New York is different from any other city... for better and worse. If I had the money I would live there in the spring and fall, but retreat to somewhere surrounded by nature in the summer and winter.
As somebody that spent the first 21 years of their life in NYC, I wholeheartedly agree that it is a miserable place to live. Lots to see when you visit, but too many people and too damn expensive to actually live there. Summers are gross, fall is rainy, winters are cold and rainy/snowy, and spring is just rain +…
NYC is great for a day or two if you have a lot of money and stick to the museums and concert halls and possibly Central Park, and if you go on one of those magical spring days when the dogwoods and other trees are blooming. Also if you have a foodie friend who can hook you up with a good restaurant recommendation…
The gear ratio. Shorter final drive = higher revs = more fuel.
I was not impressed with the amount of Interior Room
2006 Dodge Neon with larger headlights.
Also, my credit union (First Tech, which is huge) will finance whatever/wherever. But if it’s not a CUDL purchase, they will cut a cashier’s check, which means there’s more risk to you if the deal isn’t legitimate for any reason. They will on occasion direct transfer funds to a non-CUDL seller (Enterprise in my case)…
I once knew a mob type. He drove a Lincoln. Once he bragged the trunk was big enough for 2 bodies and still have room for his golf clubs.
$20 says there’s about 4 oriental rugs in the trunk that are about to be introduced to some cinder blocks and some water.
EGADS! One cannot remember what one has no awareness of...had no idea the Accord even had different engine options—and $4,500 is a metric ton of money considering the pricepoint.
The dash-wide screen reminds me of the Mazda Cosmo, it is very well integrated. Pity the Cosmo used a CRT touchscreen that stopped working about a day after you drove off the lot.
Exactly! I know it's what folks do here, whine and complain about everything, but you still have to look at your dials! They are literally crying about looking at a screen for a sec vs looking at a dial for a sec.
Do you also have a blackberry ?
So, nothing can ever break in your car? Interesting.
Congrats! Your right to free speech gave you the right to write this ridiculous comment.
As someone that values their privacy, this is certainly concerning. I don’t like apps or my phone sending location data out like a beacon.
Actually, that hasn’t been true since the early 2000s. In the late 90s this was limited to deep subprime lenders at buy here pay here places. However, GPS devices and immobilizers have become commonplace for subprime lenders. Maybe not standard, but to the point that one getting a subprime auto loan should not be…
Can’t wait until self-driving cars just drive themselves to the impound lot when the “owner” misses a payment. The future is bright!
Shout-out to those totally awesome parrot socks.