Well done :thumbup:
Type: Posts; User: Isambard
Well done :thumbup:
More aggressive factory tune, and an exhaust note you can actually hear. But the biggest fix would be a better throttle pedal tune and smoother gearbox action. Clunky as hell.
Oh, and the stock...
The Volvo has so much road presence. I love Audi, but I am so sick of this styling already.
Cayman S all day every day.
2014-present. Not expensive enough.
Yea I remember a lot people on the forum with that issue, but I haven't been active there for a little while. My commute recently dropped from 70 to 15 miles round trip so I haven't worried too much...
Hmmm this is troubling! :laugh:
I still have the coolant leak I haven't gotten around to getting fixed, but I still have a while left on the powertrain warranty. The dealer near my old office...
Totally agree on the seats part, I would have half considered it when I bought the Sonic.
Does anyone have any experience with a manual model? How's the drivetrain and shifter feel?
Like this, apparently :facepalm:
The Si has cloth seats and halogen lights. It's pretty spartan compared to how you can equip a GTI or Focus ST.
I've just been using TrueCar.com's website to configure VWs.
They also have the 2015 Mazda3 available to configure before Mazda's website even does.
The 2014 Chevy Sonic has an optional safety package which includes lane departure warning. Available on LT and above it seems.
Bluetooth streaming from my phone, I have my whole music library on Google Play. Only thing that sucks is that the Bluetooth version on the MyLink doesn't support library browsing from the head...
Gearbox feel + turbo lag + DBW throttle calibration.
A month ago, it was clean facelifted R53s under $13k:
E90 328xi, B8 A4, Mk VI GTI, and Golf R. Trying to see...
OCD thing for me. I would have a very hard time buying a car like this.
I think I was a little harsh in my initial criticism. After seeing some more angles and those nice pics, I think it looks great!
I'm wagering actual peen insecurity :laugh:
I'm sure they are serious about proofreading, grammar, and capitalization. You did get "their" right so, hey, good job!
I know all about vehicle packaging, the comfort and economy expectations of mature markets, and the like. I didn't say they did a poor job engineering it, I just don't like the way it looks. :beer: