They changed the name from Pathfinder to just Path, when they left body-on-frame.
Me too. I did that once an then bought the entire arms.
It looks like they are trying to hard to meet the focus group results for luxury.
3L V6 Heavy. FWD with AWD option. More expensive than German’s on the sticker.
Does anyone see that one rear wheel has more negative camber than the other?
Nissan is reducing the value of the Brembos by writing Infiniti on them.
Are you sure this isn’t a Mazda?
Let’s compromise. Maybe we can recycle the old arm? Or have the OEM create a wiper arm exchange program? I can see Subaru doing this.
I knew this could be done. But the last time I tried it I cut myself and didn’t know the metal could be removed without the rubber. I will try this again using the knowledge that you dropped on us.
I nominate you to be King of the Jalops!
I turn my nose up at all them. The hot engine or nothing.
I think it just shows that most people care about luxury, appearance, and status versus acceleration performance. :(
The turbo lag doesn’t bother you? I have a hard time dealing with it after the corner apex as I roll into the throttle. But I have to admit that an Audi S5 would continuously out accelerate the Cobalt. But I would have a much higher corner exit speed.
They labeled the 6.2 Ecotec3 or something... But yeah. I don’t do as I say. Wait, I have a 5.3 in the TrailBlazer. But it’s not fun to drive either. It sounds really good though.
There’s no replacement for displacement.
I used to have a girl friend like that.