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Avoids Getting Hit By A Giant Falling Concrete Slab No Longer Has To Own A Nissan X-Trail
Eh, a lot of Toronto is really suburban, depending on what neighbourhood the driver lived in, it’d be very easy to never go anywhere that didn’t have a parking lot.
I’ll say this much - so many McMansions look weirdly desolate inside, because how do you fill that much space? Like, there’ll typically be that one room with a handful of Rubbermaid containers, one lone armchair stuffed in a corner, and a folding table, or something like that. These people clearly don’t have that… Read more
‘04 Hyundai Accent. For a stint, I had to drive for work, and was spending about 4 hours a day in the car. My prior car was a lease I had won, and was due for return, and my then-fiancee (now wife) suggested I just take her car, which she wasn’t driving anymore. So for starters, it’s a Hyundai from the pre-adequate… Read more
I test-drove one of the next-gen Micras when they hit the Canadian market in 2014. It was...fine, but slightly overpriced if you wanted a manual and A/C (thanks to mild discounting and 0% financing, the Mazda2 I ended up buying cost me about the same as the Micra would - I regret nothing). Read more
She *is* breathtaking, now we know what she’s done with that surplus of breath she’s taken
Another of my replies is hidden in the greys, but I’ve worked as a delivery driver, on a couple of pre-set routes stretching across an entire county, and only the longest route exceeded 200km/day. Furthermore, I currently work in a fleet department - while Transit-type vans aren’t our specialty, we do have a few… Read more
You’ve got to take the buyer into account though - private vehicles are bought by the same sort of people who’re convinced they need AWD because sometimes snow is a thing. Fleet vehicles are bought by someone who stares at spreadsheets all day long, and can tell you exactly how their vehicles get used, and exactly… Read more
I worked occasionally as a courier for a school board while in college, and even on the routes that went to the far reaches of the region, didn’t do much more than 200km (120 miles a day). Urban use would *absolutely* be far less than this. Plus, there’s got to be enough jobs where the van is just the cube that holds… Read more
I mean, I totally want to live in a world where Jennings is a household name, although I suspect it’s still a little niche
Because after decades of reliable EFI, carbs are a pain in the scrote when you just want a classic car for that handful of nice summer weekends? And sure, you could just LS-swap, but this might take even better to sitting in a garage all winter.
Hang on now, Ford well over a million 3rd gen Focii in the US alone, and even on something like that, I’d be astounded if the automatic take rate was less than 95%. Lump in Fiestas (and about a dozen other models that used it in some capacity) and international sales, and a million DCT’s is pretty reasonable. Read more