Manic Otti
manicotti
10/14/19
7:16 PM
1

Pretty sure cost is what killed the 4th gen in North America and the current one is still pricey. Now that vans are more popular again, it might have a chance, but the Sprinter and Transit are pretty tough competition.

10/14/19
5:33 PM
7

Even worse... supermarket deviled eggs. Meaning who knows how long they’ve been sweating. These were designed to invoke maximum gastrointestinal distress. 

10/14/19
5:11 PM
44

So, your plan is to voluntarily lock yourself into a van for 24 hours with David, who has just gorged on pickles and deviled eggs? That doesn’t sound like a good plan. Read more

10/14/19
4:16 PM
4

Then will we begin picking each other off in the streets with assault rifles while simultaneously hijacking and robbing the self driving trucks?

10/14/19
3:01 PM
8

What does UBER do that they can lay off 1200 employees and still have only lost 4% of their staff? Are they counting all of the contractors that drive for them “staff?”

10/14/19
11:36 AM
2

terrible, cheap cars ... that are sometimes available with powerful v8 engines!

10/14/19
10:05 AM
1

Pontiac should have become a skunk works division. Instead it had bean-counter overwatchers to make sure nothing interesting actually happened.

10/14/19
9:13 AM
15

My guess is they’d still be making terrible, cheap cars...

10/14/19
8:37 AM
5

You know what else is (and is concidentally more representative of the price?)

10/14/19
1:33 AM
3

I still don’t understand why something like the salty, fat-laden Impossible Burger exists. Why try to replicate something you’re trying to get away from?

10/13/19
2:38 PM
16

I’d watch 3 more minutes of this over 2 seconds of that lame ass Joker movie.