I've been reading up on tyres for a few weeks as I had to replace all four, and those LingLong tyres got consistently hammered for being dangerous. Some Chinese tyres seem to be ok, but theres a lot of hate for those things. I was briefly tempted by some mostly because they had '666' on the side but after reading…
Haha, no I meant the RR...
I've come around to the first gen, 2nd I think actually looks good front and rear, and I've made my peace with the profile view, but the new ones....they're not ugly but they could be anything. The early ones had their own thing going on.
Its a 2004 (2nd gen) - I'm not keen on the look of later models.
Paid about £6 for a litre. Only had this Foz about 6-7 weeks. I'm finding fuel economy is better than I'd expected. Kinda wishing I'd gone for an XT now!
It does struggle to stay connected for too long, but its ok for the money. I don't rely on anything its telling me (though a reliable distance to empty would be nice).
The XT is more particular isn't it? I just have the regular 2L NA X AWP Foz - slow but so much fun :)
I went with what I read a lot of Subaru shops use. Doesn't seem drastically different to what it had before (Valvoline I think). I should probably stick the rest in our Saab, poor things been run on a shoestring for a while now...
I've no idea how you persuade horses to get close to THAT.
What ISN'T better than an X5 off road? F1 car maybe... ;)
Just got a Z3, great phone :) I'd never have an iPhone and probably won't have another Samsung after the battery & GPS shenanigans of my S3...
Hell yeah, I'd get all up in that.
Yeah that might be what I read about VW, everything else is on a different system with AB/security stuff. I have a immobiliser keypad in my Subaru but as its used I have no idea how to what the code is or reset the code which would give me more peace of mind. Guessing OBD might not reveal that to me.
Well this is going to be an embarrassingly short list:
Never managed to actually clear any with mine, airbag light in our Saab, ebrake sensor in a Renault, coupla others. I hear VW group cars are easiest to 'talk' to? I have a cheap handheld code reader too but no problems with my Scoob to deal with :)
Connected as in plugged in, not connected to the phone I'm guessing?
I miss Dirt McGirt.
I'd zombie apocalypse the shit outta that.