Type: Posts; User: Omnilith
I'm going to assume that Takata probably won't survive this.
Back in high school when I worked for what would eventually become a Jiffy Lube, we had a rather funny incident with a customer.
We always pull the car the car out of the bay and open the door for...
I've never owned an automatic, so... yes.
Is it armored or something?
Need? To get to work and back?
Want? That's something else entirely.
E36 with the E34 engine.
The E34 is awesome, but I have no use for the extra size, and the E36 has more track potential.
Well, it has been on the road for almost a year now, so that promise has been long fulfilled.
Still not a class leader, but at least it doesn't feel like was stuck in 1997.
It isn't a class leader, but unlike the last Sebring/200, it isn't based on a cost-reduced aged platform from the pre-Daimler-Chrysler days.
Oh, well the 2013 is ****. That's been known for quite some time.
The new one (2015) isn't even the same car.
The new 200 has no relation to a Sebring. It's closer to a Dart.
Honestly? I'd prefer to try it for myself. In general, I find that rarely is anything as bad as people make it out to be.
I rather like "NeRD Sport"... Maybe more than "TuRD Sport".
Humans try so hard to classify things.
All cars fall somewhere on a graph with the axes of "interesting" and "cool". A gold Camry is in the lower left corner.
That's some damn good camo.
I plug my own tires all the time... never had a plug fail.
Just fix it and forget it.
The RS is likely to become our seventh Focus, so yeah... you get points from me.
Well... I've never been a fan of those cars in stock form. At least this one is interesting.
Depends on which of my cars I'm servicing.
The LeMons car gets the most expensive pads, ironically.
This is a US based series.... same creator as ChumpCar.
About the cost of a clutch and a day of garage time.