kylerohde
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kylerohde
Jul 16
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I see what you’re looking at and it’s quite misleading. It says 38k but it also says “not available for purchase.”

Jul 13
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Except that V8 news was just a well-timed news dump by Fiat-Chrysler and I seriously doubt they are actually going to make it. If they do it’s going to cost $70,000 which is stupid.

Jun 12
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I’ve owned my 2011 GT for nine years now and driven it 150,000 miles through a bunch of winter too. I haven’t babied it in the least but I’m not a drag racer or an idiot illegal street racer either. The only thing I’ve had to do to the transmission is a couple preventive fluid changes. Original clutch still works fine Read more

Jun 10
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Yep. They have built an incredible brand, as evidenced by them selling 200,000+ Wranglers annually. That despite it still not being a great vehicle to drive every day, getting lousy mileage, etc.

Feb 1
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You should really watch 4-8, lol.

Feb 1
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Because Wonder Woman has far better stuff to do these days?

Jan 14
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I’ve always wanted to see Avalanche owner research that measures how often the midgate was actually used. My guess would be just a little bit more than the Envoy XUV’s stupid sliding roof. Read more

Jan 6
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RAM and Jeep are the only two profitable parts of the former Chrysler. Separating RAM from Dodge allowed FCA to possibly sell the asset at some point for likely more money since they would only be buying the trucks, not the crappy car and SUV part of the business. Pretty sure that’s why it happened.

Dec 27
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Congrats on responding to a 3 year old comment!

Dec 26
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Why I own a Flex instead of a Focus ST.

Dec 19
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No, the 430 and California were both available with manuals, albeit in very limited supply.

Dec 16
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If you guys are going to call this article series “will it baby?”, you really need to show pictures and describe how the car seats fit (or not). Otherwise, it’s not real useful, IMO.

Dec 11
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I don’t blame Johnson or Adams; I blame Kathleen Kennedy and Disney for not having a more coherent vision for filmmakers to follow. Pretty sure Feige is able to do that with the Marvel movies without stifling the directors that much.

Dec 11
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Yeah you’re right. I’ve driven my Flex 17,000 miles and didn’t realize it though. They work fine but don’t seem outstanding and the color/brightness don’t seem like HIDs.

Dec 11
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Sure about that? I have a 2018 Flex Limited and they sure don’t seem like HIDs...and I have every option except the towing package.

Oct 29
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Everyone I’ve ever met who has owned a Flex absolutely loved it. There just weren’t enough of those people because Ford did a terrible job marketing it from 2008-10 and then gave up on marketing it by about 2011, it seems like. Can’t remember ever seeing ads for it on TV, in any car magazines or anywhere else. Read more

Oct 18
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I mean, I love the V8 too but this sounds like a way to weigh more directly use their formula one technology in road cars, which is cool

Oct 9
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We are going in circles but building a few more cars and selling them isn’t the same as competing. Until they announce they’re going back to Le Mans in a different class, it’s giving up, to me. I am a huge fan of Ford, if you haven’t figured that out by my user name, so not trying to troll or something.

Oct 9
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Until they confirm the DPi or whatever future plan they have, ending a planned 6 year program is still giving up. Corvette is there year after year. Porsche is there year after year. Ford is not. That’s my point.

Oct 8
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That has yet to be confirmed and it’s still basically giving up.