Hey Oppos. I’m still working on the article content to go with this for Oversteer and Right Foot Down, but I wanted to share the video. Basically I got invited to join some other journalists on an outing to test 7 crossovers on an offroad course in Virginia.
Going 10 MPH in a 45 with the blinkers on. Yes the driver is holding all of those balloons with one hand while driving with the other. Every time I think I’ve seen it all on the road some new surprise comes along.
4WD Tercel and 3-door Corolla hatch in the driveway. Google Street View shows that the Corolla has been there a while, though it does appear to move around some.
Does this look like a Ford Focus RS or a Hellcat?
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What The hell? An Offroad CRV?
Alright, so I haven't posted much about this, but I am dyscalculate. This is a learning disability where I have a huge problem with numbers and math. It is very roughly equivalent to dyslexia, only in broad strokes since math is everywhere blah blah high school teachers were right.
2014 Honda CR-V Ex-L. Just under 3k miles, so basically brand new. Still don't know how I feel about it; exterior is nice I guess, interior is pretty standard Honda. Driven a few at work, they seem solid. This will be replacing our horrendous shitcan/moneypit 2004 Chrysler Pacifica (recently dubbed the "douchebag").