my dream garage is a bit bigger but for the same $300k
AAA Discounts are dismal. I worked for a rental car company out of college and the rate was on par with some of the worst discounts we offered. honestly it sounds like Lifehacker is just schilling a useless product. Read more
I love the concept of EVs and would love to own one but currently I don’t think there are any EVs worth purchasing in the U.S. right now. Maybe for early adopters who can afford the expense with little to no concern for the payback period they could be fun, but that’s not most people and sure isn’t me. Read more
Easy Answer is the Hyundai Santa Fe PHEV Limited. best combination of interior space, AWD, good MPG, lots of features. not a minivan. if you want a 3rd row go for the Kia Sorento PHEV. The Lexus NX plug in hybrid is nice but very tight on passenger room. you could do the Lincoln Aviator PHEV but I don’t think the tech… Read more
ok so I’m completely ignoring the sporty requirement here but you already have the tesla model S so you already have a fast car with tons or torque. your next car should be the lap of luxury when doing weekend drives and going out with the wife. the next car in your garage should be a Genisis G90. exotic? kind of. I… Read more
like a lot of the other commenters I think it looks great but at seeing the first picture of the front I thought it just looked like a kia soul with a front bumper kit and a wrap. boxy just looks good. Read more
I’m in a very similar situation to you. I’m a big guy (6’6”, 350+) driving a 2010 Hyundai Sonata with 150k miles and will soon be run into the ground. I’m looking for a new car that is fuel efficient, comfortable for my plus size body, and big enough to get people into the back seat with me in the front. Unlike those… Read more
I’m still hoping that the 2023 Ford Ranger (not raptor) has a PHEV option with more room, better towing/hauling capacity, and better MPG than the maverick. I really like the maverick but I test drove one and it is just a bit too tight for me.
I used to be on the AAA band wagon until one horrendous experience. I called AAA when my wife needed a jump but that didn’t work so we had it towed to the local AAA shop (literally the AAA branded shop, not an affiliate). that shop said the entire wiring harness had to be replaced for about 1k parts and labor and… Read more
Its a TV show and not a movie, but Yellowstone is basically just a really long Ram ad.
This is a bottom of the barrel review here. Clickbaity title with little to back it up, lots of back to back irrelevant pictures that reference nothing in the narrative, positives don’t apply to the model itself (“Driving a Carnival feels like driving a van. The Carnival feels equally long, but it’s more manageable.”… Read more
“Big guy” is too broad of a term to offer any size suggestions. is he tall? if so does he have long legs or a long torso? does he require hip room or shoulder room? As a 6'6" 370lbs guy myself I would steer clear of the Toyotas and the Lexus. they have piss poor legroom and headroom. shoulder room and hip room can be… Read more
I try my best to steer clear of the lodge articles because I find them to be inaccurate garbage plucked from the most obscure and unreliable sources but somehow they always seem to find me as a peruse other articles. Read more
given Ford’s reputation for botching new releases compounded by COVID related chip shortages, general supply shortages, and the absurd markups on new mavericks, I’ll be holding off for a year or 2. the hopeful side of me really wants a Ford to release the maverick (or a raptor) in a Phev in 2 years but the more… Read more