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Sep 17
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I have a 2014 Mazda6 with the 2.5. As most other comments say, zero issues with about 70k on it. My only complaint I've had with the car is the OE Dunlops were crap. Doubtful newer ones use those tires. 

Sep 15
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I noticed that. Big points for longitude mounted turbo flat four! 

Sep 15
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Based on this, a 2020 Subaru Ascent is “That’s a cool car you got there. Time to Sawzall the back off.” I can’t disagree. What a roller coaster though.  As high as 37 points, as low as 2.  CVT really killed it.

Sep 13
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I can't understand how GM products are so bad compared to the competition, but you get in and drive the new Corvette and it's unbelievable. How can they do such a great job with that car, but everything else is relative crap. Like in a vacuum, the current GM line up is okay, but Corvette aside, there isn't a single GM Read more

Sep 13
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Nothing like a standing start on lap 46...

Sep 13
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Well at least Russell still has a shot... 

Sep 13
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Maybe Williams can score some points today 

Sep 13
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They won't be coming back to Mugello at this rate. What a shit show of a start. 

Sep 13
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Did someone say safety car? 

Sep 13
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I quite like the front end styling. I'm so tired of every car trying to look super aggressive. This still has a little bit of aggressive look too it, but mostly just looks well styled and subdued. 

Sep 10
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Jason, you're pretty much the only reason I continue to read Jalopnik (and David Tracy periodically). Both of you offer unique content that isn't just reddit or news stories from around the web with snarky commentary. You and DT continue to offer amusing, insightful content. Thank you. 

Aug 19
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You should be able to set up do not disturb to allow calls and text notifications from only people in your contacts or starred contacts. Settings are in sounds>do not disturb 

Aug 17
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Or at the very least some updated regulation on things like headlights! 

Aug 13
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Can't they change ending modes mid race? It's seems like they're constantly adjusting available power during the race. 

Aug 13
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Get something with a good adaptive cruise. I average 100+ miles a day when I'm on the road and having a good adaptive cruise system makes it far less taxing to be on the road constantly. I only really have experience with Subarus and FCAs systems, but both performed pretty well (aside from the Challenger, which shuts Read more

Aug 7
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Been to both Bryce and Zion. I personally loved Bryce. The scenery is unreal and it’s a little quieter than Zion. Zion had a bit of a Disney world feel to me. The east side of Zion is beautiful as well, though the hikes aren’t as well traveled. 

Aug 4
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We sold with around 130k on it. I don’t miss burning mp3 cds to listen to music. I mostly listened to satellite radio when I had that car though. Read more

Aug 4
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My family sold our 2006 last year. We were the original owners.  We had the exhaust rust out as well!  Otherwise, the only issues we ever had were brake calipers and the power front seat gear failing.  Fortunately that gear was super easy to replace.  I still miss the car.  Th sightlines were fantastic (such a short Read more

Aug 3
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The Charger is a fantastic car, but that interior was starting to look data when it had its last refresh in 2015. The current Gen car could continue if they give it the interior they just put in the Durango.