Toyota still makes the Toyota Rush/Daihatsu Terios, which is kind of a small-ish SUV, although I have no idea how good it is off-road, and the design is pretty lame.
It requires more maintenance because a passenger door is smaller and isn’t supporting a whole spare tire. I’ll grant that it is easier to close under some circumstances, but if the car is uphill with the tailgate facing downhill, good luck closing the tailgate, or if it is tilted towards the side opposite form the…
My dad just got a new Suzuki made in Hungary. And most Fords are either made in Brazil or Argentina, the Ford EcoSport was originally designed in Brazil specifically with the South American market in mind. The same can be said about the VW Gol and Saveiro.
I beg your pardon.
You’d be bitterly disappointed by the Cactus. The seats are horrid, there a no cupholders in the whole car, the infotainment system and digital gauges are glitchy, poorly designed, and just awful to look at, the rear windows don’t really open, and the tiny diesel engine, coupled with a average automatic makes for…
Two yellow rectangular fog lights would be perfect!
I can’t stand the fake exhausts
In my opinion, anyone who calls Fortnite childish/kids-game/oranythingsimilar, is also mocking on Team Fortress 2, and that is unforgivable. Not that I like Fortnite, but there are a lot of other games with that cartoony aesthetic and there aren’t as many people hating on them.
I think the biggest offender in the oversized grille category, right now, is the Suzuki Swift.
Ok, better analogy (at least in my opinion), what if one of Honda’s first HondaJets crashed and did so in a rather spectacular (both wing breaking apart, uncontained engine failure, pilons broke, etc.), wouldn’t it come under a lot of scrutiny?
Whenever I’m driving a small underpowered car (most of the time) I sometimes will accelerate from 0 to 35 and try to redline the car, I know it’s not ideal but it a lot of fun.
Except maybe Jules Bianchi?
I listened to the video for a few seconds on my laptop, then moved on to my desktop tower which is hooked to a hi-fi system.
A couple of weeks ago I saw a Fiat Uno Fire for around 750 USD, almost bought it.
I’d doubt that they cancel mass, I would be inclined to believe in antimatter powered flying wings that superheat the underside of their wings to produce lift and have inertia suppression capabilities to execute high g maneuvers and acceleration, but mass cancellation is something I’m not buying.
And there could be a TKFESRB-72B/
They need a really good halo car, something like the R8, but on a Hyundai level.
A mass departure of people from Lamborghini to Hyundai.
Looks quite Cessna-ish to me.