Ethan Z
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4/13/18
5:11 PM
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I get excited when I see a Touareg on the road. Is that weird?

12/8/17
4:03 PM
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Did you forget the car burned to a crisp and maybe for the sake of Richard Hammond, they didn’t put in-car footage in on purpose?

11/17/17
7:45 PM
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The NSX is worth every bit of $160K MSRP for what Honda is bringing to the table, but because Honda overhyped the shit out of it for the last ten years, they’ve essentially shot themselves in the foot in the process, “under delivering” on the hype, even if the car is outstanding compared to competition and similarly Read more

10/24/17
11:40 AM
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Dust off that turn signal stock and use it. Preferably before making a lane change or turn.

2/17/17
9:20 PM
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Yeah, I second that. OP Keep in mind that there are great, salvage Elises with nothing more than cosmetic damages on the front clamshell, but no structural damage whatsoever. Those Elises are salvage titled because of the high cost of repair for that clamshell, and because of that, most insurers/owners just total the Read more

2/5/17
2:55 PM
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No, they’ll look at it as a cheap alternative, like the next best thing, plus, the clone car would be tremendously cheaper than their European inspirations. A base model A3 costs an eye-watering $90,000 in China, so suddenly, the clone doesn’t look like such a bad alternative.

11/24/16
3:36 AM
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SOMEONE FINALLY RECOMMENDED A TOUAREG!!!! I’M SO HAPPY!!!!

11/9/16
2:31 PM
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I had to change the valve body in a 2004 Touareg... need less to say the driveway is covered in ATF and I got a fat scar on my pinky from slicing it on a bracket while trying to disconnect some solenoids. Moral of the Story? Don’t buy a Touareg.

9/8/16
1:04 AM
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I agree with this completely. After I moved to America, I’ve been completely Americanized, it shocks people when I tell them I wasn’t originally born here, but in China. Every time I head towards a popular tourist destination, I see literal “clumps” of Chinese people, being loud as possible and seemingly oblivious to Read more

8/30/16
5:21 AM
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I changed the valve body in my 2004 VW Touareg. One hell of a job, took me and one friend to do it over the course of 2 days, or about 8 hours in total. It’s the one job that the ClubTouareg will tell you to take to the shop, but totally DIY-able. Here are some pictures:

4/30/15
11:53 PM
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I just hope the new car doesn’t use the same chassis as the Veyron. Koenigsegg is very good at doing this.

4/30/15
11:48 PM
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This is like selling your kidneys for like an iPad or something, completely stupid and insensible.