Reverse imagesearch you faggot, im not going to dance as you wish and give you a timestamp. Believe it or nah, i'm feeling even better if you have your doubts.
nice man, wish I could get me a toy like that. Mines an 05 Silverado. Kind of a project at this point, looking to make it offroad worthy
HEY I RECOGNIZE THAT DASH
156k miles here, '03
My fun car
(it's outside but I can't be arsed to go get actual photo).
My boring reliable car, again not my actual one.
Although this was taken last year sometime?
Very nice. I see your temp gauge is out, on my burb everything except the fuel gauge is a once-every-10-starts kind of non-working.
I had to replace the water pump on my suburban a couple thousand miles ago. I'm not too worried about the engine as I am the transmission. It has the hard 1-2 shift that jolts the truck except under hard acceleration, something to do with the computer defaulting to the hardest shift for that gear only. I don't know if it damages the trans or not, all I know is it sounds raggedier and raggedier the more I drive it. It's not worth anything so I'm going to drive it into the ground but hey it's mine
I'm going to come into about 13,000 dollars in the next couple of months and plan on getting a new-ish car. I love Challengers and would ideally grab a 2011 and up manual R/T if given the chance. Is the V6 even worth going for? I love the sound of a V8 engine and I feel like it would be a huge let down for me. The way my budgeting works out means a V6 new-ish challenger would be newer and nicer than any manual V8 one I could get but man
Basic stock model v6, yeah I know it's shit, trust me I do, I constantly hear it, but atleast the girls like it, not like they can tell the difference or if they even give a shit.
Just got it last Sunday. I used to have an 08 coupe, this is a 14 coupe. Solid cars.
I traded in an 04 Mazdaspeed MX-5. Still a little sad but I needed something more comfortable and practical.
Save that money until you can afford the 2015 challenger or up. The tranny is a piece of shit before 2015 on all models. The new 8-speed auto shifts better than a human can in a manual, and it's super reliable. Also the 3.6 V6 is nothing to sneer at. The day I brought it home my neighbor started talking shit about how his 2000 v8 mustang was faster until I raced him and kicked the shit out of him
This is how I feel everyday after I bought the v6 performance model of the cts instead of the cts-v.
Get the 8 or you will probably regret it like I do.
Coming from someone with a v6 challenger, it defiantly feels underpowered, I have a 2015 and I'll admit for a v6 its not bad at all, but defiantly not living up to the potential it's bigger brothers with the V8 have.
Yup. Great car. I'll get another one someday when I can get on as a weekend car and I own a garage.
Isn't FCA doing a twin turbo revision of the 3.6 though? If they do that and a conversion kit comes out that would be awesome. I know for a fact that they're killing the Hellcat engine for whatever unfathomable reason
Nice, My e30 has a fd3s engine. It's fun to drive
Lol that couldn't be truer, most people who talk shit are guys who I went to high school with and are full of themselves, pretend to be speed races and car experts, also redneck (not implying I'm one at all)
That would explain it, thank you. I am never not driving to and from somewhere so I haven't had the chance to see it myself. Thank you
This Charger is sick
That Fiat is basically the new Mazdaspeed Miata that Mazda refuses to build. I'd love to have one.
Mazda even cancelled the new Mazdaspeed3 because they said they were too sophisticated of a car company now to waste time with a hot hatch. Really? They made economy cars for the most part. And even sophisticated companies have souped up versions of their models.
im starting to think all japanese car companies are starting to fall off the wayside when it comes to delivering with the sports cars. Mazda keeps talking about bringing back rotary, nissan stirred up a bunch of shit with the IDx concept and Toyota too with the supposed Supra successor but no one delivered. Glad to see that Mazda is keeping the mx-5 alive but dont kill off the 3 now
Japanese car companies are in danger of falling into the trap that caused american cars to get shit reputations. They don't do a ton of innovation anymore, and why would they? They have a good thing going and they're raking in profits. The Camry is a prime example, to my knowledge, it's still built on a platform based off a 20 year old design.
If you want a daily driver, get a v6. If you want a weekend car, get a v8. The reason I say this is because the 3.6 pentastar is more or less bulletproof; I can't say the same about their v8s. Also, fuel consumption, if that matters to you.
True that. Mom owns one and its no wonder why its the only thing you see out on the streets. Its practical sure but no ones really seeing the fun in driving anymore, same reason why its hard to find new cars with a manual tranny
Seems that way. I think that Japanese makes are going more for luxury now over sport. The problem with the Supra and RX-9 is that it'll become more of a high end sports car with a high end price. No longer affordable. Plus, I don't see the big deal with rotary. Complicated and unreliable. Pistons do it better.
Honda is bringing out the Civic Type R which is pretty badass. Too bad America won't get it. Instead what will probably happen is the new Civic Si finally getting a turbo and it will be a detuned version of the Type R engine.
It's not just Japanese brands. Look what happened to the Chevy Impala. Before my challenger, I had a 2000 LS which was 20k brand new; now the impalas are starting to reach 40-50k
wouldnt work where I live. Out in coachella you bet all the farmers are old enough to know how to drive manuals, and all the gangbangers are rolling in either lowriders or shitboxes but still got the same gearboxes lmao
That's for sure.
I love Mustang but too common and Im a bit environmentally conscious so I don't want a V8.
But they are getting cleaner and more efficient so I could reconsider someday.
See that's the thing. They say that automated cars will end traffic, car accidents and the death/injury that comes with it.
But in order for that to work, all cars would need to be automated. Automated cars sharing the road with human driven cars wont work.
My fear is, for the sake of safety and whatnot, automated cars will become a requirement. I'll be damned if I buy a car I can't drive.