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Nov 7 2016
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I was a Windows Phone user for four or five years (starting with WP7) and I loved it. It is still my favorite phone OS. The reason I dropped it was the lack of popular apps. I didn’t care it was missing about 7,000 different flash light apps. I did care that my banking app didn’t exist, no Hangouts app, Uber app Read more

Nov 4 2016
2

When was the last time you heard of the pawl being the worn out part of a transmission?

Nov 4 2016
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Yes, it is good enough. Or else we’d have a car rolling away epidemic, which we don’t.

Nov 4 2016
1

No matter how hard I pull my MK7 Golf handbrake, I can’t get it to skid the rear tires unless it’s snowy out.

Nov 4 2016
7

What car manufacturer specs the first oil change at 1,000 miles? Most every brand I’ve ever owned has simply spec’ed the oil be changed at the regular service intervals (most commonly 7,500-10,000 miles these days).

Nov 4 2016
4

How would they know if you followed the break-in recommendations? In all my years I’ve never once heard of anyone even being asked by the dealer/manufacturer if they correctly followed break-in, much more having their warranty claim challenged over break-in.

Nov 3 2016
1

We get it. It had been a really long time since the Cubs had won a World Series.

Nov 3 2016
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If only there were such a vehicle...

Nov 3 2016
2

I get what you are saying, but if I were in the market for a large SUV or truck, I would get the pickup every time. I’d rather have the cargo area uncovered so I can put large things. I mean, the Silverado gets similar MPG as a Suburban. It rides nearly as nice. I can spec them out to be similarly luxurious. To Read more

Nov 3 2016
1

Turn an SUV into a crossover, and they sell like hot cakes. Try to do the same with a pickup, and everyone makes fun of it (I’m looking at you Honda Ridgeline). Read more

Nov 3 2016
17

I think Subaru was close with the Baja, but the bed was too small. I’d like a modern extended cab El Camino. I’m not expecting to put full-size adults in the back for road trips, but something I could stuff a coworker into for a lunch run would be acceptable. And give me a bed long enough to put a motorcycle with Read more

Nov 3 2016
1

So why don’t Tacomas, Colorados, and Ridgelines get better fuel economy? They are both smaller and lighter than the current full-size pickups, but get about the same gas mileage.

Nov 2 2016
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Well, shit. Thought it was a regular Wrangler.

Nov 2 2016
2

That’s a bit apples and oranges. While the Wrangler does meet the 4x4 under $25k and rugged requirements, how many people actually cross-shop them? Read more

Nov 2 2016
3

If I were in charge of FCA, I would break up their American offerings as such: Read more

Nov 2 2016
4

It’s like FCA is trying to kill Dodge. The took away it’s best seller (Ram), and then they took away the Caravan. All that’s left is two old (but admittedly cool) cars (Challenger and Charger) and some other shitty shit.