As a Dart driver, I do think you might like it, given some powertrain changes. (If someone offers to import a 2.0L Dart for you, kindly decline unless you don't mind some sluggish acceleration here or there.). That's why it slightly confused me when FIAT decided to keep its Dart version, the Viaggio, China-only…
What if race cars had horns? Well this video has the answer. (It doesn't really hit it's stride until after ~0:33)
I posted a Kinja starter guide a little bit ago, but it turns out I had some inaccurate info regarding oppo in that post. Here's what I found out...
There doesn't seem to be a help page yet, so let me write one out real quick to help you get on your feet.
oppositelock.kinja.com cannot be posted to directly unless you're given author privileges there, but if you tag a post 'oppositelock' it'll appear there and on the oppo Kinja tag page? Or just on the tag page?
No matter how completely illogical and financially unwise the notion, my heart still hoped for a brief second that FIAT would use the ProMaster as the first step in bringing over the entire Professional line, Strada included.
Trying to give the FP another shot...
Seems Mopar has made its special Dart. Only 500 to be built, 1.4L turbo engine and 6-speed manual only power train option. Minor ground effects, bit lighter wheels, performance tires, blue seats (and blued up interior), better-sounding exhaust, different brakes, steering ratio adjusted a little, and suspension dropped…
World Car or not, the Mondeo still ends up looking cooler than the Fusion with this headlamp.
The Costa Concordia still hasn't been righted. It's been there long enough it now appears on Google Maps.
FYI, the BMW 320i configurator is online.
Hockey's back, and I have tickets to the home opener. This coupled with a 90% chance of attending the Philly Auto Show this weekend = a great week.
The front page is starting to annoy me.
I kind of want to plaster this everywhere within reach. It's just so well done, imo.
Learned to drive stick in my friend's dad's 1994 Saturn SL1, almost exactly like the one pictured. It was his dad's, but he borrowed it frequently to attend extra-curriculars, and one day we finished up early so he taught me stick driving in our high school's parking lot.
My nuclear consulting company was bought out by Rolls-Royce Civil Nuclear. Hopefully this translates to a raise and better benefits.
What gets me down more than this cold I'm still fighting is that I am insufficiently rich and geographically well-placed to buy all the cars I want.
Yesterday I did my monthly check of fluids & tire pressures. Can someone tell me why compact spares are usually inflated to 50-60 psi yet I've never seen a tire pressure gauge go above 50?