why a truck?
Type: Posts; User: 2.0_Mazda
why a truck?
If you remove the badges, its worth more. That's the only thing I could think about
Next word: Retarded
I'm surprised. Canada sells more Touaregs per person than the States. While comparatively weak sales against the Grand-Cherokee, they still must help with VW Canada's profitability. Such a great...
A sample size of one for reliability issues shouldn't really justify decisions, though I do understand a bad experience is a bad experience.
For myself, my rust prone 1st Gen Mazda 3, in good...
Too bad you had such a bad experience with your previous Mazda(s). About 90% of the people I know who have owned one would buy another Mazda though I do know they have had their share of misses as an...
how about one of these?
Probably another Mazda 3
- Lack of fake materials (metal trimming is actual aluminum, etc.)
- Combined 10+ inches of LCD screens
- Commander switch or knob controlling the infotainment
- Aluminum speaker grills
Priced like a 7 Series, length and luxury appointments arguably close to a 5 Series. I feel it should be compared to the A6, 6 Series and E-Class instead of these.
I use to park a Continental GT on a regular basis when I use to valet. It was an older one where the owner used it as a daily, even in Quebec winters. Felt like a $40k car max when I was driving it...
I destroyed my Nexus 5 screen, so...
Its nice when they don't just fool around and say stupid remarks. Favorite episode to date :biggrinsanta:
Steelies or aluminium wheels, both have been unbalanced due to snow and ice buildup. It actually happened more often with my steelies with my Protege.
And while my aluminum wheels still hold snow,...
YES, the Cashman :laugh:
I guess in Canada, that problem isn't as significant. All base-ish format and you can see the significant price gap. Now I know the GTI and ST are a lot more car but $8,000 difference is quite...
added one for you :laugh: