Spridget
dustbustervans
Oct 28
7

Tone deaf dorks vs easily offended kidults, should be fascinating.

Oct 2
18

If I ever get a C8, probably not likely. I am getting a FIERO vanity plate.

Oct 1
2

I truly don’t see the argument for small cars to come back. Don’t get me wrong, they almost certainly handle better than most crossovers, but for the average person just driving around, they make no sense. A friend of mine has a Mazda 3 hatch; the roofline on it is so low that he can barely fit a full grocery run in Read more

Oct 1
2

I recognize crossovers as an extremely long overdue reversion to the mean. One that would have occurred long ago if it were not for minivans taking up the highest demand category: tall roof, multi-row, near-vertical back, higher ride height, etc. etc. All the things that had become achingly practical synonyms with Read more

Oct 1
10

But people are buying things I don't like! But I won't buy the things I say I will!

Sep 24
6

The trouble with Cadillac is that we all know its just a GM. It doesn’t bother me that my Lexus is a Toyota, or that an Acura is a Honda...because those are makes with well earned reputations for quality.  GM?  ha! no.  Im of the opinion that its not luxury if the foundation isn’t quality...no matter how many LED’s Read more

Sep 24
14

This is what Congress doing its job looks like. It’s called Checks and Balances, and this has been utterly absent in the last two years. The Republicans love to say, “Elections have consequences.” They do, and this is the consequence of their losing the House. 

Sep 24
14

I understand what you’re saying, but at a certain point you have to draw a line in the sand. We didn’t do it for child concentration camps or rampant self-serving corruption, but it seems admitting to extorting another country to influence our elections will do it. Read more

Sep 24
4

Neither of them are very inspiring. This election is all about mobilizing your base, I don’t see either really energizing the base right now. Especially Delaney.

Sep 22
13

I saw that. Absolutely rediculous for adults to assume zero personal responsibility like this. This seems like a large part of the American culture nowadays

Sep 8
7

Weird to see how relevant the brand was with cars ~25 years ago.  Now without CUVs, I’d wager it wouldn’t exist.  Nissan isn’t far behind in terms of past relevancy and cars.

Sep 8
7

Wait his daily is 6 years old with 218k miles? What the fuck

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Sep 8
5

Oh Legend Coupe...how I want you so... but 566,000 miles?! Jesus... that’s to the moon and back and then some. Literally.

Sep 8
5

Any time a player puts one over on ownership, I love it. Sports team owners make me want to root against them all. Especially NFL owners.