Anyway, back to the current subject at hand, the Golf R. So I took a picture of it parked beside a SQ5 and realized it looks like a tiny SUV like the Q1 (if that existed.)
Also snapped a nice shot of it at a pit stop outside the city.
CUV are jacked up station wagons and the small CUV are jacked up hatchbacks. People pay premiums to get jacked up of the same car.
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Yeah, you can never get too OT in a Hawc thread. The GolfR is his daddy mobile. Next up, stroller fitment discussion.
Looking for a reco for a good foldable stroller for short trips involving the car. We have a huge Bugaboo Buffalo for trips from the house, but looking for something easy to pack up in car.
Have already made up a permanent little emergency diaper bag/unexpected mess kit for if we have a little incident in car that gets neatly tucked away in trunk.
Getting my VW OEM pop-in rear sunshades this afternoon too. Will post pictures of that soon.
We used it for our first, and we plan on using it as our main stroller for our second:
Originally Posted by cockerpunk
Remove "short trips" from your stroller criteria. Assume there will be times you use it for hours at a time across every terrain and environmental condition you can imagine.
Gentlemen, you had my curiosity. But now you have my attention.
So I bought and installed the VW OEM Pop-In sun shades today.
It's a 3-piece set for the 3 rear windows. It's about $240CDN. Really well made. Worth the money I think. But I may end up only using the shade where the baby seat goes. We'll see.
Little tricky figuring out the instructions, but then super simple doing the install once I knew how the clips positioned and where.
Very, very neat and tidy solution from VW. Quite impressed with the perfect fit and finish.
Too bad you guys up north don't have Target anymore.
In other exciting news, they just resurfaced River between Gerrard and Bayview. It's right near my home and I take it everyday on the drive too and from work. It's a nice decreasing radius, slightly off caber turn that is a good daily challenge. Thrilled to see it all smoothed out.
Question, does baby smooth asphalt, or slightly rough asphalt provide more grip in a car on regular street tires when dry?