damasconian
Damasconian
damasconian
1/29/20 2:39PM
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I respectfully disagree.  That view from the rear is aggressive and bulky in all the right ways.  

6/19/19 3:57PM
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Jesus can’t you find anyone else to complain about? Like maybe people and/or companies that do nothing for pride month? “They didn’t do enough” is a bitch ass opinion.

2/25/19 2:31PM
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My uncle does well for himself and knows I love cars. 3 years ago he asked me what he should buy and I went straight to this SVR version of the Sport. All else aside, the factory exhaust is as aggressive and nasty as any one I’ve heard this side of Italy. But you nailed this car with one sentence: It’s a Predator. And Read more

2/08/19 9:09AM
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Why put a new engine in this vehicle so late into its life cycle? Unless they plan on selling the current 5th gen for another 2-3 years (which would put production run at 13 years!) this doesn’t make sense. I like the idea of it all but wish they’d just update that engine with something more powerful and efficient.

2/08/19 9:08AM
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Your money will remain with you, because they’re not putting a V8 in that truck again. I had a 2007 V8 that flooded and miss that truck every day.

2/07/19 12:05PM
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With all due respect I strongly disagree. The Jeep GC is a very nice vehicle but does not have what most 4Runner potential buyers seek: a vehicle to last them a decade or more.

2/07/19 9:50AM
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So confused about my hopeful 4Runner purchase.  Do I wait to see when they will remodel it (last one was 2010) or just accept these somewhat welcome changes (ACP, 8" screen, keyless, etc)?  I love that truck but would hate to spend $50K on a vehicle that will be redesigned in 12-24 months.

1/29/19 3:00PM
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I own a Pilot, at least my wife does.  It’s a good car, with a couple flaws that we’ve gotten used to.  Who is going to buy this vehicle?  It just makes no sense to me.  

1/14/19 9:42AM
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This is a beautiful automobile and has differentiated itself nicely from it’s lesser (but still crazy capable) siblings.  

12/28/18 11:32AM
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Likely because author didn’t know anything about either of these guys before their boss told them to write it. So I skipped it.

7/15/17 12:51PM
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I live in Texas and just picked up a 2017 GTI SE 6-MT for exactly $5K under MSRP. I could have likely gotten more but the dealership was great to deal with and the deal was fair from my perspective. For $27K, its the best bang for the buck I could find, even at my advanced age of 40. Coming out of a M4 I’d say the GTI Read more

8/03/16 11:10AM
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Agree, and I just came out of a 2015 M4 that was problem free, with the exception of the silly vanity mirror design. Mechanically the car was perfect and I enjoyed it every day I owned it.

6/14/16 2:37PM
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You’re ripping him for being bad at Fantasy Baseball? Most people would take that as a compliment.

5/12/16 2:55PM
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Seems like a very fair deal to me. I’ve had mine since September of 2014 and cant put enough miles on it. Still under 10K but approaching that number quickly. Hoping to keep it at least through the year, but who knows.

5/12/16 12:32PM
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Oh man, me too. Texas is hurting right now. I have hung onto the M4 so far, but that position in tenable so not sure how much more I have with it. The paid off T4R makes dealing with the industry stress so much easier. A paid off Toyota is like money in the bank. All the best to you, hope it gets better for all of us Read more

5/12/16 11:08AM
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I bought a 2007 Model new and drove it for 6 years before (stupidly) selling it for a bigger SUV in 2013. I was thankfully able to get back into one this last December and couldnt be happier. Small lift and some beefy tires have made it my favorite mode of transportation recently.

5/12/16 10:33AM
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You got rid of your F8X for a 98 Accord? You in the oil biz too?

5/12/16 10:32AM
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I own a 2015 M4 and a 2006 Toyota 4Runner. Not sure there are two vehicles that better compliment each other. Driving each one has made me appreciate the other so much more.