He’s going to start a new team, be a driver, and have Lewis as his teammate again.
Torchy’s has brought the massive truck out to a couple races. They also had it parked in the grand plaza during X Games.
Over the past year, for the not so usual rental, I have had a couple Dodge Chargers, an Audi A6, and a CT6. Those aren’t bad at all. I’ve had the run of the mill Camry, Corolla, Elantra, and Fusion rentals, which offer exactly what you’d expect.
A significant portion of Dodge dealers are multi-point shops, offering Jeep and/or Chrysler. They need room for all the Wranglers.
I love to laugh at dealers that pull this shit. “One day we’ll get a sucker to pay this massive markup on a two year old car.”
Had IndyCar used blue flags at Mid Ohio last weekend, a few cars running in the top 5 could have had a fighting chance at the win. Instead a bunch of lapped cars were basically blocking them for the final dozen laps on a small track with limited passing opportunities.
I like it on either. Especially 964s.
My 997 was that cocaine combo. It definitely works.
That red with the gold wheels.
Who buys this? Rental car companies need a car they pretend is a big upgrade over a Sentra or Corolla, and want to charge $90/day for it. The Maxima is that car.
I fear that may also be the case. Reminds me of Tesla with the 3.
You aren’t familiar with how buying a new car in America works, are you?
$60,000 “starting price” soon to be obliterated by dealers marking this up to the stratosphere.
“And Jalopnik does not “cover motorsports””
I believe I speak for us all when I say...
Came here to say this.
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