The brightest setting is first, then the middle, then the low, then off.
Right now, I have a 1996 I30 (Maxima) with about 280k. It passed inspection (good until 2020), but has a lot of rust, including the radiator support, which will cost at least $600 in labor from a local body shop. It might be leaking a little bit too, as sometimes it smells inside when there is heavy rain. All the…
The 03-08 Mazda 6 hatchback seems like a cool car. But how are they in terms of reliability? Is the 2.3 a good engine? How are they in terms of holding up to rust? The hatchback is the biggest draw, and there seems to be decent aftermarket support, especially for a midsize.
and the startup splash screen isn’t as good as the old one, and overall they made it less user-friendly than the Marshmallow software.
Does anyone else on here have a regular car dressed up as a luxury car for halloween? I have a Maxima dressed up as an Infiniti, a sports car in a luxury car costume :p
Is the 3.5L pushrod V6 any good? How bad is it to work on? I know transverse V6's suck, but how awful is this one in particular?
Comparison test on Motor Trend - yeah, a magazine, like what people read before Jalopnik came out :p
Some cars actually cost less in Canada than they do down here!
because in the Jeep, you can fold down the windshield!
When I was searching for a picture of the Tesla Model S to respond to RR’s claims of the still-ghetto-looking* Phantom VIII being the quietest car ever, I had to post a pic of a Tesla since an electric car will be quieter than any gas “petrol” engine car.
unless you plan on having only the soup as your whole meal!
It’s called the LG Exalt LTE. Verizon wants to shut down its CDMA network, but it needs to move those non-smartphone customers to a new phone that supports 4G LTE.
It’s already made in Mexico (their decision not to sell it here predates Trump by a longshot, and NAFTA won’t be repealed anyway)
Fixing your car vs buying another cheap car. How is the 01-04 Volvo S40/V40 in terms of reliability?