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flyinglap
9/1/19
4:49 PM
37

A Jeep is, for a very large portion of it’s customer base, a pose vanity car.  I think this is a fairly recent development - but it seems like a really large portion of the ones I see where I live have obnoxiously large wheels and frowny grilles.  Sure, they are really good off road but the rest of the time they are Read more

8/20/19
12:40 PM
77

if you know, you know re: the LC. I would buy one in a heartbeat if i had the cash. 

8/20/19
12:37 PM
39

“The Land Cruiser is a global icon that embodies Toyota’s reputation for reliability, durability and capability. Read more

8/9/19
1:34 PM
18

I’m not sure which is funnier: the dumbshit who can’t figure out how to switch a car off, the muppets with the fire extinguishers, the pre-pubescant narrator with his squeaky voice, or the just general absurdity of the entire scenario. I mean yeah, the guy with the fire extinguisher should have maybe stuck around, but Read more

8/9/19
12:40 PM
460

Shocking. I always figured guys who bought Dodge Demons were totally zen and would only go to tracks after journaling their feelings and embracing their inner children, and then only to help others there self-actualize their potential. This comes as a great surprise.

8/7/19
2:59 PM
74

Hi Andrew, I’m not trying to tell you how to do you job. But this article is supposed to be about the C8 Corvette. And there is a little too much Nissan Titan and not enough Corevette. Can you put in a towing and payload comparison? Yeah. That’d be great m’kay?

8/5/19
1:27 PM
139

This right here. The 0-100-0 stat is part of Shelby history. To not understand that when talking about the new GT500 and why Ford used it is to show a lack of that history.  

8/5/19
1:12 PM
56

0 - 100 - 0 is a way better test than 0-60. No reason to hate on it just because it’s not common....if only more people cared about braking as much as they do accelerating.

1/4/19
11:45 PM
1

Many people don’t know that PPIs are a thing. Many other people assume that you can trust a “reputable” dealer’s inspection. In this case, it was even inspected by a third-party Ferrari dealership, but given the lawsuit, apparently the selling dealer apparently misrepresented the Ferrari dealer’s inspection results. I Read more

12/26/18
2:25 PM
301

I mean, it’s a hollow insult at this point, but if you wanted to illustrate “delicate special snowflakes”, who feel “victimized and triggered” by the existence of people who are completely ignoring them, and desperately want to create a “safe space” for themselves, I don’t think you could come up with a better example Read more

12/26/18
1:49 PM
171

Funny thing is, if someone with a Model X hooked up to one of those bro trucks there’s a fairly good chance they could drag it out the way. I’d love to see this happen.

3/10/18
6:19 PM
5

I’ll back up Polka on this one. The maintenance and risks that go with the euro motor far outweigh the slight bump in real performance. Read more

3/7/18
10:45 PM
25

What? There are loads of sub $10k used cars that are plenty reliable. Heck, there are plenty of sub $5k used cars at this point. No, you’re not going to get a loaded Tahoe, but if you’re willing to be a grown up and make the tough choices, you can find perfectly reliable rides out there.