EZBrzy
ezbrzy
Jul 5
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Ooh so BMWs DO come with all the same standard equipment as a KIA Optima, you just have to pay extra extra for it. Read more

Jul 1
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I dont see the additional kit from level 2 to level 3 being $4500

Jul 1
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Depends on the height of the level. With a 2 inch level there is still bit of rake. I’ve had well over 1000 lbs in the back of my truck with the Fox 2.0 and there was no discernable carolina squat. Read more

Jul 1
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I’m part of that “Old Millennial” group that finds this body style extremely nostalgic. I’m not saying I’d pay stupid money for one of these, but 6 grand for a rust free 9th Gen F150 made the way the good lord intended: long bed, reg cab, bench seat, straight six, with a manual and 4WD in two tone? I’d gladly fork it Read more

Jul 1
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Man, I was hoping this was a shrunken stinger with a m/t.

Jun 26
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Bingo, a landscape trailer is absolutely going to be worth the investment. The issue with compact trucks is the width between the wheel wells, pick something up with a deck larger than 42 inches and it very well may not fit. Even with a full size truck that could be a challenge.

My vote would be for a 4 cyl Reg cab Read more

Jun 25
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When we bought my wife’s R56 we shopped the Fiesta and the Yaris as well. The Fiesta had way too much windshield too little structure in front of us to make us feel comfortable in the event of hitting a deer - worried we’d have a thrashing deer body in our face (but we also lost a family friend who was kicked in the Read more

Jun 25
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Not that I can recall since the 90's but the Britten V1000 ran circles around the competition Read more

Jun 24
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I think Mazda has been the closest to a graceful design for a hatchback.

Jun 23
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I’m not sure I would want a FWD hatchback Jag, now a small RWD shooting brake, different story. Oddly enough, I’m a fan of the F-Pace, I think it successfully embodies Grace, Space, and Pace, I am struggling to think of a single compact hatch that executed grace well, not even the Golf or A-Class. Maybe Alfa had one Read more

Jun 23
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Jesus Christ my lower back hurts just looking at that thing: forward controls and clip-ons?! Who’s supposed to ride this, a banana? CP.

Jun 17
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It really is not a bad looking vehicle. It’s closer to Wagon then Crossover SUV. If they have to call it a crossover to sell, then whatever, still close enough to a wagon to satiate my tastes. Still love the I.D Space Vizzion the most, but if this is the best we get I can deal.  Would even finally consider plunking my

Jun 17
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Seller was at $4,000, given the peeling clear coat on the hood, soft clutch, and common seat twist issue - I offered $3k, he wouldn’t budge, I’d have been willing to part with up to $3,500 for it, any more and quickly I’d be into the car for far more than it was worth just in parts for the clutch and paint labor.

Jun 17
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Exactly, all depends on how much “wiggle room” the seller has. At the end of the day, I’d feel comfortable spending $4,500 on this, and not much more, seller would probably see that as a low-ball.

I missed out on a nice clean E39 530i with manual and M-Sport package last year, seller wouldn’t budge on price and we were Read more

Jun 17
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Good catch, didn’t realize it came with two sets of wheels, that *almost* brings it to NP for me though.  Still, if I were looking at this, I don’t think I’d part with more than 5k for it.

Jun 17
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Nah, for me, crack pipe is peddling something that is either a total basket case (or likely to be one), or asking way outside the going market for a car, in this case asking 10k for this would be a clear cut crack pipe. $6.5k isn’t out of the realm of possibility for what this car could bring, but to me it seems Read more