I’ve bought my only new car and probably last car I will buy for quite some time. A 2017 Camaro V6 1LE. 2LT. It originally MSRP’d for 42,000 but I picked it up for 28,000... with only 11 miles on it.
The reason this is news is because both of these cars caught fire on their own without any external factors. No one was working on them. No one was doing burnouts with them. They caught fire entirely by themselves.
Huh! So all those conspiracies about this being staged by the Chinese just because they hate daddy musk were completely unfounded.
I sincerely hope that we get some sort of manual in an electric car. Is it pointless? Yes. Would it be fun? Also yes.
I think that says a lot about how the pony cars have progressed. Remember that the 370z competed with the GT/SS of the time when it debuted.
I’m honestly super happy to see toyota go this direction. I always recommended the Corolla to anyone who wanted cheap reliable transportation, not as an enthusiast offering. To live to see the day where I can do both fills me with joy.
Nope, although I wanted a tune I decided against it. It was a completely stock car.
The one I want is the V6 1LE in Krypton Green
When it becomes legal, the Mitsubishi Legnum VR4. Fast manual AWD wagon.
Same, I’m definitely going to give this a look.
On road trips I’ve actually been able to get up to 40MPG out of mine, top up of course.
Honestly I think it’s fine. I mean are we forgetting how hard we complained about Mazda only offering the manual on the base model Mazda 6? How we said that enthusiasts want a manual AND luxuries? They listened and delivered.
I’ll be the first to say I was wrong, she’s done a hell of a great job putting him in his place. Joyous.
I’m inclined to agree. What I’m really bummed about is the fact the sedan won’t get the manual.
Honestly I’ll praise them. Let’s be honest: The only people left buying manuals are people who really want them for the experience, not the savings. That’s the reason why the new M3/M4 will have a stick and not any of the regular 3 series.
Damn I’m going to miss those.
How does it compare in interior comfort? Because from my time in it (and as a ND owner) it was a significant difference in comfort.
As a Miata owner I second the Fiata’s comfort. It’s definitely a noticeable difference.
He saved the company at the expense of its soul. I’m glad he’s gone.