Type: Posts; User: classicjetta
I probably can't afford it but I really like it. :beer:
Competitive, but certainly not going to light up the sales charts. I'm sure its great to drive though.
I wonder if there is a fuse I can pull to disable the ABS pump
Activating under regular/light parking lot speed brake applications. I have a roadside assistance from my insurance company but that's a hassle to deal with unless I really need to.
So the ABS is acting up on the Escape. Yesterday the ABS warning light illuminated, but today it didn't. However, on a short drive around my neighborhood, I could hear/feel the system activating...
Forester and Escape are obvious choices for ease of ingress/egress, and should meet your other criteria as well.
Yep that's right. AMC constructed a brand new high tech (at the time) assembly plant in Brampton, Ontario specifically for these cars. It got rolled into the Chrysler domain shortly thereafter, and...
3.7 seconds IIRC.
Thought Uncle Sam does flood coverage, I don't think any private insurance company provides flood insurance.
*cough* 2012-14 Mazda 5 *cough*
Very impressive. It did better than the Accord and Volvo S60 in the same test. :thumbup:
Pretty sure rolling coal is already illegal by some statue (emissions system tampering perhaps), but more power to NJ if they can add enforcement.
This is a really fantastic car, hope you enjoy it!
The front sort of reminds me of the XC60. It's a good look so no complaints.
Sort of. The headlights are especially bulbous to redirect the wind around/away from the side view mirrors. I'm guessing that's what you heard.
cars.com shows 55% FWD / 45% AWD for the Escape, you can use it to look up the stats for the others.
I also got to sit in a 200S at the fair recently and came away impressed. I really like that you can get adaptive cruise control and cooled seats for under $30k, that's a unique proposition in the...
This almost 100% confirms a diesel in the Silverado 1500. I would also suspect the Malibu could be dieseled.