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Dec 16
3

the alcantara dash is... interesting for a car of this nature. it looks very obvious they just used a production dash. Other cars in its “class” typically leverage a body colored non upholstered panel for the area vacated by the lack of windshield to the passenger compartment. looking top down on it, the transition Read more

Oct 20
22

You are not alone. I hate crowds, this sounds like heaven to me.

Oct 20
43

I dunno if it’s just the introvert in me, but that sounds much nicer than the alternative.

Aug 18
3

I wish movies had some sort of “no cool/classic cars were destroyed in making this movie”. I feel guilty to enjoy a movie that stands on the carcasses of fallen good cars.

Aug 13
22

It always makes me a little sad when automakers show their once-great models in an ad that’s eventually going to lead to their current, bland, undesirable ones.

Jul 22
4

The “benefits” are just marketing nonsense. It is significantly weaker structurally where it applies the load. And you can put attachments anywhere on Tslot without moving existing stuff. They’re called drop in studs or drop in bolts. They work great, and looks like this:

Jun 22
3

God is that ugly. I think another problem for Mitsubishi is that unlike Honda or Toyota they make CRAP. As in I had 2 housemates who had 2 different Mitsubishi’s: a Montero and Eclipse. BOTH of them blew their head gaskets. They also had lots of weird electrical issues. So they have a bad reputation in the US anyway.

Jun 14
101

This looks much better than the factory grill. This article would be improved if you included a picture of the car with the OEM grill.