The 2020 was hideous, but the new one is a damn good looking car.
If you want to get pedantic, the photo is looking south, so no, the 3rd Street Promenade is not in the background of the photo, it’s only on the North side of Colorado Ave which runs in-line with the pier.
There’s dealer events, and then there’s “dealer events”, in this case I tag along with the local JLR dealer on actual trails to help guide the newbies through trails. Not the stupid obstacle course around the dealer lot, actual trails. Between the new LRs and the old solid axle ones (Defenders, Discos, RRCs), you know… Read more
Eh, seeing as how outdoor dining has been deemed safe pretty much the entire time, and when LA got dragged to court over it they offered zero evidence at all of spread at outdoor dining restaurants, and as much as admitted that they closed restaurants as punishment for citizens gathering in their own homes which lead… Read more
Yep, it’s called the Discovery 5, and it sells like hotcakes.
Nah, if we’re talking “as built” the new one will kick the old one’s ass every day of the week in every type of terrain. Adjustable ride height, more than 7 horsepower, traction control, varied throttle response, locking differentials, etc, the new Defender will go just as hard off-road as the Range Rover, and having… Read more
Listened to Mackey on JRE, and man, when Joe Rogan thinks you’re a loon, it mite be time for some self reflection.
Toyota would be dumb to spin the 4 Runner off into the LC line-up, it’s already just a gussied up Prado, and the 4Runner has much better name recognition than the Land Cruiser in the States, so what would one achieve with a re-badge? For that matter, the FJ Cruiser has far more offroad cred than the LC these days. Read more
Pretty much every pressure vessel has to “re-cert by” date on it. I’d be shocked if the tanks can’t be tested and re certified. Slightly different animal, but compressed gas tanks for welding have the same “lifespan” but if they get tested they can be certified over and over for pretty much ever. I’ve had them from as… Read more
No, it really only makes sense one way.