Type: Posts; User: Mazda 3s
Of course he didn't post the thread. No embedded PR or at least a dozen high rez photos. :laugh:
Exactly. No one is saying that it's ugly; it's just a C-student effort IMHO.
Ahh, Duke Nukem.
Nah, THIS is a good looking rear end:
Now I know why the broken up blade bugs me so much. It reminds me of:
Sorry, Page 2 needs an infusion of actual style in this segment ;)
You mean 2003 (in concept form)... we've been looking at the design for over a decade :)
That's because when the original came out, it looked like nothing else on the road and it was downright awe-inspiring. The new one looks barely removed from the old model and just doesn't have that...
Melissa McCartney looks better than Rosie O'Donnell, but that ain't saying much :laugh:
What is this, 2004? No imagination whatsoever in this design.
Why so many people have a hard time understanding this is infuriating sometimes. I'd like to believe that those of us who have chosen TDI or gas have already done the calculations and know the pluses...
Yeah, that's what I was thinking when I read it. And I read similar complaints in other reviews of the 6-speed auto/1.8T combo. It's something that I have simply gotten used to with my DSG, but I...
Those are overall combined city/highway numbers.
1.8T TSI fuel economy isn't exactly impressing me so far:
I read over in the MK7 GSW forum that it's coming for the '16 MY along with the 6.5" touchscreen. That's when I'll be getting one, after the first year bugs are worked out.