Painting “REMOVE” in big letters would just make them even more popular.
Hello stupid people at Dodge, you should be embracing this, not trying to discourage it. In today’s world so few feel a connection to their cars any stronger than they do their washer and dryer, this is really something to celebrate. And if a company were smart, they would even take advantage and come up with some… Read more
I worked for a dealer, I’m aware of dealer prep, but who the fuck cares in this particular matter? It’s not hurting anything as long as customers are informed of the risk to their paint. I’m sure Chrysler must have bigger fish to fry than pissing off their new owners and forcing them to go buy these things on eBay.
Exactly, just google Mopar pink panther and it will be obvious pink has no place on a Mopar.
The other side of the coin is if I’m a buyer who wants one, and I just plunked down $60,000 on an overpowered 90's Mercedes, I’d damn well expect the dealer to let me keep it.
I think leaving the splitter guards in place is kind of silly, but whatever. It’s not hurting anyone... I’m not gonna lie though... if I drove a Charger/Challenger and it came with pink splitter guards, I’d rock those motherfuckers, especially on a black car.
Still holding out hope that one day there will be an article about stupid, dangerous shit totally free of comments excusing and bragging about doing stupid, dangerous shit.
When I was going through the process with my Tacoma, the dealership gave me a checklist of all the stuff I needed to bring back to complete the transaction. When I came back at the agreed upon time with all the stuff on the checklist, my salesman said, “Wow, you actually do what you say you’re going to do.” At first… Read more
That “make an appointment” thing has actually worked out well for me. The salesperson has set aside time for me and has a couple of versions of the car I spoke to them over the phone about ready to go. Nothing fancy either, I was working a couple hours away and my wife’s Saturn was on it’s last legs and she really,… Read more
How about going in and asking for a price which aligns with typical market prices on the vehicle/trim line and affords a fair profit to the dealer?
We’re undoubtedly heading towards an electric self driving future, so enjoy these types of cars while you can.
I feel like the Camaro is legitimately hurt by its lack of visibility. I don’t think a lot of people even realize that’s why they don’t like it, but it’s a major bummer/stressor when you can’t see out of your car very well.
It’s a comfortable car that can be had with a variety of HP flavors. It doesn’t always have to be about “riding on rails” handling. We’re undoubtedly heading towards an electric self driving future, so enjoy these types of cars while you can. Read more
Yep. Remove the author’s coloring of the scenario and it sounds delightful. Even with the negative slant it sounds better than the current spec series. Let it die and give something new and interesting the space to spring up in its place.
A NASCAR modified would fit the bill with a body designed for Indy.
“For that year, the Indy 500 would be contested solely by privateers with the “run what you brung” ethos to encourage as many entrants as possible. The most minimal safety standards would have to be upheld; other than that, anyone with an open-wheel car would be welcome to contest the race” Read more