buckfiddious
buckfiddious
Jan 22
2

There are several companies out the there who make modular systems for Transit Connects, then you simply tailor the Connect to how you want it.

Jan 8
100

I don’t own a crossover, but it’s ride height, AWD, ease of entry, and cargo space, the same as it always has been. Read more

Dec 12
2

My vote goes to the new Suburban/Tahoe. Vehicles that were already gargantuan and thirsty were made even larger and heavier with this update, and GM missed the opportunity to offset that by making them hybrids and instead chose to add a diesel version. As nearly every manufacturer is adding hybrid or BEV technology to Read more

Dec 12
13

Or any giant-ass, crew cab pick-up truck that the owner would never think about dirtying the bed with “cargo”....and uses as a single passenger daily commuter. Read more

Dec 10
2

Hello crank windows, goodbye roomy door pockets. And cars have the same wiring loom whatever the accessories so the door is wired anyway. For the small % of buyers who didn’t want to pay for power windows the cost of designing, making, and stocking the different door panel would probably mean an extra charge for the Read more

Dec 10
81

Except “now you can get a cheaper basic car” isn’t how it’s going to play out. An ultra-basic model will theoretically exist, but no dealers will order it, it’ll be a pain to get, and the moderately-equipped stuff we’re used to will be marked up.

Nov 21
1

I agree on the tiny engine comment, however, small engines are becoming the trend and most are very reliable. Japanese sport-bikes have been utilizing reliable, high revving motors for decades.

Nov 21
4

I don’t dislike it. I think its a good renegade competitor and I like that a lot in non-rental spec with the removeable roof. The panoramic roof is a nice up-market touch in this chevy.

Nov 13
2

It looks like it’s trying a little too hard to be cute and retro for my taste, but I’ve all but decided the next 4 wheeled vehicle I buy will be an AWD electric cargo van... Whenever such a thing comes into existence.

Nov 6
35

Im 48 and deeply ageist towards ppl my age and older. Everything should be run by people younger than me. Everything. 

Oct 17
15

Counter-Counter-point: Why not do both? Commercial airports charge landing fees, while most General Aviation ones do not. Leave long-range flights alone and gently tax shorter ones. You could hit those capitalist pigs right in the wallet, while leaving regular folks relatively unharmed. Read more

Oct 15
151

For the same reasons that they’re already declining. Who the hell can afford a $30,000 bike? A few boomers sure, but they all want to ride “real Harleys” and cosplay as homeless vets after leaving their dental practice