Blake Noble
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3/10/16
4:50 PM
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At around 35,000 miles, it’ll be hilarious as well as distracting. The lens will start to deteriorate and look more like spilled milk than the Mustang emblem. Read more

1/30/16
10:07 PM
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Mmmm... Good old GM stepper motors. Absolute crap. There’s a shop about 15 miles south of where I live, and they’ve seriously made a living off of fixing faulty GM instrument clusters by replacing all of the stepper motors.

11/17/15
12:02 PM
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As much as I like Ford, they’ve cooked up some really half-assed stuff.

10/2/15
9:14 PM
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I suppose. But, unibody or not, the Durango could still haul a Range Rover back to Carmax because it’s an actual functioning vehicle as opposed to, well, whatever you’d consider a Range Rover. A rolling cat turd with leather seats maybe?

10/2/15
9:07 PM
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“The Durango is based on the RAM pickup, so it’s a real truck with a real truck chassis that will easily tow your Range Rover back to your local Carmax dealer.” Read more

5/20/15
7:04 PM
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My parents have owned a 2007 Saturn Aura since new. It’s a handsome car, I’ll give it that. And mechanically, it’s held up well. But its overall quality after 98,000 miles hasn’t really held up that great. Read more

5/20/15
11:43 AM
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This is also a Frontenac, which is related to Chevrolet.

5/19/15
6:31 PM
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Phew! Ha! I was starting to have angry mob flashbacks there.

5/19/15
6:28 PM
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Holy geez! I forgot about the Lancer! That’s ancient too. Whoops.

5/19/15
6:12 PM
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Not really a moment I’m proud of, to be honest. But I’ll own it all the same.

5/19/15
6:11 PM
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Yeah, gotta say, the Xterra, Armada and Frontier all look depressed and old.