boneheadotto
boneheadotto
9/16/19
11:09 AM
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These are great deals on the used market.... BUT every time i talk to someone who owned one they say they had terrible electrical gremlins and so they are likely not good to own out of warranty

9/13/19
2:47 PM
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clearly they should not have called this the NSX. they should just go with a more clearly differentiated name like the NXS

9/13/19
2:45 PM
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That one question stating that the NSX is priced like Ferrari, Lamborghini, and the R8 is just plain wrong. NSX base price is $157k, R8 is $169k, Ferrari portofino is $215k and the cheapest lamborghini huracan is $207k. Sure the NSX is not the best performance bargain. If thats what we were after we would all be

9/12/19
3:18 PM
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Im not aware of a home that cant handle a charger. if they can handle a waching machine or frigde they can handle that. and yeah the availability of chargers in apartments will take a while just like indoor plumbing and electricity did but this is even easier than those. its too soon to get an electric if you dont

9/12/19
3:08 PM
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if you dont have electricity at your house you can use to change your car then yes that is an issue. once apartment complexes install these then public chargers are not a necessity. but ideally work locations would commonly have them as well.

9/12/19
11:34 AM
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The biggest hurdle to electric adoption is peoples expectations.
People think, if i cant drive coast to coast in my electric and recharge faster than i can take a piss then i dont want one.

But they never stop to think, i will never travel coast to coast in my electric car ever.
They put their foot down and say, if i

9/12/19
11:14 AM
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it can never be stated enough until you know we get real cars

9/11/19
5:02 PM
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there are many around Austin and they are butt ugly inside and out. Id honestly rather drive a prius

9/11/19
4:06 PM
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the Bolt failed because holy crap have you seen a bolt and what it looks like. That would be like the pontiac aztek failing and people going oh well i guess the public just doesnt like SUVs

9/6/19
10:58 AM
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the writer of this article doesnt understand tire specs. They said
“The tire in question is a rather low 35-profile tire, 235/35/20 to be exact. It is yet-lower profile than the 195/40/17 that blew on the VW I was charge with.”

thats actually wrong the 235/35 has a sidewall of 235 * 0.35 = 82.25
the 195/40 has a sidewall

9/6/19
10:55 AM
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they altered their rolling diameter for sure there.  should have gone 19s and wider tires.

9/6/19
10:52 AM
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on my GTI i went from stock 225/40/18x7.5 to 245/35/18x8.5 and saved 7-8 lbs per wheel.  makes a huge difference.  conti extremecontact sport and konig ultraforms also meant about $1500 for all of it.

9/4/19
10:47 AM
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you dont really know how physics work do you. of course there is not car thats a second faster because that would be amuch larger percentage acceleration increase. Also ZR1 which was quite the pile did 60 in 4.9 and hte NSX-T in 95 was able to dip below 5 seconds as well but was just above 5 seconds when it was

8/28/19
5:12 PM
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I had photoshopped that camo off a while back and came up with this but the lower grill is just a random guess and it wont look like that.

8/27/19
12:34 PM
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disagree. The GTI interior pieces alone with teh better seats and steering wheel and more attractive trim pieces alone would make it excessively expensive. And while a 1.8T can easily be made as powerful in the hp (not torque) as a GTI we dont want a GTI wagon to keep it stock. GTIs are meant to be modded. When a GTI

8/21/19
10:59 AM
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While this $110k car is really amazing id much rather see VW Audi give us the Golr R Wagon for right around $40k. Its way way way lighter and as a result handles amazing. And its closer to what wagon wanters would be willing to spend. Even better would be if they make a GTI wagon at or under $30k. Thats the car that