Type: Posts; User: GolfTango
Great, thanks for that. Maybe I could use his gelled hair to scrape this thing off.
The closest you'll get is the 98-04 Nissan Frontier (D22) regular cab with a 104.3" wheelbase. It carries over the, albeit tweaked, frame from the Datsun 620. The original 620 sported a 100.2"...
Yes, hair dryer in hand, chewed up nails. Even a plastic trim remover tool won't budge this ****.
Kick him in the nuts for me. The hardest dealer sticker I've come across. It's like chromed plastic, not vinyl. Crap jambs up under the nails and hurts like a mofo. Bastards.
You don't have to wait another year? Or does it go by build date vs model year. Regardless it's a cool little car and I'd break my neck getting a glimpse of that on the road.
Wait what year is that?
I drove by a car on the shoulder where the passenger was standing, pants down, blowing a runny diarrhea a good 5-6 feet into the grass. True story.
While a stupid move on her part, she just deserves a 6 month license suspension and some community service. That's all.
Auto dimming PASSENGER mirror. Not rear view. This is normally a feature of higher end cars, but no example of cost cutting. However my old Aura had both an auto dim rear view and driver side view...
Nice. I really love the new Golf/GTIs. This will be my next "new" car purchase in a couple of years.
Debadged luxury cars?
And I'm comparing this to the outgoing Mazda5 which the Pilot replaces. If you had to put adults in the 3rd row, you had to play musical chairs and move forward both the second and first rows. So...
The base has 215/55R/17s I bought a set of four Douglas Performance GT-H (read: GoodYears) at WalMart (please don't, it was the only place open) for $72 a tire. I was out the door for $320 or so...
That's just not true. I sat in the 3rd row during a NYC trip and it was very livable. As much room as a minivan, no, but I was never uncomfortable (5'11" 230lbs).
It was $179 and includes wiring, switch and bumper inserts.
Quick humble brag. I just ordered the Suzuki fog light kit on eBay.
You may be right, not three, but two. The Aura's (and I think Malibu) front windshield had two laminated layers (which was the addition of the acoustical one) in the windscreen.
The side glass...
From Lexus to Lexol.