I’m enjoying some of my people’s finest liquor while organizing my apartment.
I came close to buying a Town Car last year, and if I did I would have been about half the average age of Town Car owners. (I was 43 at the time.)
The GS460. Using the same 342-horsepower V8 from the LS460, it’s even more subtle — dare I say, invisible — ad rarer than it’s older brother. It’s a little bit smaller, and a little bit faster. And it’s almost as fuel (in)efficient as an IS300.
Standard 1993 Lexus sc400 specs: 1uzfe 4.0L v8, a 4 speed auto a340e is the only transmission until. +97, 250hp, 260ftlb torque. Excessive detail after the jump.
The Infiniti G20 might not be a particularly exciting vehicle in stock form. It suffered from marketing issues here in the U.S. and it’s often wrongly labeled as a fancy Sentra, but in the rest of the world, its Nissan Primera counterpart had proven itself through motorsport to be quite competitive. This international…
They’re all built from Kei cars. That “935” is a Suzuki Cappuccino.
If you’ll be local, it’s not a bad place, probably ranks above many in the region, not to mention the nation.
Good access to (and stunning views of) Mt Rainier and surrounding wilderness areas. The hop west through Tacoma to the Olympic Peninsula and national park area is reasonably close too. Fairly typical suburb of the greater Puget Sound metro region. Traffic coming into Seattle is a POS, but it is from most places at…
Echoing all the PNWers comments below. Living in Puyallup used to be perjorative, but not anymore. The commute north (or northeast) is pretty terrible. If you are not working there, don’t do it. If you’re working in Seattle, the easiest commute is from the east.
I’ve been to Northern Virginia and that’s not a bad comparison except the outdoors you have to enjoy nearby are bigger, wilder, and better. If you keep your commute short it’ll be a nice place to live, and it’s easy to go farther afield and enjoy the wider area on the weekends.
Puyallup itself is a pleasant but not terribly interesting suburb with some nice parks. It’s home to the state fairgrounds, which hosts lots of events throughout the year in addition to the state fair. Cost of living will be, shall we say, coastal, but substantially cheaper than Seattle. That area is growing and…
It’s a nice area. Easy access to I5 and not too far from Seattle proper or Tacoma. They’ve really done a lot over the last few years to clean it up and modernize it.
Mini is just like everyone else. If you don’t have the dealer tool, you cannot flush the ABS system. Period. Can’t access the EBCM.
You were warned. Carvana is StealTime. They’re the same shitty cars, the same shitty people, just changing the name and process to make it seem like they aren’t the criminals of legend. But they are.
I love large sedans, very nice.
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