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  1. Good move, and a great truck. Had a 2019 Classic 1500 Crew Cab Big Horn, $48k sticker, as a rental for a few thousand miles. Loved it. More manueverable and easy to drive than many cars, length aside. Comfortable, solid, quiet, tough, quick, good mileage, and easy to use. I'd take it back in a second. Was sad to give it back to Enterprise...it was so easy to park, even parallel, with big camera, sensors, mirrors and powertrain mapping, never had an issue. That big firm cloth bench seat up front with USB ports...liveable. Great deal, and thanks to not looking "old", they're an easy se
    3 points
  2. Come to think about it, all the wheels, if on a 360-degree shopping cart pivot, will require electrical steering control, else any vehicle will crab out of control. I’m going to go ahead and assume any builder of this futureTaxi would use 4 motor units, thus giving an urban 25-mph taxi 2,800 instantaneous torque. Yep; sounds totally logical & forward thinking!
    2 points
  3. Expectation can be a very dangerous thing. You come into something thinking it will blow your mind and more often than not, it comes up short. That’s how I felt during the first few days into a loan of a 2019 Buick Regal GS. What was being presented didn’t match up with my experience. But over the week I had the vehicle, it began to grow on. That isn’t to say some issues need to be addressed. At first glance, you might think Buick decided to stick with a sedan shape. But the sloping rear hatch gives away its true identity as a Sportback. This helps give the impression that the Regal is sp
    1 point
  4. Hmmm...wheels with 360 degree pivot would be great for drifting, I think..
    1 point
  5. Just had my newly bought Bushwacker fender flares installed on my 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor.
    1 point
  6. Why would inner city transport need 922 torque (assuming the other 3 wheels are ‘dead’ wheels)? This will likely take a good while to appear (if at all) because theres no vehicle structure that’s currently engineered to accept it, no?
    1 point
  7. Next five years will be a world of hurt if Tesla does not innovate and get its financial house in order.
    1 point
  8. Look in the Carburetor of a vintage American Muscle car...you will probably find them.
    1 point
  9. Well he bought a 200k mile Audi and a wrecked Tesla. I would imagine that would be less money than one new Tesla P85D. The rest of it was custom machining and computer hacking, which it sounds like he did a lot on his own.
    1 point
  10. This...S AWD form...example...sticker $37,405...at that price, you're still at 2.5L engine and cloth in an Acadia... So...
    1 point
  11. Your transmission is electronically controlled. So it's unlikely your shift points have actually changed.
    1 point
  12. Speaking of GMC, there had been a rumor of a GMC 'Jimmy' BOF RWD/AWD SUV based on the next Colorado platform, but I saw an article that it's a no-go, so sounds like GMC will stick w/ the transverse engine AWD platforms for their CUVs.
    0 points
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