Hello. I am looking for the most reliable AWD vehicle with the most reliable engine variation it can possibly have. I am moving to a secluded location and pretty much screwed if it ever fails.
Heard volvo awd's are nice but might be really unreliable sometimes. Audi seems nice also but it's a pain to find the most reliable engine combination. Was looking at L200's and Hilux's but tax is too much.
I didn't want to change the oil of my car myself so I went to a mechanic and he changed the oil to 10w30 semi-synthetic in my 2102 Toyota Aygo, 1.0 liter, petrol engine.
I don't which oil was before, and I want to know if the oil viscosity the mechanic used is ok, and also if it's ok to change to 5w30 next time i'll change the oil myself.
Yes, it's fine.
Yes, it's fine. Better if you live in a cold part of the planet. I know you live in Europe because you drive a 1.0L car on a daily basis, but I don't know if you're in Scandanavia or not.
I plan on driving through all mainland US states this summer and was wondering what the best car for this would be. I don't want to go with a boring sedan car either , I was thinking something more rugged like a jeep or truck. I'll be trading in my 2003 V6 Altima for something else. What do you guys think
What are some coupes that has the best legroom for the second row?
>My guesses are the 15'Mustang and as well as the Genesis Coupe
How do you deal with not having a truck /o/?
>living with Mom (divorced parents)
>getting first place
>order living room set online
>sofa, love seat, and recliner
>also got a badass gaming rocking chair
>remind Dad multiple times on when the shipment is coming so he bring his trailer over to haul it to my storage
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>$40k for a minivan slayer
They have this in USA already, the Scion frs Release Series. One sat at the dealership for over a year, they finally sold it by dropping the price and kicking it out of the showroom and parking it on the street. They only came in yellow.
They couldn't even sell it for $30k.
>Toyota is marking the start of a six-month countdown to the first round of the Toyota 86 Racing Series by releasing a special-edition version of Australia’s best-selling sports car.
>Australia’s best-selling sports car.
Are Mazdas actually reliable cars or is it just a meme?
Also, which models should one avoid and which one are generally a worry free buy?
There pretty reliable. The only ones you want to watch out for is the Rx8, and earl 3/ Proteges if you live up north (they rust). Everything else is good, they have been getting like 3rd and 4th on reliability reports.
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Why do cars not come with external wastegates?
Right, but these days its all about low end and stuff, and the external is much better at controlling a much smaller turbine. Also helps with wastegate creep, which in turn helps low end.
I get what your saying though.
best license plate frames? trying to get rid of dealer frames. pic may be related but i dont want my car keyed
How much would you be willing to pay for this?
have you ever accidentally fallen into a street race?
i just did tonight
>driving to night class for drafting
>still kinda stoned from a couple hours earlier
>get to stop light
>Acura RSX pulls up to me
>a couple swagfags inside with the windows down
>only thing i knew about it was the RCR review
>light turns green
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I think you should re-evaluate what 'accidentally' means, you dumb stoner fuck.
Not only were driving while high you decided to street race on a public road, almost being partially responsible for an accident.
hey guys, i'm from the philippines and i'm getting my first car soon as a gift for graduating college. i'm getting something around the price range of a subcompact car. my dad wants to get me the new Yaris or Vios because of reasons. he's okay with a Honda City too. Thing is, I want the Mazda2 but my dad doesn't like Mazda because he says parts are hard to come by here and that the service sucks. Anyway, what are your thoughts on the matter? It'd be nice if you guys would give me your opinions on all 4 cars. Thanks /o/
What is /o/'s opinion on stance cars?
Hey all, I work at a Subaru/Buick/GMC dealership as a lot attendant. Ask me anything.
I wouldn't know entirely because I'm not a salesman. But, if you know a guy, some finance workers will be willing to jump through hoops to get you financing on a car, even at a credited dealership
The latter. The job is really only fun when a BRZ or WRX/STi rolls around, or any cool used car(which we get a lot of thanks to rich white neighborhood)
I'm considering buying myself a cheap Manual '92 Maxima, I've read that they're reliable and relatively quick/easy to make quick. It also seems like they have a pretty decent community surrounding them. I'm looking for a DD that can go fast enough, not a racecar. Opinions? Am I retarded? Is there anything else quick, cheap, reliable, and able to get gas mileage in the 20+'s?
You'd be happier with a 4th gen
which [i think] was 1995-1999
they're only 2800lbs, easy to find in manual, 200hp
You can swap in the VIAS system and cams from a 2000-2001 for an extra 20hp
Not even kidding, tha'ts all they changed from the VQ30DE and the VQ30DE-K, as far as i'm aware
Never expect MPG's from a Nissan V6 though.
NEVER except mpg's from a nissan v6...