The RSX was armrest-less as well (as it should be) but Honda smartly put the cupholders up under the dash in front of the shifter. It has a nicely contoured steering wheel as well to encourage proper two-handed driving
Even my wife’s 2010 Chevy Malibu LT (not LTZ) 6AT has hood shocks! Thus I have no idea how heavy it is
Maybe too it was the Bankrupting he got, adding insult to injury? Since when was that a thing, you guess wrong and it’s like all or nothing
15% is the typical conservative amount of your income that you should save toward retirement, 10% being the recommended minimum. He’s saying even going with the conservative amount, you’d really have to make a lot of money. So if you’re maxing it out with even _less_ income, you are really a super saver and we don’t…
My first car that I chose (that wasn’t handed down to me) was a ‘94 Acura Integra GSR, that I bought as a beater with one paycheck while I could save up for a real car (‘05 Acura RSX-S). However, I loved that stupid thing so much I drove it for several years before it rusted away.
I like my Pentastar, but there’s something fishy going on there with that 3.8L dyno plot. When the torque goes flat at 4000rpm, the hp would not also then go flat — it would increase linearly. What gives?