I know these games got....eh over time. And some of that initial atmosphere and creep factor faded but the original F.E.A.R. game was scary. Specifically two scenes come to mind, one being this.
So they are retrying the Saturn model of pricing.
If/when this happens, I hope those folks throw a fit at Ford and Ford grows some balls and screws the dealer’s allocation.
I’d be pissed if I put a reservation down for a car, waiting a while, then was handed a mark up beyond MSRP.
Thank you. And I agree, I stopped visiting Gizmodo for the same reason.
Is this basically going to be a slower but nicer Ford Flex?
It’s a great thing. Except it can’t handle the demand and I can’t sit around spamming refresh all day hoping a slot opens up.
I do truly hope they can scale fast enough but until then, my family has designated one person (me) to be the runner for multiple families to get groceries. I’m their Instacart because we can’t… Read more
Yea, that crossed my mind too. Performance is still really good.
I live right next to an east/west highway with 3 lanes each way. Definitely heard the street racing crews out and about. Not safe on this particular stretch of road but also fun to hear the exhaust and guess the car/engine. Heard a Mustang and a Subbie going at it last night.
This is actually how it works for me at work where we use Zoom. I have to admit every single person into my meetings, regardless of the type of link/meeting I set up. This should be turned on by default.
A lot of people don’t use a decent credit union (hell, even USAA doesn’t have great rates all the time) and also don’t have tier 1 credit. Getting stuck somewhere in the middle with these inflated rates. Pushing them into longer terms (which carry higher rates). With higher car prices, thus pushing longer terms, less… Read more