Remember when Honda took the Accord V6 and turned it into even more of a sleeper with the addition of a mild hybrid powertrain?
who would like to go halfsies (halvsies?) with me on this 1995 Toyota Camry coupe? I think it would be a fun car to have at Radwood Seattle next year.
Toyota Hiace, RHD.
Last weekend I spent three days (12-01 thru 12-04) in Palm Springs and the surrounding environs on a short vacation. I reserved a “Ford Fiesta or similar” through the rental agency, which became a silver Hyundai Elantra SE when I arrived at the rental counter. Here are my impressions after three days and 280 miles of…
Please excuse potato pic.
One owner. V6. Made in Japan. Low miles. Clean Carfax. Owned in western Washington, where no road salt = no rust. I’m not about to trade my Fit for this, but the want is strong. *fans self*
Finally got the rear windows of my Honda Fit (2010) to roll down. They’d been stuck for several months, and I thought maybe the switches had both stopped working. As it turns out, I just had to hold them both down for several seconds. One after the other, each window made a slight squirming sound and then slowly…
There’s something about the Subaru Crosstrek that’s always bothered me. So I went and fixed it. Hope you enjoy. Good night!
Here we have a Subaru Forester with *one* working brake light and two working taillights.
Because this relatively clean Corolla, muted plaid seats and all, is calling my name.
(Not my picture.) And it’s a beautiful color. Normally I wouldn’t give a GLA a second look, but this particular color is quite fetching. A grassy medium green always gets my attention, as opposed to darker shades (e.g. forest green or British Racing Green) that almost fade to black under certain conditions - no thanks.
Just for you, My Citroen won’t start. 2010 Honda Fit Sport, 5AT, Storm Silver. I loved my old Smart, but the maintenance and repair costs were getting out of hand. This car should be cheaper to maintain. The extra size and decreased fun factor will take some getting to, and this car is far from unique: I saw at least…
It’s not very often I see a first-gen Boxster, and in such good shape, so I thought I’d share. That is all. EDIT: Manual transmission, in case that matters.
in your local Toyota dealership.
And I’m usually pretty up on things.
Someone rotated the tires and installed the front wheels on the rear, and vice versa. That’s a problem because the Smart Fortwo uses staggered wheels/ tires. I sent an email to our local car2go team to let them know of the problem.
Automatic, because United States. Still, I’m pleasantly surprised to see something outside the usual assortment of appliance cars and leisure/luxury vehicles.
My whip for this evening is a friend and coworker’s 1987 Toyota Corolla. (Hey, that’s the same model year as I am!) She’s a one-owner car with just over 69,000 miles. It’s a complete base, stripper model except for a three-speed automatic transmission. Manual windows, manual locks, no power steering, no air…