Discussion in 'Other Off-Topic Chat' started by XLR8TR, Nov 20, 2011.
Do you actively drive all of those?
2017 BMW 1 Series & 2013 Nissan NV200 SE
2015 Lexus RX350 Fsport....Amazing vehicle.
My car is a 4WD SUV with 300,000 miles on it and a new engine, new transmission, new almost everything. Looks good too.
Don't need more than one. This one will go anywhere and in any kind of weather.
Caddy on the road this weekend.
2017 Challenger Hellcat and always drive with the red fob.
2007 Cadillac STS
1969 Chevy Kingswood Wagon project
2014 Kia Rio, it's been a great car so far. Kia is really improving their brand. Those new Sorento SUVS are nice. I'm disappointed in Honda, they made the new Accord butt ugly.
My neighbor has been buying Kia's for years and since he's older and another vehicle I give him garage parking and have been keeping his Kia's washed for him so I get to look them over closely with an occasional drive. I like them. He's had 2 Sedona mini vans, a Sportage (didn't like it do too being too difficult for he and the Mrs. to get in & out of), and for his 91st birthday he came home with the Sorento which he really likes although with three rows of seating, what the hell is he gonna do, take the kids to soccer practice?
If I may add, I have now a Kia Picanto. Its a good car and very economical.
Full brake job (pads and rotors front and back) on my Crown Vic. Much better!
2001 Chrysler Sebring Convertible and a 2007 VW Jetta Wolfsburg.
That (open Spoiler below):
Spoiler: A FEW PHOTOS...
(Dyulino Mountain Pass)
I had a dark blue G-Wagen (Geländewagen Mercedes-Benz) just before that.
i also ended up with an 'export only' to germany, it was my '78 mustang cobra II, found it at a local dealer back in 1979 that wasn't supposed to have it... fun car, but parts were hard to come by, had larger brakes, wheel bearings, heavy sway bars/bushings, wider wheels/tires, 5 speed manual trans w/5.0 litre v8, awesome machine.
this is what it looked like, same color scheme, however this one is not mine...
I have a 2009 Avalanche, a 2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder, and a 1992 Honda Goldwing converted into a trike.
2011 2500 Cummins
2001 2500 Cummins work truck
Wife has her 2015 dodge 1500
I now drive a Buick Le Sabre. Great luxury vehicle--last year they made them.
I have a Ford C-Max Energi that is giving me 70.1 MPG, and a 2000 Toyota Tundra with 52,000 miles on it and a new paint job. Thinking about a Jaguar.
you misstate the efficiency of the c max,
it has an MPGe rating of 95 on electric only power (miles per gallon of gas equivilent) and only 39 mpg city/hwy (gas/electric combo) and not one vehicle ever marketed, got anywhere near estimated mpg in the real world...
You'll contradict anything. Listen smart guy, I've owned it since it was new and now have 48,000 miles on it. You want ****ing details? Fine. On gasoline only I get about 42 MPG. It varies a lot for different people based on driving habits and terrain. I get 42 MPG. On electric mode I drive 19 miles for 55¢. That's one charge and most of my driving is to destinations within 8 miles or less so I drive a large percentage of time on electric. On electric only that is equivalent getting 112 MPG when driving with gasoline given today's gasoline prices. I misstated nothing. You're the problem. You just want to fight. That's why you come to the forum.
Plug-in hybrids have an onboard calculator that tracks elec./gas usage and miles and calculates current combined MPG and long-term combined MPG. My long-term is 70.1 as calculated by the system and I have tracked it and calculated it to confirm it. It's accurate.
i used ford's own data... if you've an issue with that, take it up with ford engineers & the epa they came up with those numbers...
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