Been car shopping and reading kbb reviews for several days and still no closer to a decision. Trouble-free reliability is my main concern.
So let's play a game.
Myself and anyone else wanting to participate will post cars and others can critique/rate them.
apologies if this is double-post
guess I don't need to greentext as long as the file name doesn't get cut-off.
What do you guys think of this car? I haven't really heard much about them saw this in local ads. http://www.ksl.com/auto/listing/2603510?ad_cid=1
Would they be expensive as fuck to maintain?
Dropping a down payment of 30,000 tomorrow for a 2016 Camaro 2SS with some customization's.
Am I making a mistake, /o/?
What kind of car has a front end like this? Late 90s or early 2000s
So I'm really starting to get into cars, and I finally have my own house and enough money to play around with a project car.
Question is, what would be the best car for tuning? I want a car that I can buy for ~20K and tune it so that it can compete with 100K cars
Why do so many people on /o/ complain about Toyota's boring lineup? You do realize that they created Scion specially to cater to millennials?
Janitor is a fucking kike and didn't get the god damned joke.
French cars are literally the best because they did no wrong in WWII.
It's just another excuse to buy a real car that supports liberty and freedom.
Unlike the nazi collaborating other car companies that put the world on the brink of destruction.
Honestly does anyone do a happy rally car better than Peugot?
Remember, if it's not French. It's not worth talking about.
They made the happiest world record holder.
How was your day?
Why can Billy Gibbons have a Twingo and not his fellow Burgers?
>putting premium fuel in a non premium car
As someone who has taken "Organic Chemistry for Automotive Engineers" I can tell you all the MOST important thing about choosing octane:
▲ The best octane to use is the lowest octane which never knocks. ▲
Higher octane is harder to combust, therefore by using a higher octane than necessary, you are actually losing a small amount of power and a few dollars [or other currency] each fill-up.
I don't get it, its almost the exact same car. I don't know much about manufactures but what brought this on? Are there other examples of this?
It just doesn't make sense, three manufactures, one almost identical car.
Which $20K-25K car has the best (LEAST amount of hard plastic shit) interior? Currently looking for a daily driver that's nice to look at from the inside, where I'll obviously be spending most of my time. Don't really care about engine, tranny or make desu
Pic kinda related, almost no plastic in sight
Which one, /o/?
Anyone else feel guilty for not buying cars that originate from the country you live in? Or is it just all propaganda?
Eg. Be American and not buying Ford, GM, Tesla or Dodge(Maybe American)?
If I buy a GM, I'm probably getting a car built in Mexico. If I buy Honda, I'm probably getting a car built in Canada. So by buying Japanese, I'm supporting the local economy.
Not that I care about that shit, I'll probably get an import next.
If people started buying cars for reasons like these (some do, but thank fuck they are a minority) that would give less incentive to innovate and compete with your competitors. Sure, you'll have some competition between the brands in your nation if your nation is large enough to support several manufacturers, but you run the risk of creating an opportunity fo the individual brands to take a segment each. An example would be Tesla doing all electric vehicles, Ford doing all the pickups, Chevrolet...
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I know its FWD and heavy and blah blah blah
How does this car stack against the 6th gen Civic, KLDE V6 Mazda 323, AE92, 1993 Prelude Si, etc.
>how does this car stack