Hayden Lorell
hlorell
1/21/20
6:24 PM
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For people who ride road bikes this isn’t really an issue as they already have no suspension. And with tire pressures at 120PSI the tires might as well be solid rubber. Read more

1/15/20
12:48 PM
2

Well, Precisely, if I can squeeze a F350 into a normal space, you should be able to park your 4Runner CHAD. Read more

1/14/20
5:11 PM
4

Meanwhile, my childhood best friend and his wife are picking out hello kitty bucket seats together for his 2jZ powered toyota crown. Which she loves riding shotgun in during drift events. Read more

1/14/20
4:44 PM
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Sounds like the wife needs to go rather than avoiding the sweet van.

1/14/20
12:57 PM
4

That’s....that’s not things work. You’re assuming those knock off goods are using the same “blueprints” as the name brand things. You’re right that you can have something engineered to perfection and built like shit that turns out like a turd. I have no doubt that Tesla engineers and designers are more than competent. Read more

1/14/20
12:10 PM
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People keep talking about that but that wasn’t actually done by Subaru it was done by a vendor.

1/13/20
12:23 PM
39

Whose dick do I have to suck at Fuji Heavy Industries to get this sent to the US as the new WRX?

1/9/20
4:35 PM
22

As someone who is pushing 30 and realized recently that he has never worked a single job he liked, you’re tugging at some heart strings here.

1/9/20
3:16 PM
20

This article was written by someone who can’t even eat pizza properly. Don’t expect him to distinguish GM, Ford and FCA products.

1/9/20
2:41 PM
4

I don’t mind it because the people at my building drive stylish EVs. One drives an XC60 plug in, the other drives a lovely dark blue E-Golf. And then the CEO has a plug-in Merc. So at least we don’t have to look at something as ugly as a Model X parked out in front of our brand new, equally stylish building.

1/9/20
2:35 PM
30

Yup, and all of them parked in parking spaces designated for EVs to charge.