“MOTHERFUCKER THAT WAS A 325I” was definitely screamed in our office
David buy this RX-7
Sam Smith covered this brilliantly within the last year for Road & Track. Everything feels and looks and sounds like the future, but it feels foisted upon the scene as opposed to occurring a result of it. The product is something that looks edgy but feels incredibly dull.
Send me your address for the swag
These people have all been fired.
We just became BEST FRIENDS
A completely fair mistake to make. I did at first too.
The design is part of it. It looks like a shitbox economy car. Would it have killed Chevrolet to make this thing look attractive, and probably as a small crossover, since that’s what everyone is buying at the moment?
I’ve heard the SVX has weird gearbox issues. (I still want to buy one.)
Solid pick, but are they that cheap these days?
I saw a Z4 Coupe in Brooklyn the other day (not the M version) and was shocked at how much I like the looks of it now, and I didn’t when it was new. It really stands out in the sea of beige SUVs out there these days.
I get it, and I’d never implore someone to buy a boring car, but I don’t think any $50,000-$90,000 new luxury car has any business being this problematic in 2017. Especially when the bar is higher because everyone in this country remembers your “comeback brand” as being a piece of shit!
Anytime something interesting happens at Nissan, it’s generally because some smart and talented individual pulls a fast one on management.
Plano isn’t Austin.
I drove my first RHD car recently, and the opposite of what you said was most true for me.
Nope, if you can make it Wednesday you’re good and don’t have to do anything.
Yep, we’ll be at the race itself!
Yes, bring friends! This one’s a lot cheaper than most of our karting events too. It’ll be a great time.
I was a proponent of Dieselghazi, but people actually died there, so
We’ll have to keep this in mind for the LA Auto Show.