Look at this monstrosity I found in the streets of Hong Kong. But I kinda like the hood wind deflector
Hing Kong is awesome!
I really liked those listicles in Jalopnik, where questions that should have never been made.. were made. Things like “What car would you punch in the face, if it had one?" or "Ten cars that are great for the retired car enthusiast" I kinda miss those articles.
So this is the deal. I currently drive a perfectly functional 2010 SEAT Ibiza Sport, I have been driving it for 5 years now, and I am very happy with it... But I keep thinking that I should upgrade to something newer/better equipped, like an Audi A1. If I do that I’ll have to spend some money on the trade, but my fear…
So I had to get to work earlier than normal, and -without having it planned- I parked with 2 other cars from VW group that share the PQ25 platform.
Good Night Oppo!
So, I’ve been kicking the idea of replacing my small DD 2010 Seat Ibiza Sport with a small SUV, something rugged that would allow me to do some mild offroading (ie, driving through the various pothholes, puddles and speed humps in my city), and I am particularly interested in a previous gen Ford Escape/Mercury…
My wife and I are visiting Chile this week and in the sea of chinese and korean cars we found this well preserved VW SP2. It's a shame they discontinued this car after a very short run. It's is the first time I see one in person and I quite liked it.
My budget is about 250,000 MXN (17K USD) and I want a small, cheap, manual transmission, normally aspirated CUV. These are the finalists.
This happened in my city (Guadalajara), a 1990 VW bug (Vocho) catched fire, (we're talking Ferrari territory here), fortunately a young couple helped with 2 litres of Coca Cola to put the fire out.
This guy was showing off doing donuts in the beach in Mazatlan Mexico.