learned to drive in one those and I loved it. mine was same exact color just with the v8 and short wheelbase.
well the insurance agent we worked with mentioned something along the lines of the gti being considered a “sports car”.
I went with a mk5 GTI as my first car and lemme tell you, insurance was damn high. I did love the car though, which justifies the costs.
the difference between what they offered you and what they're selling for is not all profit. there are reconditioning costs along with transportation and other costs, so like another commenter said it translates into about a 2k profit margin IF the car goes through their process without any issues popping up.
What event was this?
have fun doing spark plugs on the 5.4
yup, some guy I work with put one on his ‘12 Accord coupe, doesn't look bad.
oh man this is beautiful. Are you on bags or static?
I'm thinking of buying one of the aluminum under trays just because it'd be sturdier than the OEM piece.
I did an oil change on my G recently and had the same thing happen, and I just couldn't get it to fit right.
I felt the same way when I was looking at one. I haven't driven a paceman yet, but I do like the size of the countryman
I’ve been told that Mini’s are one of the brands that gets returned the most at CarMax, either during the 5 day return period or after less than a year of ownership.
Just saw a Dodge Fart the same color, pretty different
we’ve always had at least one manual trans car at home, but I never really learned how to drive one til I got a job at a dealership. I learned on a late 90s integra and a busted up 911.
a Fit with a K series would be my type of car.
being hellaflush is the only suitable end for an mk4 Jetta.
cast would be the budget friendly option. but if there’s a forged set in that price range, I'd be interested.
trust me, I know. but finding a set that isn't curbed to hell for a reasonable price near me has been impossible.
stock as of now, but it'll be lowered maybe an inch soon.
nope, it has the ugly 17's unfortunately.