2005 Toyota Tundra Limited, 120k miles
One of my favorite Jalopnik posts ever was this video of a GT-R being driven very poorly on track. I was hoping to share a link to this with a friend. Now, the embedded video in the post seems to be broken. Has anyone seen somewhere else where I can find the original video?
Lada with 3 engines
During the holidays, I assume people caught up on House of Thrones or Game of Cards or whatever. But, instead of that, I binge watched almost all the videos on 24 Hours of Lemons TV.
It’s an Audi A4 2.0 TDI. Sadly it’s not a manual, but the transmission is a 7-speed (DSG, I think?) which is decently fun. I have had it for a day so far. I went on an early morning drive today, and I discovered that it can do a sustained 130 mph (210 kph) on the Autobahn. On flat ground and downhill, it can do 140…
Check out the left-front wheel. Not sure if it’s an optical illusion, or if there are only 3 lug nuts.
No you’re not.
The year is now 2018. Why does Volkswagen’s US website contain no 2018 VW Golf information? No 2018 configurator, no 2018 brochures. And, there are no 2018 Golfs listed on Autotrader in the US. Does anyone know what’s going on with this?
Renting from Enterprise Rent-a-Car is great if you like reserving a midsize car and ending up with a Chevy Spark or Suburban, chosen at random. National is great if you enjoy choosing any car you want, so long as it's a Chrysler 200, Nissan Altima, or Dodge Journey. On the other hand, RelayRides is my favorite place…
My first car was a Volvo S70. Not a T5 or R; just a garden-variety GLT with the 2.4T and a protozoaic 4-speed automatic. One afternoon, I was driving merrily down the highway, listening to some Linkin Park or whatever kids listened to back in the mid-2000s. I smelled a bit of tobacco-esque smoke, and wondered…