It’s a purpose built platform. Mostly shared with the Prius.
Interior quality always increases as size does in model lineups, across basically every manufacturer.
I disagree, especially for a lot of the people I know here in the rural South/Midwest.
The one in the picture is definitely what I would consider the best looking generation.
I agree with almost everything you said... except that it has as much space as a Pilot. The interior of the Outback is pretty narrow.
Ah yes, I remember that time my dad had me use paint stripper to strip the back porch with no gloves. Mostly though, I remember the part where my finger nails melted off.
Yes, that’s what storm drains are for. The nastiest chemicals you can buy.
They skipped the 2014 update that the Tundra got, unfortunately.
“The 47mm pistons in the rear Fox units are 15mm larger than the standard Sequoia, and the shock rods are 3.2 inches larger in diameter.”
I thought the same thing, however an experience I had today in my 2016 model front wheel drive sedan made me realize it was not true.
I didn’t find it click-baity at all, especially since he used the word “alleging.”
They’re going to pass it along, and the customer can choose whether or not it’s worth the extra money.
Honestly, I’d wager that they did it to attract attention. Camo’d cars attract cameras like nothing else, and they almost always end up online.
If, for some reason, the taxi you got was a Century, that could be the reason. Maybe it was a miscommunication and someone ordered you a private limo.
You’re looking at the cost figure completely wrong. Even $1 is big cost. That hypothetical $100 is per vehicle. Over a 5-10 year model life, 50-100K units per year, that’s a $50M window. Cars are designed on strict budgets.
Are those solid, non-folding tow mirrors?
“Because it will fit in your garage.”
That’s interesting. I have a Toyota hybrid sedan, and at 85k miles I still have over 60% of my pad life left. I’m pretty hard on my brakes, too. On previous vehicles I replaced pads every 40k miles or so.
Where did any o this come from? Almost all taxis are Crown Comforts, some switching to other models. A half hour taxi ride is usually the equivalent of the high teens to low 20's USD from my experience, but I’ve only taken about 100 taxi rides in Japan, so what do I know?
I think it’s totally different from anything in Lexus’ lineup right now. Its starting price is around $180k USD, which is double the price of an LS500.