Tesla is ahead of schedule. They weren’t expecting to blow up in China for a couple more years.
There’s a lot of communities here in Tennessee that could use a de-methanizer.
I mostly agree with you, but I’m not sure I agree with the reasoning. For me, it’s not a matter of asset value vs repair cost, but a matter of utility value vs repair cost. Asset value is the value of the car, while utility value is the value you get from using the car. These two are different, and the distinction is…
Guy that buys cars for a living tells reader to buy new car instead of maintaining old car. Color me surprised.
Actually the easiest thing, from an enthusiasts perspective, is to just stick with standard DIN sizes. I replaced the radio in my Miata with a double DIN system that runs android auto or carplay. When it gets outdated, I replace it with another double din system.
Problem these days is manufacturers insist on putting…
Here’s our daily “GM is shit” article. Now we just need one about Elon farting and the day will be complete.
A CVT is functional. What exactly do you think is “great” about them? Warm memories of riding on your pontoon boat in the summer? Is 50 Hz a magical frequency for you?
I had a Crosstrek as a loaner with a CVT and my wife owned a Rogue with a CVT. Both were miserable to drive.
They suck. Especially in the mountains. Motorboating from hell. Highlighted by the embarrassingly weak engines Subaru still pawns off on people.
That strong sculpting midway down the doors does a great job of slimming the Corsair’s profile. There’s a lot of small, good decisions in this car’s design, and in Lincoln’s current overall design language, that combine to create surprising appeal.
I agree. This is clearly a third gen Corvair
Same but for different reasons; Mid-engine cars are legendarily impractical, something the Corvette was actually decent at. That may earn some eye-rolls here but for people who buy them — and the significant-others who greenlight the purchase — it can be a make/break issue.
The tax credit isn’t helping lower income drivers buy electric cars. It is helping wealthy people buy into EV’s, even though they could likely afford them anyways. We haven’t seen an ecological benefit to EV’s yet for the small number sold, and the tax credit may be boosting sales, but not enough to offset ICE’s.
I disagree, somewhat, with your conclusions. Before we give more money away to buyers of electric cars, our only government should try to figure out why there hasn’t been more progress on the electric car front after years of Uncle Sugar laying lots of cash on their hoods.
Maybe so, but trains, cars, and and ships still existed in 1963. I have no doubt electric cars will be a permanent part of the marketplace, I just reject the notion that somehow gas powered cars are headed for imminent extinction.
I live in Durham, about two miles from the explosion.
This is a perfectly reasonable take and you’re clearly not the only one in the comments who feels this way. I may just be too jaded to have my own opinion either way, but I respect it.
I’m probably going to be dumped on if this comment reaches high enough to be read, but... this is to me a bit in poor taste to report on so soon? I mean, yeah, this a car news blog. But man, a building blew up and multiple people died. It just so happens that a neighboring building had some old cars in it, and those…
Highways facilitate trade and trade is good
I’m sure it’s the highways that are stopping hoards of people from moving back into the heart of Cleveland...