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6h
28

That Deutz diesel is the loudest goddamn thing you can sit within 20 feet of and not be in an airliner. Seriously. Read more

6h
6

I can hear all of the creaks and rattles already.

9h
2

Since most major automakers are just now making their initial EV pushes, it makes sense to do so in heavily subsidized markets. Once they fully scale up, they’ll start selling them in the US as well. We already know that they all have plans to do so. They’re also building out EV charging networks in the US. Read more

9h
24

A lot longer than you think. I spent 3 months in Germany in a rental car. Every chance I got, I would hit the road and explore. And that’s not normal in Europe Read more

Aug 8
1

Loans loans loans. Zero down. High interest loans.

Aug 7
31

The average American doesn’t have a spare $500 in savings for an emergency expense, but sure just go buy a $3,000 car. 

Aug 7
16

if all you can afford is one of these, you may want to consider buying a Buick with the 3800 V6. You can get them for under $3000 all day long. Liability only insurance needed.  I’d guess that a 125,000 mile example will be more reliable and will last longer than the Mitsu or the Spark.  If you are terribly worried Read more

Aug 7
31

Same reason everything at the grocery store ends in ninety-nine cents. Psychology. If you can get the price lowered enough to crack that barrier, people will think $19,995 is significantly cheaper than $20,001. 

Aug 6
16

Jeep put a Trail Rated badge on a Patriot, so you never know. We had a Patriot for a while in northern Michigan and just with some larger AT tires, all else stock, I could get places new FX4/Z71s and numerous other 4x4s couldn’t. (I was just going out to work on mountain bike trails.) I’d be miles out on an ORV trail Read more

Aug 6
13

“It’s 100% pure un-cut Columbian!”

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