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Margin Of Error
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Oct 30
2

If you want to feel fresh air in a Golf the only acceptable choice is going full-basket.

Oct 30
3

“All highway miles on my commute to the salt grinding plant!”

Oct 30
6

Good god, David. It’s rusting from the top on down. Stay the hell away from this cursed Jeep. Something unholy must have happened in it.

Oct 29
6

And the rear of the current Mazda3 is the worst part.  Something unsettling about that weird smoothed over rear.  Pinched poop?

Oct 27
2

I like it because its greenhouse presents it as a big honkin wagon. Long and skinny (seeming). Looks like a BMW.

Oct 27
23

Might as well just buy A-M outright and get it over with. Doesn’t every German company need a boutique British brand to play with? BMW and VW can’t have ALL the fun.

Oct 27
13

Alpina makes comfortable, powerful, high speed cruisers, not sure how the X7 wouldn’t wouldn’t fit that brief. 

Oct 27
3

Yep... pretty sure insurance companies quit insuring the extended ones with passenger seats about 10 years ago. I dunno if most got crushed or just turned in to craply painter and plumber vans

Oct 26
7

The car will be worth way more after the lease, sell it after and instead of 2 mil lease you get a mil back.   

Oct 26
5

4 year old Q7 with no warranty left and it is still great. For long-range family hauling I could not ask for more, but if I was shopping to replace it the GV80 would definitely make the cut for consideration.

Oct 26
11

I think it’s because the top of the grill has no real border, whereas the bottom has trim. It’s an odd choice. 

Oct 25
7

Good for Hamilton, but that was the typical boring Mercedes pedestrian victory. Yawn. At one point Hamilton complained how his tires were very bad, then proceeded to set several fastest laps over the course of the next 20+ laps on the very same tires. I’m pretty sure he’s just trolling us all with the radio messages. I Read more

Oct 25
7

Great post! Hamilton is a special driver, and as I’ve come to appreciate, a unique and interesting person (at least for me). Read more

Oct 25
4

F1 switched to hybrids in an attempt to attract more manufacturers as a way to remain road relevant. the V6 layout was settled on by the teams. they didn’t change because they were faster, but they ARE faster. a turbo with lots of power and lag has the ability to be a fast engine, but the current, refined Hybrid power Read more