CommodoreFlushington
commodoreflushington
2/20/20
4:00 PM
12

Because they basically don’t exist in the US and have a tiny dealer network. Zeros are common in SoCal, they even pop up on Craigslist and Facebook marketplace for cheap they have been out for so long.

2/19/20
2:25 PM
13

We will build upon our global events strategy in 2020 by participating in hundreds of consumer events across the globe.” Read more

2/4/20
3:19 PM
91

My concern is that when you are cornering, you are on the corner of the car tire. Not only do you have less contact area, but also you don’t have a lot of grooves and sipes to get water out from under the tire in that area of the tire. Read more

1/24/20
11:06 AM
190

That was the answer today too, but it was phrased more diplomatically.

1/24/20
10:49 AM
207

Trading in a KIA on a BMW to save money.

What a world we live in!  If anyone had suggested that 5 years ago, they would have been told they are clinically insane.

1/14/20
10:41 PM
23

SS Spanfeller is a donkey class rigid proctoscope.

1/13/20
10:52 PM
10

I think the idea that meadering along in the slow lane in a slow car can be a perfectly fine thing would qualify as a Hot Take on a car enthusiast site.  I mean, it's no 'pizza is not a meal', but it's certainly not a popular opinion on a car blog.

1/13/20
10:11 PM
57

Having driven the Fit not-so-daily for almost ten years I can report that life in the slow lane is a life of acceptance, a life of peace. Why does one need to go fast? I’ll let you explore those feelings on your own but all of this is perfectly on-brand for Mazda, whose cars historically have been underpowered. And, Read more

1/8/20
2:54 PM
46

CAN I WRITE FOR YOU? I’m a beautiful writer. I would give myself a A+ in writing. And winning. And you can tell Alanis and that other broad I have tremendous, tremendous respect for women. Mother thinks very highly of my writing. I write better than Mexico, all of it. SAD!

1/2/20
6:26 PM
5

Rhetorical question. Google search shows only average reliability as of 2017. (not going to look really hard for 2019 stats)

1/2/20
5:09 PM
33

Expensive, cramped, not fast, not light feeling, bad riding and historically poorly put together. Seems like a winning combo. My question: who’s still buying these? and why? its been a long time since marky mark stole that gold.

1/2/20
1:26 PM
157

Fewer people will pay for the higher class, or use miles/cash to request an upgrade, if they know there’s a chance they could get it for free. That appears to be the airlines’ rationale.