A Toyota with BMW engineering and quality...sorta misses the point, doesn’t it?
That Honda kei van belongs to my friend Clark. He’d be happy to sell you one just like it:https://www.instagram.com/clarksopper/
Argh, I am out of town :(
This is conservation Andrew, the managed and responsible use of resources. Preservation is no use, an important distinction when we’re talking about being able to recreate outdoors.
Great writeup Jason.
I love the idea of honest auto journalism. Shame it doesn’t exist anywhere.
It’s an unprecedentedly large construction project that spans vast amounts of eagle habitat, not just a line on a map.
Actually, I made that 2016 USFWS report: https://www.outsideonline.com/2075761/trumps-wall-threatens-111-endangered-species
Sorry, Kinja crapped out on me the other day. Serious. We should make it happen.
I now make Wildlopnik here: outsideonline.com/indefinitelywild
You guys are all invited. But I make no promises as to the safe return of your person, or possessions to the united states.
When are you guys going to come on an off-road camping type adventure in Mexico with me?
Is there any car currently on-sale underpinned by an older platform than this one? It’s been a while since I wrote about cars, but I seem to remember it’s Noah’s Ark or something holding this thing’s wheels on, right?
Why should anyone buy this over the cheaper CB500F, which will be faster, handle better, and has the same motor?
I’d have used a rifle, just to ensure I didn’t damage that big screen, but otherwise this looks pretty safe. Misfires aren’t really a thing, and so long as they made sure no one’s on the roof, they’re firing away from people. So, this really isn’t dangerous at all.
It’s just an awesome truck all-round.
What was that about 1st gen Discos again?
Comes with some sticky-backed Velcro right? Just figure out the right spot to stick that to the suit’s liner.
Specifically: you can’t see out the front on a Camaro.