This is perfect! Thank you!
I love your GTI!
I don’t see much of a point for it either, there aren’t even headrests on the seats... oh and it’s a $3,000 option!
I went from having a 4-door TDI to a 2-door GTI and despite the car being better in almost every regard (save for fuel economy of course) I hate not having rear doors!
Not a fan of the C-Class Estate, I think every other wagon in its segment looks better lol. But that B8 A4 though... 👌
Spotted when I took a trip into town:
The current 4Runner’s wiper is tucked beneath the roof spoiler which should also be copied by more companies.
The 3.0L TT in the Aviator is the same one in the new ST/Platinum, all three are tuned differently though.
The Explorers with the 3.0 are rated to tow 5,600 lbs, the 2.3 at 5,300 lbs, and the hybrid at 5,000 lbs. I’m sure the Aviator then will probably be 5,600 lb.
Is that thing on the roof supposed to be some kind of radar?
A few things I immediately noticed as an owner of a 2017 Passat:
Yeah, the VR6 is dead after the 2018 model year.
This horrible hack job was on BMW’s actual website.
Ah, back when the Soul was still considered a hatchback on Kia’s website...
I agree, I rented a 2018 CX-5 during my last vacation and found the screen location to be absolutely perfect. I think that when people go from a car with a “more integrated” display and then one like on Mazdas, they will realize the benefit of having it up high.
You say the Flex is dead but I went to Ford’s website and it’s still listed as a 2019 model. I thought 2018 was supposed to be its last year but seeing as though Ford’s already eliminating all their passenger cars, maybe it will stick around for a little longer?
There are two knobs on the dash for the dual zone aircon and there’s a volume knob next to the cupholders so you’re good my man