Telumektar
telumektar
1/17/18
2:29 PM
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I kid you not a week ago I saw, what I think is, the Lada version on the street... in Uruguay. But even though you can still see Rivas, Nivas and Samaras around that was the first Russian City-car I had ever seen. It looked good-ish, for a nineties-style small car.

11/4/17
7:03 PM
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Was going to say the same. BMW have been on the same path for a while now.

11/3/17
7:52 AM
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Vegetables don’t suit everybody, shoud’ve ditched it.

10/11/17
8:11 AM
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It’s so nice Nick and Danny still get to meet each other while working at the WMP. (3:57) Read more

9/18/17
3:08 PM
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Where we are going we don’t need no reversin’, son!

4/11/17
12:44 PM
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Plus, it’s not even the first Cruze Hatch’ ever

3/22/17
1:25 PM
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The article mentions that this practice is being adopted by other companies as well. I think it’s a good way to lose customers in the long run, in exchange for some dollars now.

3/22/17
1:24 PM
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Supposedly regular maintenance that requires a tech is forced to be done at JD’s network. Maybe not an oil change, but this kind of systems tend to record lots of data, which the ECU/hardware software itself could use to lock the machine in case of any unwanted event, until a JD tech runs the specific software, Read more

2/24/17
9:47 AM
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I haven’t read much manga... but I recently read CLAMP’s Tsubasa and I found it to be really good. It’s a little slow at times but it makes up with an awesome story and a great final act. Read more

2/7/17
8:25 AM
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Understated and practical designs + functionality and durability really have charm Read more