wontacceptthis
wontacceptthis
4/20/19
12:18 PM
570

I mean, the schlub at the bottom used her truck for a Lowe’s run. He deserved to be fired.

1/17/19
5:45 PM
2

Reliability is fine. People who say otherwise have no or very limited experience with modern Fiats. The 1.4L multiair used in the 124 has been around for years. Read more

1/14/19
5:14 PM
5

I think manuals have a benefit for very heavy duty towing. And it feels like you're driving a big rig. And that's half the point in a full size diesel truck, right? 

11/10/18
8:26 PM
23

I’m here because I love cars. I love E30s. I love weird Kei cars. I love old muscle cars. I go to car shows and lust over pristine Buick Grand Nationals. Read more

10/20/18
12:00 PM
13

I wouldn’t expect anything less from quite a number of people who own GT-Rs. Read more

5/12/18
1:23 PM
335

SUVs of course. The fact that they’re terrible gas-guzzling dangerous garbage, while it is the reason why I wouldn’t want to own one, is not my objection to somebody crazy enough to want a crappy car like that having one for himself.
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2/7/18
3:08 PM
15

Those accord drivers sure seem to like to use all of their power, though. I feel like at every light I get absolutely dusted by the various midsize four pot sedans and tiny econoboxes that line up next to me. So many drivers seem to view the gas pedal as an on/off switch, it’s crazy.

10/27/17
11:16 PM
5

I think people are confusing Modern with Timeless. Not Modern with Handsome. The E39 is completely timeless in the right trim. No one here is putting up a picture of a 68 Camaro. Current modern now has become = Garbage I think. For good reason. I do agree the E60 was before its time. And looks more the future should. Read more

10/16/17
3:02 PM
110

If he didn’t at one point blow a tire in the desert, have the chase covered by a local radio DJ, or finish the chase by going head-first into a bulldozer, than this shit wasn’t ANYTHING like Vanishing Point.

10/6/17
6:30 PM
15

With so many “I made this up” posts lately, I didn’t know what to expect.

6/11/15
12:14 PM
9

This was kind of my thought, too. Every unique combination of manual-transmission-plus-[insert-engine-here] requires a different approach to driving, because they’ve all got their own quirks and properties. I can’t drive my V6 Accord at all the same as I used to drive my Maximas or my turbo Talon, and a lot of it has Read more