The Samuri may have had a worse roll-over problem, but the Tracker still had issues. When I smacked the fender hard of my ‘91 on a power pole, I took it to a scrap yard. The guy gave me a great price, because it was the first wrecked tracker he had seen that -hadn’t- been rolled. He showed me his other 7 - all with… Read more
Ehm, My Samurais had less of a rollover problem than my 93 Ford Exploder. Go look up Consumer Reports and what they did to force everyone to think they had a rollover problem and the ensuing lawsuit by Suzuki that they won. Unfortunately, not after the bad rap was given that everyone but those who know better.
Sure - with the amount of work I’ve had to do on flat-towed vehicles replacing suspension and steering bushings, as well as other drivetrain components, I don’t see this as a value. If I was paying someone to do the work, I’d guess there’s $1500 or more to be spent to bring this up to spec.
There is no GEO that is worth more than 1k. That’s my hardline.
It would have been a NP if it was 4wd.
I remember test driving one of these new and it was a crappy car then, I can’t imagine that time made it any better. Then again, I’m not real fond of Jeeps either so I’m the wrong person to ask. ND. Jeeps hold an odd spot in my car loving head. I look at them and think they would be fun. Then I drive one and … Read more
There’s actually good reasons why the Xbox is damn near impossible to emulate properly. I can’t dig up the original post, but one of the devs for one of the emulators made a big forum post on the topic. I’m posting based on my memory of said post, so a few of the details might be a bit off, but it should give the gist… Read more
I just started using Google pay a few weeks ago (finally decided to set it up) and now there's no way I'm getting a phone without it. Way too convenient and quick to check out (and not TOUCH anything)
Maybe he’s being sarcastic, and thinks that they look good even though they are essentially cosmetic? Honestly I think they look nice regardless of function as they kinda punctuate the curve of the front fender and reflect the air scoops in the back. Read more
Make the CRZ the car we all thought it would / should be
The original Optimus Prime transformed into cabover. This just further proves the point.
So, the Germans had too much lager and witbier one night, watched an “Angry Beavers” marathon for some reason, and decided to design beaver teeth onto everything as a joke. And are now telling us we simply don’t understand their humor. And that since it's German, it must be good. Ja?
I thought the progression was SpaceX Airplace, SpaceX Starship then just Starship.
It has been barely driven, 104k miles is nothing for these cars, these easily go to 300 hundred with just basic maintenance.