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goobin
Feb 26
2

I know what you’re saying and how much Americans love their crime tv...but calling Criminal Minds “fun” and “light” still sounds so wild.

Feb 25
2

Coming from a Corolla the 20-something MPG of a few of the cars listed is going to feel pretty bad. When I go from the 40 MPG of my ‘daily’ to the 28 MPG of my ‘fun car,’ it is an extremely noticeable change.

Feb 25
9

Yep. Honda Fit is the answer to 90% of these posts.

Feb 22
1

I think these are probably all valid criticisms, my one piece of constructive criticism is:

The scoring system is confusing. I was a big NASCAR fan as a kid (got into it as tiny little dude in 2001, stayed a fan until 2006? 7?), I looked at the results from yesterday’s race and somehow the winner scored less points Read more

Feb 21
1

Just a heads up, I’ve definitely had my wipers freeze to my windshield quite a few times. I’m sincerely happy for you to not have had to deal with that.

Feb 20
1

I agree. I just think the way they did it makes the car look a bit thick or tall? Mostly the white barge boards REALLY throw me off.

I like the blue though, no pushback there at all. Have a good weekend comrade.

Feb 19
2

Someone on reddit flipped the colors on this livery and it looks so much cleaner, though they made the Honda logo white and I cannot abide by that.

I do like the white wheels though. Really wondering how they’ll look after a corner or two from all the brake dust these things generate.

Feb 19
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OP didn’t say it needs to be large.

They can do everything they requested in a Honda Fit, you can pretty easily find a 2015+ Fit for 10k. Read more

Feb 19
6

I’d put Sauber/Alfa, Haas, and Williams as clear backmarkers.

Renault/Racing Point (Aston/Force India)/McLaren mid-field
Toro Rosso/Ferrari mid-field-adjacent (sometimes better/often worse)

That is how I’d rank them by 2020.

BTW, Force India was 4th or 5th in the WCC in 2014/15/16/17 IIRC. They fell back in 18/19, but Read more

Feb 19
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2015+ with CVT is the beigest Fit, I won’t contest your assumption.

Feb 18
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Racing Point hasn’t been at ‘the back of the grid’ for a long time.

They were solidly midfield from 2010-19. Williams went from P3 to P10 in the constructors standings in a few years because the cars didn’t improve.

Feb 18
2

Agree. I notice my S2000 key & fob much less in my pocket than I do the (relatively small!) all-in-one key for my daily. Putting a key in an ignition is no less convenient than pushing a button!

Feb 18
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I have lived in a cold place all of my life and have never once considered leaving my car running while I fuel up, nor have I ever seen it from a relative, family friend, etc.
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Feb 18
2

To be fair...the Fit has had a pretty decent following in Japan and in the US as a tuner/track car for years. The Fit is what the Civic used to be.

I wouldn’t lump it in with actual beige mobiles.

Feb 18
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Yeah, it still leaves plenty of 2015+ cars that easily average 30-40 MPG while satisfying other needs.

20 MPG is still not decent. My 21 year old sports car averages 28 MPG.

Feb 18
1

Just a heads up, its 2021. 20 MPG is absolutely terrible.