It’s more of a feeling of comfort when operating well within the bounds of the vehicle. No one wants to tow 10k lbs on a vehicle rated to tow 10k lbs. You want it to feel like it’s not there; focus on driving well instead of wondering if you can stop at the light at the bottom of this next hill.
On the East Coast, I don’t see many new ones not being used commercially in some way. In the Midwest, I see a lot of them doing double-duty for small business owners. Lots of trucks with plow hook-ups and a salt box in the church parking lot on Sunday, for example. When I was last in TX, I saw more than a few (and sat…
I have one. I don’t need the range extender from late March till late November. Then it gets cold and my range drops in half, and it’s really handy to be able to go to that random off-site meeting in January knowing that I can make it home thanks to that range extender.
I need someone with some insight to lay out the likely scenarios for the jeep subscription plan “Jeep Wave” touched on in the slide deck from this AM. What I want (and likely won’t be able to get) is to somehow have my subscription to Jeep mean I leave mine at the local dealer, fly into Salt Lake, pick up a wrangler…
How do these local government ordinances not violate some more basic law to protect individual freedom?
Reminded me of the Celica ad campaign from the mid-90's.
There were a few guys in the Mk4 VW scene back in the day that could reset odo’s on clusters because there was such a huge used market for the various higher end clusters available. I don’t know if I believe there is any market for used Ferrari clusters. At all.
That Yield sign should not be there. If someone in the traffic lanes wants into that lane, the people already in it have right-of-way. There is nobody to yield to in this case.
The terrible iDrive / infotainment setup kills me. It’s bad enough that I won’t consider buying one. If I see “Not Possible” on that cluster screen one more time.....
I have a 60 mile r/t commute and for 10 years drove beaters.
This is my second winter with an i3, and the last tank of gas I put in at the end of last winter was still in there at the beginning of this one. I only burn it when the electric range drops in half when the temp hits the 20's.
Because crash testing, air bags, and NHTSA regulations guiding design I assume.
My wife and I got a Great Dane a couple of months after getting married and so never acquired a coffee table. Three dogs and 2 kids later, we never feel the need for one, and I always find them in the way when visiting houses that have them.
Skylark Sport Wagon. Visibility for days, and you’ll look so good you’ll stop worrying about that departure angle.
The 360 on my Waggy is dead and I keep waffling between rebuilding it or sourcing a 401.
I picked up a NP242 with intentions to put it into a TJ and never actually did it,with intentions of having it for snow. If only there were unlimited time and tool budgets.
I bet your phone is listening to you right now, waiting for you to say “ok google” or “hey siri”. It also knows where you are, who you are, etc. If this is the argument you want to make, then recognize that you have a bigger risk in your pocket then you do on the counter.
This was the correct response.