The curve isn’t really noticeable when sitting in front of it, which is the point.
Pretty weak article when you think about it, but you made it all worth it with that comment.
I like that Toyota trucks still come dumb as shit and with hydraulic steering.
I’ll suit up for this one, but as long as you don’t hang onto them more than about 3 years from brand new, e.g. a lease, they’re a good car. They have a throaty V6 and aren’t slow in straight line. While smaller than an Altima, they still hold 4 adults comfortably.
You made this sound too accurate to come off as the joke you (I sincerely hope) meant it as.
An Edge, F150, F350, Focus, Fusion, Explorer and Transit in the past 3 years, I’ve got a pretty good feeling for their lineup. Definitely not for me.
It’s kind of distressing to see Ford doing this bad, but also totally expected. With few exceptions most of their line up is weird. Not comfortable, strange jinked up power trains that break a lot, and an approach to infotainment that just sucks. They’re doing a great job with the F150 and Mustang, but not much else.
Ah, my memory was the Volvo C70, but you’re probably right, MB sounds more correct.
I wonder how the Heavy would do in a head on collision with a non-armored car. When I search for it on the YouTubes I only see APC’s and Brinks/Garda type-armored trucks getting into accidents.
It has always been an option to make large voluminous vehicles, it’s not a new thing. Sedans will see the sun again.
When I purchased my Tundra I noticed it had the most American parts content. I’m certainly not against buy local, quite the opposite, but the primary reason I found this interesting was the inevitable reaction by a lot of people here in the South. I have had the occasion twice now to pull out this bit of info, and…
As a guy who drives a full size truck but is already a 6'7" former college football player, I get really confused by this assessment of truck buyers. Some times You just get a vehicle because you actually fit in it and have some light hauling and towing demands. Sometime, too, people just like trucks and aren’t…
It’s probably time, must be hell on their OEM MPG averages. Paired with a 4.33 rear end, though, it really is a hoot.
Not sure why this isn’t one of the top comments since it’s an incredibly valid point. The only way I see our LC losing the 5.7 is if the Tundra also loses it as an option.
When I cut someone off on the road they only have to do one thing, slam on the brakes, does that absolve me somehow?
The arches of my feet hurt like hell for some reason when I’m on a ledge, doubly so when a loved one is.
You’ve clearly never been to a Wawa.
I have an unfortunate amount of exposure to VC firms and “startup culture.” The number of times in a week that I hear an existing idea put forth as something radical and different is going to put me in an early grave for sure.
This isn’t how progress works.
Yes, the car explicitly made for its handling characteristics with Prius tires does fine, however 2 door sports cars aren’t really the typical getaway car, right?