From my experience, as long as the dash isn’t made of coil packs, window regulators and MAFs, it will be fine.
Wow. I thought my 2018 2.0T Accord’s average 22 MPG was bad, and I’m also in SoCal.
Totally. A new Subaru is not going to be on the table in our house when we need to replace our 2009 Impreza wagon (and it’s sparkly new head gasket). That dog gets awful MPG and I’m not seeing much improvement in their new models.
AM I BEING DETAINED
How many do you think were fleet cars?.. like a police force buying their 20 cars a year, and he was on the form as salesperson?
When I was consulting in the automotive industry, I met a salesman that would routinely move 75+ cars per month. Did over 120 in one month during the 2009 cash for clunkers rebate period. He was genuinely a nice guy that did not BS people or play games. He helped his store keep sales numbers up so the General Manager…
He has 4 people working for him, no fleet it is legit!
He has two full time (aka overtime) assistance and his own dedicated Finance Manger and likely his own Desking Manger... so while it’s still not anything to be spit at, not many of us salespeople have the available time to sell that many. On average it takes 4-6 hours per straight forward deal, and often way more for…
There’s obviously some fleet work involved. Watch, this guy has a hookup with Uber or something. He’s getting sued.
Really long days and kids that probably don’t talk to him.
In the video they put down rubber dams and said, per state regulations, all water is reclaimed and recycled.
What’s the name of your podcast?
You can also pay extra for the Chris Brown appearance package and have unique “Domestic Assault Vehicle” badges added along with random bling around the vehicle.
They are always last so the other journalists get to drive it, after the Camaro Incident.
My eyes physically widened when I saw the nose, then narrowed significantly when I saw the engine.
That thing looks dangerous and I love it. Want to see some video!
With what has been going on with North Korea lately, I’m glad to see that my comp policy covers missiles.
A nicely tuned 1.8T is fun to drive and has some get up and go when you’re in the boost. The VR6 has wonderful torque as well. It’s not the super grunty pin you to the seat with a wall of noise of a v8, but you can definitely feel the acceleration compared to other small hatchbacks.
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