Just what the world needs...another overweight "performance" crossover. It doesn't perform well off road, and being CUVish make it top-heavy, reducing on-road performance capability. Of course, this is mitigated by an overly harsh suspension. I don't know about you, but I lament the possibility of a move in this… » 4/08/14 11:10am 4/08/14 11:10am

Doug. You didn't take into account coolness factor of a turbodiesel stick shift compared to a Prius. One is cool as witty hyperbole can describe. The other is as lame as a Prius...an appliance for those who want to make statements against diesel belching dual-axle pickups (you know who I'm talking about). If you're… » 4/03/14 4:06pm 4/03/14 4:06pm

Given that the car still has an 85 MPH speedometer, it is most likely that the speedometer broke at 96852 miles and the owner hasn't got around to sending it to North Hollywood Speedometer to be fixed. and re-faced + geared to the earlier/later 165 MPH speedo. :) » 4/02/14 5:48pm 4/02/14 5:48pm

Fuchs were never made in 17" sizes. Those wheels are reproductions - not bad, but not forged Fuchs, either. Also, the 2.2L 1971 T engine isn't bad, but it's no SC motor in terms of power delivery. (125 HP/130 Lb-Ft tq vs the 3.0 SC motor's 180 HP/180 Lb-Ft tq). » 3/20/14 2:16pm 3/20/14 2:16pm