My irrational annoyance is main characters always have pristine cars despite being parked on the street of a major city...especially annoying when they’re 20+ year old rare cars. C’mon, that thing would be filled with dings/dents!
The truly funny in a moronic way is that as the grilles get bigger, the beds get smaller. I find it interesting that my ‘small’ Dakota has a 6.5' bed, which is larger than nearly all new half-tons on the market.
Let’s focus on the positive here. That was more off-roading that 99.99% of Rogue and Explorer drivers.
I was lucky enough to snag the only blue one in Southeast Wisconsin when I bought mine.
Not to mention you have to get the WRX Premium for $29k to have similar features to the $24k Si. I test drove both. WRX was great but rode too harsh for a daily. The adjustable dampers on the Si are what sold me.
Personally, I like the Chevy bowties on the steering wheel....
Yes, I’m going to be THAT guy. To me, the headlight and side profile scream Mercedes SLC/SL.
When I was car shopping last year I test drove a 2015 WRX with low miles that was being advertised for $500 over the MSRP over the same trim new. I get it is so they have some bargaining on the table, but it just seems insane to market a used car more expensive than the same one new.
You seem very concerned with other people’s automotive opinions. I think you should get a computer and start commenting on all their posts. I’m sure you’ll be able to convince people of the error of their choices. Read more
I’m sorry but this thing is the epitome of the moronic crossover trend. It is 2 sliding doors away from being a minivan from a looks, function, and purpose standpoint. Every new generation of Pilot continues to look more and more like the Odyssey, and the ‘off-road’ and ‘towing’ capabilities are simply justification… Read more
Steering wheel. I don’t think I’ve ever used the volume control on the screen.
I have 2 of them. I’d say both are also pristine, although green one is waiting on me to finish head swap on engine.
Similar to the ‘60s Ford cars, the ‘90s Ford/Mercury cars looked the same coming and going.