I’ve only had blizzaks before and they were great, but I feel like I killed them fast. I’d also like to try out rallycross and I’m assuming a winter tire would be better in dirt then a summer tire. Any advice from Oppo?
Drove the car for 5 minutes and got a compliment. But it’s been for sale for almost a month and with no real interest.
I am very happy about this. 30-33mpg for my normal commute and 35-37 highway. 35mpg was sitting right at 80mph for the entire tank too.
Look at this little man child piloting this tank.
And with this posting a chapter in the life of Milky will soon be closed.
Then took it to the tail of the dragon and drove it home 1000 miles on the second day of having a manual.
I’ve only bought old cars, so I took them to shop close buy to get inspected. Do you do anything before buying a car that comes with extra warranty and passed an “uncompromising 160-point inspection” ???
*Just add tax, tag, title, and $799 dealer document processing fee.
My father (of all people) shared a stupid quote, any advice on how to deal? I’m already 12 hours into a Facebook convo thats going no where.
Debating Miatas still and I just really don’t like the idea of owning a black/gray car. Let alone paying $20k+ for the privilege.
I’m sure the cop was like “really, you’re going to make me pull you over?”
They’re writing anyone and everyone loud exhaust tickets. People are getting upset about it and even got a lawyer.
Rebuilt 2016 Club Miata with 3,000 miles. Listed for $18k, about 3k less than any other manual.
Pictured: the last 2 cars you were expecting.
Took a Chrysler Crossfire to 200,000 miles. I may be a lot of things, but a quitter isn’t one of them.
It’s essentially the last air cooled 911. Get it while you still can.
Girlfriend said it wasn’t as fast as the Crossfire and wasn’t as loud. After we got back into my car she also said the Crossfire was fun on start up. Why does Fiat sell these things with a muffler? My roommate’s 500 Abarth is louder.
Back at it again with the car shopping, which would oppo buy?
197,000 miles and it still feels great going through some twisties.