184 horses, probably because the S3 is an option.  It wouldn’t surprise me if that was their benchmark.