Hopefully LS will be part of it, along with an AARP subscription.
For reference, there is no longer a hood pad. That’s how much they cheaped out on it.
It also seems the Mk7.5's have tanked in quality, because I’m seeing a growing number of posts about oil leaks and steering rack failures and infotainment screen cracks.
Oppo here, it was frustrating because the dealer was completely, utterly inept in their ability to fix the car.
Dodge Ramcharger or Plymouth Trailduster
Really? IIRC, ours was only rated at 5k, and that was pushing it given the softness of the suspension.
My Dad had one of those, but with a manual. His had 115k or so on it when he got rid of it, and it never gave him any issues. For an around the yard, go to the hardware store truck, it will be more than fine. The only reason he got rid of it was because he needed something to tow with.
Also, before Bman appears, it’s the worst sounding car in the history of automobiles.
The early versions used large quantities of oil, and the VQ35HR is the improved version, but costs more. The best budget track car you can buy is a Miata.
To be fair, it’s not that I outgrew my GTI or didn’t like it before December 27th...
I’m assuming it’s just the radiator.
I’ll take those discounts.
What sizes did you use?
Will definitely look into that.
By all accounts, it seems the non-Z will be a better daily. Plus it means I will still have a hot hatch...
Not on the Z06 as far as I’ve found.
Apparently bumping the fronts to 275's widens the selection. But 10k miles on $300 tires is a bit much.
No, as in the car’s service with me is ending.