I should check if those fit my Tundra. The stockers are boring
One thing I've heard that fixes a throttle like that is cleaning or replacing the MAF sensor.
I need to test drive one. It seems like a really good choice and I could maybe do a used golf r as well.
I have a Cobb tune and turbo back. I think it's time for a bigger turbo
That’s good to know. I do love it. It just had gotten boring almost. So now I hardly drive it and love it everytime I do.
It doesn't help that the nearest mini dealer is over 3 hours drive away
Hard to find but I'll have to look for one to try
I need to test drive one but it is high on my list
I’ve heard two many things about unreliable minis
The v sport comes with the twin turbo v6 right
Does the 2015 Genesis still come with the v8
I actually don't mind that. It's interesting
Not around me. There isn't much of a Volvo scene around northern MN.
Yeah. I'd love a Volvo but I'd have to find an indie mechanic. I wish the WRX came in a hatch. Problem solved then.
I’ve never driven a manual Honda. We did have a 1st Gen CR-V and I really enjoyed that.
Yeah. I think an SS would be great and they are under 30k now. But it's a Chevy.
They still overcharge for stingers in our area, that just means I'd have to go on a road trip. Just not sure if I want a rwd or AWD version. I live in northern MN but I can always take my Tundra.
My budget would be under 30k. Preferably something used and 20k or so.
Probably true. I never considered the kids.
I’ll take one Crosstrek with a manual and the 2.4 turbo please. Subaru please listen!