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3/26/19
11:44 AM
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Hear hear. Traveling between NYC <-> DC or NYC <-> BOS - train is king. If you try flying between these cities, you’ll spend as much time on Belt Pkwy/Van Wyck TRYING to get to the airport (and then, consequently, waiting for your delayed flight to actually take off - because it’s now #25 for departure out of JFK), as

3/20/19
1:25 PM
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For all its style (and price), this luxurious people mover fails in the cargo department. An Acura MDX offers almost 16cu inches of cargo volume behind third row. X7 is mere 12cu ft? I’m glad I bought the Expedition MAX last year. At $83k, it may not be a good value, but boy does it move people (and cargo) in

3/13/19
9:41 AM
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I’m pulling 408hp on mine, but that’s with warranty-voiding mods.

3/13/19
9:36 AM
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I’m still surprised more car makers don’t offer dashcam/security cam functionality. I mean, my Ford Expedition has 5 cameras. Why not integrate a function that allows me to use them for security/dashcam purpose? A simple SD card slot in the glove box would store the footage. Instead I have to shell out hundreds

3/13/19
9:35 AM
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I’m still surprised more car makers don’t offer dashcam/security cam functionality.  I mean, my Ford Expedition has 5 cameras.  Why not integrate a function that allows me to use them for security/dashcam purpose?  A simple SD card slot in the glove box would store the footage.  Instead I have to shell out hundreds

2/13/19
4:28 PM
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Curious, is this comparing a 3 year depreciation vs new? I only ask because I lease a 2018 Expedition (just like the one pictured), and these only came out last year. If a pre-owned 2018 Expedition can be had for 38% less than a 2019 model year, then something is really off here. I think the data is actually looking

1/30/19
5:57 PM
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333hp for a 5,000lb vehicle is a snooze these days.  I drive a 5800-lb Expedition and just had its 400hp V6 tuned to 480hp.  It hauls.  I’d expect Audi at the same price point as my Expy to match it, being a luxury German vehicle.

1/29/19
3:57 PM
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Indeed. As anyone who’s ever driven to Las Vegas can attest, the drive on any of the roads leading into (and out of) the sin city is about as exciting as watching a tree grow.

1/16/19
4:38 PM
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I don’t think I’d ever say this but... I would welcome articles on Lada in times of this Supra coverage overload.  I’ve never seen an ugly duckling get so much press!

1/16/19
8:48 AM
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But are stretch limos still a thing?  I live in NYC, and back in the 80s and 90s, stretch limos were the VIP symbols on the roads.  But I honestly haven’t seen a single one in a year.  Anyone who’s anyone has a chauffer and an Escalade (or a convoy of Escalades/Suburbans).  I work with VIPs all the time, and it’s

1/16/19
8:42 AM
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Please, make all this Supra talk stop. I’d like to load Jalopnik homepage one day and see no mention of Supra. That would be a lovely day.

1/14/19
2:45 PM
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That’s a neat little power bump, but the looks on the STi are dated.  She’s really due for a redesign.

1/14/19
10:00 AM
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My eyes, my beautiful eyes!  The goggles do nothing!

12/17/18
11:32 AM
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Believe it or not, not every affluent American wants to be seen in a German ritzy-blitzy sedan.

2/27/18
7:43 AM
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Yeah.... if you’ve got $100k to blow on a battery with wheels.

8/4/17
6:12 PM
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Instead of adding a big V8, they should’ve shaved some weight. At 5,500lbs, Durango is a pig on wheels. A comparable Acura MDX AWD comes in at only 4,300lbs.

6/15/17
8:42 PM
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Civic will always trail behind on 0-60 times because it’s a FWD vehicle. Ensuring a quick off-the-line launch will always yield some wheel spin and therefore, loss of time.

5/31/17
4:06 PM
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For $5k more you can have an AWD Golf R with the same power, plus German refinement. I also don’t see these Civic 20" wheels lasting very long on US roads.

5/4/17
7:29 PM
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I did put down a deposit on a model 3. Then I ended up buying a Golf R and chipping it to Stage 2, because I didn’t feel like waiting for years, and years, years. Now I have a hot hatch that does 0-60 in 3.7 seconds for roughly $45k. BMW M4 owners just frown when they realize they can’t keep up, despite having spent