It just reads a bit editorialized. Like something a car journo would write in an article, and then attribute to somebody else.
Right? If Mercedes could do it 35 years ago, why not bring back cammed or articulated wipers? I think the monoblade cleans something like 86% of the windshield.
No, but there are hundreds of thousands of wasteful trucks and SUVs getting probably 14-16 mpg in daily use.
Did you want them to build a new tinny crap can? Just like the G wagen, and how by 2019 you were just driving a very nice version of a 70s era truck, it had to evolve. The current G is just as charming as the old one, and this Defender is a modern take on the old one. Read more
My grandmothers 91 Calais was also maroon over maroon.
I know the GT3 Touring is the one I’m supposed to want, but I’ve wanted a manual (capital-T) Turbo since they went outta production over a decade ago!
If he stands by his country, why is he racing with an Italian license?
I didn’t know the LeSabre had a front opening hood. To me that takes the value of this Gran Nash from up $2k to $2500.
I like the CR-V’s quasi-tri-spokes, they remind me of an old Saab!
I was gonna say, the 164 came out along with the Saab 9000, and when was the last time you saw one of those? Aside from the badge, they share nothing in common.
Wait, Silver Lake is exclusive? Since when?
Not to be that guy, but the Jalpa beat the C4 to market by 3 years, 1981 vs 1984. So it’s the other way around.