1. This is secretly Best Supra
Trade it for a Honda?
Sounds dangerous. Let’s push it into the Gowanus Canal just to be safe
We think she’ll be sticking around.
Proofread is one word, not two.
He actually is wearing Nikes!
the wife’s DD Chrysler T&C
We’re gonna find out! Commuting every day, I probably wouldn’t run down the battery all the way. But I think charging is an important part of this test. So my plan is to take it out somewhere, run it down, and then charge it in a place in Brooklyn near my apartment. See what it’d be like to live with if I owned it.
Makes my job easy!
It is pretty fun, yeah. I’d say it’s quicker than a Golf but not as athletic as a GTI, and a decent handler since all the weight’s in the floor. Minimal torque steer under hard acceleration. It’s not a sports car or a hot hatch, but it’s not a golf cart either.
A/C’s great. I haven’t found it to bleed away the range. It’s too hot here not to use it anyway.
What’s the range when you flog the crap out of it?
They are similar. I think it’s fair to say they’re about as quick as one another, and I remember the last i3 I drove being a slightly better handler. But the Bolt’s superior range would make the difference for me.
I haven’t driven the new Leaf yet, but I want to. And I have never been impressed with the i3's range, even with the little gas motor. Very much the opposite. I’d take a Bolt over an i3.
In order: Yes, sure (plenty of room really), very quiet, and I think I’d take the Bolt? Going full EV is increasingly appealing to me. Maybe not as my only car, but this makes a compelling package for a daily.
I’d swap in Recaros if I owned this bad boy and would regret nothing
...Wait, do you think Paul Newman starred in Bullitt?