The passenger side is the one pictured. Driver’s side had a wasps’ nest on it.
I bought this 2009 Infiniti G37x yesterday and I’m loving it. It’s exactly what I wanted with power, features, comfort, and athleticism. The color is a little obnoxious for my tastes, but it’s an amazing car otherwise. It has 178k miles, of which the previous owner put on 130k+ over 6 years. The best part?
I am now a 2 car owner. Full reveal and more deets to come.
As many of you all know, my car was totaled out from hail damage. However, after buying it back, I’m not sure where to go from here. I was told it was going to be a total loss 3 weeks ago, but I was able to renew the registration last week. I’ve talked to a few people, who said on a car bought back from insurance that…
Today’s Edition is a 2005 Lexus GX470. It has 2 owners, no accidents, and meticulous service history. No rust and the frame was replaced 4 years ago. However, it has 291k miles. So that begs the question, at $5350 out the door (tax, title, fees all included), is it a NP or CP?
Is it a short crossover? A tall wagon? A lifted hatchback?
Spoiler: it was nice enough that I’m tempted to buy it, even though it doesn’t make any sense
That’s how long I’ve owned my TSX
A car that doesn’t cost $7000 for your time.
I’ve decided that I’ll be buying my car back from insurance and then put it up for sale. Basic details:
Problems and complaints, as well as neat features and things I might not know about it by looking around one for 10ish minutes.
Spoiler alert: I didn’t hate it
That’s the estimate from my local insurance-approved body shop for the hail damage to my car. I think it’s safe to say that an estimate of $200 more than my car is worth will total it.
Let me tell ya, those are 2 very different cars
Went for what is likely my last backroads drive before the TSX gets totaled out. She’s a pretty car and decent on gravel too.
That flex tho
As you might’ve seen, I got caught in a bad hailstorm. I got an estimate so now it’s time to guess the amount.
Bad luck is following my car.