86 should be better than it is. Supra should either be FAR better, or markedly less expedition. Read more
There are many turbo vehicles anymore, but that doesn’t guarantee that they are sporty. Some are sporty, some are merely a V6 alternative. Read more
Even if I take your premise on the BRZ model, they don’t offer anything else, either... and Subaru performance isn’t known for being a Lotus alternative... it *WAS* known for AWD Turbocharged high-value, high-traction speed and rallying. Read more
There are many that costs 80K and up... Jeep Trackhawk/SRT, Range Rover Sport, and other 6-figure things... BMW slapping M-badges on anything with an X-prefix... Jaguar and AMG following suit... Read more
I think everyone may have forgotten that the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio exists. Or where to get one, or how much it costs to buy, or repair. Read more
Where do I begin...
Useless rich toy of the week... or are they coming out every day now?
Typing faster than thinking. Yes. Telelever front control arm. Of course Paralever and Paralever Evo are referring to the parallelogram-type, anti-torque-jacking rear suspension.
I stand corrected. I was thinking that the 2010-12 Camhead boxers (similar to the ‘09 and earlier OHV Hex-head 1200) were labeled 1250 even before the conversion to the water-cooled engines... You are right, they are labeled 1200. The later 1250s are the water-cooled engines. Read more
A BMW R1250R hex-head (pre-watercooled) converted to Duolever/Hossack front suspension from the K-series, and clothed in sleek R1100S bodywork including the underseat exhaust with Ducati 1098 silencers (some have a shape resembling the hex-head BMW engine valve covers), and updated with a R1250GS LED headlight, and… Read more
Sure, and I actually miss Mercury. If they had build the MC4 concept as a Mustang alternative, and some other mainstream compelling cars that weren’t just mundane versions of cars that Ford and Lincoln were also selling, they might still be around... Read more