Trolling is a art.
Type: Posts; User: Noisyninja
Trolling is a art.
1999 mk4 GTI's had either the 8v 2.0 or 12v VR6.
The only benefit IMO is if you have small children: easier to clean.
If I wasn't married or had older children I'd definitely prefer cloth. However, the whole reason I'm looking to get back into...
Nothing, because no one wants to f*ck the guy that's really good at Gran Turismo.
I would also like to easily be able to cross-reference drivetrain components between models and trims, though that may be a bit ambitious.
If you go farther northeast and you'll see more on the lot. When I bought my 2011 hatch there was a healthy offering of all colors in most trims between the 2 dealerships within 10 miles of me. ...
I owned a new 20th GTI through undergrad (FSU) which I loved.
Do yourself a favor and drive something in college you'll enjoy but you don't spend every waking moment worrying about.
Except they are buying at auction. Maybe not your exact car, but a comparable car at auction if they chose to.
Don't like dealer prices? Sell private. Can't sell private because it's financed? ...
I'm assuming you're trying to trade in a financed car?
If you owe more than a dealer is willing to give you or you're not willing to eat the loss...YOU CAN'T AFFORD IT. Ride it out, own it...
That's a GM (coupe), not a GC (sedan).
Next Evo whenever that may be
I'll be married within the year and we plan on having our first kid within the next 2 years so time for a 4-door compromise-mobile.
4 high and 4 low...:sly:
That's all I have to contribute. Oh, and again that 50% of TCL doesn't know what "refresh" means.
TCL getting trolled hard...
I wish I could tell you the offset but I honestly don't know and tirerack doesn't have the offset in their site. Yes, they were purchased as a package spec'd for a 2011 WRX.