stephen-macarthur
Stephen
stephen-macarthur
Oct 22
1

Sorry to hear that, I know everyone's situation is way different than the next. It's extremely frustrating to see all the lack of care and especially those who straight up ignore the science/officials. I just try to control what I can and let go of what I can't. I hope everything gets better for you, you'll get Read more

Oct 22
46

Project car? Poorly. House projects? Not quite as poor. Does anyone else just feel beat down all the time?

Oct 21
7

IIRC, the relevance was based on them trickling down from here. This is supposed to be flagship/halo, while normal plebes can eventually get a Canyon with the H1-EV package.
If the kinks get worked out with a small number of vehicles, also, then it is less expensive to fix en masse.

Also, I cannot afford it.

Oct 20
1

Just to add on, even if EVs aren’t perfectly non-polluting, they’re a step in the right direction. Don’t let perfect be the enemy of good.

Oct 20
3

He’s just trying to match his gut. He’s a deeply vain, insecure, ugly man, and everything he does is due to one (or all) of those traits. The stupid walk (lifts in his shoes), the long ties and oversized suit (fat man doesn’t want people to know he’s fat), and the weird way he sits (I’m not going to get into his hair, Read more

Oct 19
6

I find that the “well regulated militia” bit is so often forgotten. Want to own guns? Fine - join the National Guard first.

Oct 19
11

Not every drive is the same. I want to choose my own gears when I’m driving somewhere that I can enjoy a heel toe downshift. I want the lane keep assist and radar cruise when I have 200 miles of interstate ahead of me where I pretty much won’t be shifting. Read more

Oct 16
6

In Miataland, we refer to these as “hot air intakes.” Because the manufacturer actually put a fair bit of engineering effort into making that intake draw the coldest, smoothest airflow available and if a cone filter and some glorified dryer ducting would have worked better then that’s how it would’ve come from the Read more

Oct 16
25

Living in the northern US, I can tell you it’s a highly-aggravating losing battle. It gets cold for a day or two and every MAGAt starts crowing “GEE, I SURE COULD GO FOR SOME OF THAT GLOBAL WARMING THOSE LIBTURDS LOVE TO TALK ABOUT.”

Oct 16
17

We individual users are roughly as much to blame for global warming as we Americans are to blame for the terrible infrastructure issues in our country. Can we all try to make personal changes to make things better? Sure, but nothing one user is going to do is going to move the needle. This problem needs solutions and Read more

Oct 16
1

Don’t forget squish it between the hot engine block and the radiator radiating the heat from the engine. I agree that is major turn off. but the miles are low, the price is not the worst and it is at least a proper Volvo 5 cylinder with a stick and AWD. I am not fully enamored with it, but when I had to replace My Read more

Oct 15
21

I don’t draw the line, because there’s no point and it doesn’t matter. A TRUE SPORTS CAR HAS BLAH BLAH BLAH.  Read more

Oct 14
70

Definitely based on a 3rd generation Honda Accord (from a market that used the conventional headlights). The front and rear bumpers are identical, the headlights are the same shape, the grill and hood match, and the indent across the side of the car matches where the plastic trim would go on the Accord. The roughness

Oct 14
25

The front of the mk3 Accord without popup lights is a strong match.

Oct 7
128

Or just put in a huge order with Mercedes and dictate that it have the USPS badge on the front and it costs them nothing extra because they just put in a giant fleet order and MB can probably tool up a new badge for a couple thousand dollars.

Oct 7
3

It’s so frustrating seeing so many people in the comments saying this is a bad idea. These kinds of technologies are proven to reduce accidents in cars. I would love it if my bike helped me panic brake when someone turns left in front of me.
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