Type: Posts; User: Oliver@triplezoom
They're also not particularly expensive.
I think four way stops are fine in some circumstances but in a lot of places roundabouts make the most sense.
This post makes little to no sense.
Let's say you have a four way intersection. There's significantly more traffic on one of the road A than road B – so the logical thing is to put stop signs on road B. But, let's say that at certain...
I'm sure someone will offer conversions.
Love the new S-class coupe, but I hate the aluminum accents. That trend needs to die.
They were probably polite and hospitable to land owning white males.
The V6 wasn't available with a stick though.
In 1995, BMW offered an M540i in Canada. Only 32 were sold and it was basically a Euro-market M5 with the 540i engine.
The 1994 BMW 325is M-Design was basically an...
There was also the MkIV GTI 2.0 8v which was sold until the 1.8T debuted.
Maybe hang a Confederate flag over it?
I don't think BMW offers the 328i xDrive with a stick in any body style anywhere.
It's a bit of a chicken and egg problem. Dealers don't even bother stocking manuals for the most part, so people don't even have the opportunity to test drive them.
And $425 for that tiny spoiler.
But let's be real here, most people don't care about the price because they just roll it into the payment.
Interesting that Subaru USA wasn't able to make a business case for the manual Legacy GT wagon after 2005 yet it was sold in Canada through 2009. And we can still buy Legacys and Outbacks with a...
The Golf R needs a sunroof.
The WRX and STI need to be offered with a hatchback.
You can't just compare prices by converting based on the exchange rate.
For example, an Audi A7 is $180k AUS vs $82k USD. By that measure, the Landcruiser would only be $26k USD.
I thought Vernon was a hotbed of crime and corruption? :confused:
Someone else mentioned something similar and I find this weird. The "mom and pop" are not being paid an hourly wage and presumably they have built a decent profit margin into their pricing. I think...
I'd assume that if they move R production to Mexico at some point they will offer a sunroof. Since the assembly line there will be set up for AWD cars I don't see why they wouldn't start building the...