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nadenator
10/21/19
2:08 PM
1

This is exactly why I am professionally happy that I don’t work in car sales anymore, and personally happy that I give enough of a crap about what I drive that by the time I’ve put in the year, model, trim, options and colors I want, there are like 3 available in a 1000 mile radius. You can’t haggle with 13 different Read more

10/14/19
11:04 AM
6

The cars that were traded in for Cash for Clunkers would be pretty ancient by this point - the most popular trade-ins were SUVs and minivans from the mid-90s to early 00s. Read more

10/4/19
10:03 PM
1

What I’m saying is that out of the 3 cars I own - a 2007 Jaguar Vanden Plas with 4 corner independent air-ride, a 2004 Mercedes S600 with Hydropneumatic suspension, and a 2005 Jaguar S-Type with “they’re active because we hooked a computer up to them” dampers, only one has to wear taller than factory specification Read more

10/4/19
9:58 PM
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CVRSS! Continuously Variable Road Sensing Suspension! Available on the all new 1995 Cadillac Sedan DeVille Concours! See your certified Cadillac Dealer for a test drive today!!! Read more

10/4/19
10:30 AM
1

But what exactly IS the suspension? 15 years ago you would say, “It’s a Lincoln. It’s got air ride.” I don’t think that’s the case anymore. Read more

9/21/19
11:18 AM
40

So the answer to the question is actually very simple - the Chrysler Turbine that can run on tequila or Chanel No. 5. And it even looks like a time machine already!

8/6/19
9:01 AM
4

Counterpoint: can any car with the 3800 Supercharged truly be entirely bad?

7/31/19
9:03 PM
1

Not to ever scare someone off owning a car they want to, I’d never want to do that. But it’s a car that exists on the same list as the Audi Allroad, V10 TDI Touraeg, Phaeton W12, Passat W8, and every other flavor the M275 comes fitted in from M-B. There’s no reason for it to be so good, so infrequently. It’s the Read more

7/30/19
11:06 AM
3

First thing is that you should absolutely believe the horror stories you read on the internet. They have Achilles heels which will cost half the purchase price to fix when they go wrong. Read more

7/13/19
11:22 AM
16

Remember the Hyundai Elantra GT? It was a sum-of-its-parts version of the Elantra hatchback meant to attract buyers with equipment that should have been suspicious at the price point? Leather seats and alloy wheels and a general look of respectability on the showroom floor?

6/23/19
10:29 PM
1

I just did the front brakes on my 600 in the driveway today. Only casualty was having to drill out the passenger rotor/hub locator bolt. Read more

6/19/19
10:37 AM
1

If I'm making the life destroying mistake of buying a convertible SUV, you'll find me in the barren wasteland that is my local Land Rover sales department.