We’re getting there at an alarming rate.
Or MOT failures for mundane meaningless things. But in general you are correct.
The Ford Fusion never really found footing in the American sedan market ...... While Ford did move a lot of units, the automaker didn’t make much money doing so
Hyper-sensitive?. I guess kids being murdered enmass every other month can be described as hypersensitive.
Can’t wait to pack a bunch of gravel and dirt in those spokes and unbalance the hell out of that tire. It’ll be fun watching then bounce down the road like they are driving over railroad tracks at highway speeds.
It couldn’t possibly be that no one “accidentally” purchased the CTS-V because it was pretty obvious what that car was and targeted to. Where as with the new diluted CT4-V and CT5-V models you can get the crowd with cash money who come in to the dealer, want a cadillac, and want whatever the top of the line model is.…
Ferraris without 3 pedals and a gated shifter make make sad.
What’s up with the with the fake APC ricer pretend gated shifter plate in the console? That’s just about the equivalent level of a stick on Type R badge.
I’m kind of with you here. The 355 was the last classically beautiful Ferrari, the 360 was “ok”, but everything else since has been kinda weird looking IMO.
I saw that too, and was like... “Seriously?!, that’s some cheap stick on ricer stuff right there.”
My Fiat has tap to turn. I actually like it. I find it kind of handy. The only thing I wish I could do is change the number of ticks/blinks it does. It’s set to 3 and I wish I could change it to 5.
The wood trim was absolutely factory. I have an ‘01 Forester S Premium that I bought in November with almost identical stick on wood trim around the radio and A/C vents. In the many years some of it has been removed, but I have most of the pieces that were removed.
Forester Woodgrain trim, (code: manual IWH, auto.…
anyway I just started my car with the emergency key and drove to the store to get watch batteries.
No it’s 100% true. Well except I was wrong in that it was a 2014 and not a 2015. They found the emergency key in the fob and either used it or the key pad to get in. (I wasn’t there so I’m not sure.) But even with that in hand there is no where to use it. There is no ignition lock. Not even one under a cover in the…
About 2 -3 weeks ago a friend of mine and her father had driven their 2015 Ford Explorer about 3 hours away to attend a dog show. I started receiving texts from her on Sunday that they were stuck. The battery in their key fob had died, there were no stores anywhere close to where they were to get a new battery, and…
That’s when I get very blunt with the sales people. “I will not buy a CVT, and if you show me another one you are wasting both or our times.” I go in to dealers with a very specific want list, and if they can’t meet it, then I don’t buy as simple as that. It frustrates the hell out of sales people but I really don’t…
Was going to post this.. I have a ‘70 Chevy C-10 with coil springs on all 4 corners.
Well I fully feel that this is the UK’s goal. I don’t know how many cars I see for sale or off the road on the FB car boards because their Polo failed MOT because it had some surface rust on the lower control arms. Or their Capri had worn sway bar bushings.
Hell, here are actual numbers from 2014. 4,650 cars failed…
Also, pretty sure I didn’t care for it on that Celica. Didn’t like it on the Enzo. And don’t like it on the A90/FT1 either. Putting a beak on cars makes them look like Witch Hazel from a Bugs Bunny cartoon.
Well, I “was” trying to stay in the Honda family. If you are going to jump Nissan why not go all the way and say, who’s going to swap in an LSx?