Not at all.
Type: Posts; User: rynodyno312
Not at all.
Honda does manual transmissions very well, IMO.
MK4 Supra or NSX.
Extremely well=built, reliable, fast enough stock with plenty to work with in terms of aftermarket, and both will likely appreciate in value if properly maintained.
Lack of power, but I knew I was giving up speed for practicality when I bought it. The seats could also be better, but that's a pretty small complaint.
Yes, objective performance metrics are something I consider. It might not be the main reason I buy a car, but it certainly factors in to the buying decision.
It will stay, but they are dropping the 6.2L in favor of the 3.5L Ecoboost.
If GM dropped the 2.0T and LSD in the Cruze and gave us a 260hp Cruze SS, I would definitely have taken a look at it when I bought my civic.
Did the Cobalt SS not meet its sales numbers or...
The same color I want mine it! Nice choice!
As much as I would love a m235i, I dont think I'll be able to swing the $$$ and a 228i with a JB4 seems like it would provide plenty of performance,...
Holy **** you are annoying.
Yep. Also helps with temperature insulation.
The engine in the 918 does not get enough love, I agree. 390ft-lbs from 4.6L of displacement is very impressive, and I imagine the sound behind your head when driving is glorious.
I wonder if...
500cc per cyl is great for a modular engine family that has to meet displacement regs, since you get a 2.0L 4cyl, 3.0L 6cyl, and 4.0L V8.
All of them want to take advantage of the...
Our EX has the VQ35HR and 7500mi intervals (as specified in the owners manual) seem to be just fine. I know a visual inspection doesn't reveal all that much, but it's still pretty clean-looking at...
I wonder what the 1/4 trap is?
Edit: just clicked the article and it's 145mph. Jeebus.
The V6 is pretty quick, doing 0-60 in the high/mid-5 second range and the 1/4 mile time in the high 13s/low 14. The V8 is about a second quicker to each mark, but more importantly has much more...
It's a ton of car for the money on the used market, comes very well equipped, should be dead-nuts reliable, and get mediocre gas mileage.
Personally, I would save a bit more for the M56S.
Do want; much jelly.
Seriously, nice choice!
I am really keen on leasing a 2-seires next year, but I doubt I will be able to afford the m235i. Mine will be Estoril Blue though--such a great...
Agreed. If it did I would expect the transmission to be a 6-speed, as the manual is in the Juke.
Yeah, specific output really isn't something Honda does well. :P
500hp from the engine alone should be pretty easy.
The supercharger alone on that car displaces as much air as the engine in my car. :P