Type: Posts; User: Dennis Caelian
If you're thinking recreational wheeling....DO NOT....I REPEAT.....DO NOT CONSIDER FJ.
They are notorious for body bulges and body tears.
Nice looking car!
KIA and Hyundai know it's survival of the fittest and sub quality, warranty and service is suicide in this dying economy. They are going for the bigs fast and they're doing to...
I wouldn't recommend the FJ anything if you plan to wheel them even mildly.
They are prone to body tears. Big design flaw.
Between xterra and jeep, it all depends on what you intend to use it...
Got you pm Turbominivan. My bad.
I meant BTMing (Brake Throttle Modulation)
This technique disables a vehicle's traction control. Very useful when off roading. Especially the type of heavy...
I was in tears laughing just reading the thread topic.:D:D:D
The worst is when you see an idiot driving his vehicle in winter peering through little scratch marks on his windows because they were to lazy to scrape all the windows.
Rented that once. Felt so comfortable, powerful and safe. That's luxury class for me which is mostly not within budget.:laugh:
Anyone else notice the body damage on the rear driver panel? Looks like somebody left their dogs in the trunk again.:D
Nice looking car though.
Out of the 2 dozen trips last year, it's mostly been Hyundai Sonatas and Grand Caravans. I was mildly surprised at how far Hyundai has come.
TBMing is the speak of an experienced wheeler.:laugh::beer:
For $300 that's a no brainer. Unless you plan on strictly wheeling it. If it's a DD, get it.
The color options make it look like it had been in an accident.
Nice to see Porshe finally catching up to Audi's quattro technology.
That's if the motivation to build in Mexico wasn't "Profit":laugh:
I know a legal secretary named Kia.
It should be named "Top Gear American Hate"
Sad how they mislead and make up stories to destroy almost anything American.
Watch it for comic relief not factual value.
Those were cool to watch. Eric's climb was especially fun to watch.:thumbup:
And video does not do it justice. That hill is steeper than the vid show and snow slick to boot.
Did that in my H2...
I know this is a stretch:P to ask for, but can you put a Hummer thread? Thanks.:beer: