The drivers seat in one of these feel like piloting a space fighter. I love it.
Forgive me, but it has to be said: 1st generation V8 Panameras are available at this price point now. I say this as someone who has only very recently stopped hating these cars with all of the passion in my heart.
I’d try to find a Lexus IS-F. High revving NA V8 goodness.
I tried one a couple years ago for the first time after all the “ERMAGHERD TEH MCRIBB IS BAK!” so see what the fuss was about. It was disappointing to say the least.
Religion is always the enemy: religion ruins everything.
Get them the official old person car - Town Car! They are cheap, comfy, and super easy to keep running. I love them (especially the 90s generation).
AKA ‘Don’t get high on your own supply’... something low level drug dealers understand well enough, but a concept that is lost on the far-right.
My wife’s 2012 Yukon XL just had the trans turn 4/5/6 into neutral. Only 99k on it and the trans was serviced around 60k. She was talking about trading it for a newer one but they’re either stupidly priced or have stupid miles on them and sometimes both. Hers in the meantime is paid off. We bit the bullet and dropped… Read more
You do you, but as a counterpoint: My family has had 8 VWs, and only one was at all unreliable. I only just sold my ‘19 Golf Alltrack (w/ 6-yr, 72k warranty) because Carvana offered me stupid money.
Tom, Precisely! Precisely, my man. A “hold-me-over” car - excellent term.
It’s inevitable. You can only spew bullshit for so long before you swallow some yourself.
Same here. I needed a truck that could tow my larger boat I got 2 years ago. I luckily sold my Navigator for more than I paid for it 3 years ago, and after looking for a couple of months, I found the truck I wanted at a price I could deal with - a Dodge Hemi Ram Crew Cab 4x4 with the towing packing.
Looked it up, I did not know they got 28/38mpg that’s not bad. Given it is on premium. I had a ‘13 coupe great cars.
We grew up poor and most of my family is still poor. Nearly every car we had growing up and much of what my poorer family members still have is/was a “hold-me-over” car. Getting exactly what you want is a rich man’s game.