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thedailyturismo
10/21/19
8:23 PM
380

What’s important to me is being able to open an article in Jalopnik without a video autoplaying.

8/23/19
7:34 PM
27

If the Taycan wishes to self-identify as a Turbo we must respect their choice.

6/17/16
3:47 PM
1

I never divulged my secrets. Especially since that would make me a hypocrite. I always made fun of the customers that came in and said “my car is doing this and i looked it up online and it said it needs this”

6/17/16
3:44 PM
1

I’ve never bought a new car. I would like to buy just one in my lifetime though. Something that would satisfy me for 10 or 15 years so it wouldn’t be such a bad financial decision. Right now, the M2 is the only car that could be “the one”. Luckily for me (and my wallet), they are hard to obtain right now. I refuse to Read more

6/17/16
3:35 PM
1

I swear by rule #5. Internet forums have saved me a lot of diagnostic time by sending me straight to the most likely fault. I used to work for a national chain repair shop and i had a reputation among the other shops in town of being able to diagnose/fix anything. This meant I often ended up with other people’s Read more

6/17/16
3:10 PM
1

Here is a little secret: every single problem that you will ever have on a car has already been experienced by someone else, and it is on the internet.

6/17/16
2:56 PM
1

Yes. The unfortunate truth is that we (cheapskate performance and depreciated luxury car buyers) are the reason that inexpensive sports cars are all but gone from the new car lots.

6/17/16
2:47 PM
4

To enthusiasts, the appeal in new cars is in a way poisonous: They are best suited to a layman who wants a reliable car requiring the least trouble. It’s always financially sound to buy a new car and drive it until it dies. Read more

6/10/16
7:38 PM
1

I don’t recall ever listening to your show but since I don’t have much to do now, I’ll proceed... Considering the current situation of Gawker, it could be interesting in a different way this time.