That had to be intentional, right? I mean, how could the A,C, and U letters have fallen off?
So last night, my mom dropped off her 2006 Accord at the Honda dealership to have the airbag recall done. I dropped her off at the dealership this morning to pick it back up. When she came home and handed me the “Vehicle Inspection Sheet”, I couldn’t help but read it and laugh!
I honestly can’t recall EVER seeing a wagon version of this gen. Only 105,000 miles and they’re asking just under $2k!
He was also parked in the tow zone, which was just as funny.
This thing is supposedly selling for $3,967.... I think I’m going to have to call this “Nikki” person for that “special” price....
Who in their right mind thought that a Nissan Altima needed a landau top?! I HONESTLY think that the Murano Cross-Cabriolet is gorgeous compared to this monstrosity!
Saw this on my commute this morning. A Nissan “Pathfinder Armada”..... I laughed because I’ve never heard of this and thought someone just stuck a “Pathfinder” badge on their Armada. Was the “Pathfinder” supposed to be a trim level of the Armada?
Was just browsing the inventory of a dealership close to me and stumbled upon this! Man, it’s been quite a while since I’ve seen a clean 2nd gen Camry out on the roads! These things are virtually non existent nowadays!
Well look what I’ve found!
Just filled up today and my mpg was a whopping 17. I’ve even “tried” driving more efficiently (AKA turning off “PWR” mode) and still managed to only get about 17.5 mpg. :(
Spotted this while out driving....
200,000 miles. And it didn’t blow up!
Welp, the time has come. Full tank of gas and about to head out to hopefully hit 200,000. If you don’t hear back from me by the end of the day.... then the Camry blew up or something.
Replaced the Michelin Premier’s on my Camry for some General Altimax RT43's. I am absolutely blown away so far! I truly had no idea how big of a difference tires can make. I coulda sworn that the reason why my Camry handled so poorly was due to worn struts. But with these new tires, the handling is like night and day!
So I went to replace the shift indicator bulb in my Camry today.... All went pretty smooth, but when I was putting everything back together, I managed to drop the little shift lock cap down into the deep abyss.
Welp, here we are. 199,000 miles.
So I’m taking an automotive class, and today was the first day we could bring in our own cars. There were some pretty nice cars: a very tastefully modified FR-S (manual), new Impreza Sport (CVT), 99 Corolla - MANUAL, an 06 Civic, and..... last, but certainly not least, a riced out 04-06ish Mazda 3 hatch.....
Saw this today.... What does that “E” badge stand for?
Words cannot even begin to describe how angry I am at my mechanic. I mean, how dare they drive my car 196,888 miles. I dropped it off this morning with ZERO miles on it, come back 7 hours later, only to find that it now has 196,888 miles.
So today after class, I planned to drive straight to my mechanic to see what that screeching/scrape noise was all about. I get into my car after class and turn the A/C on “HI”, and guess what? No air blowing out of the front vents.