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Hearing your story is painful because you should have caught this up front. If you are going to put that much money on the line, make sure you understand the paperwork, because there is a good chance the sales guy on the other side of the table doesn especially when you do something crazy like what you did.

Coherent Write in complete sentences that are clear about what you are trying to say.”Dikke BMW” would best translate to ass BMW a car of stature. In this case she mocking the idea that this uppity politician comes to their small town having no idea what it like to be a working class citizen.

The big concept coup took a year to design and build. “That’s pretty quick,” says van Hooydonk. “It means you commit to decisions and go with them, it’s a process of creation that has to come from the heart as well as the head.” Hebelieves a great car has to have a certain “handwriting”. “You must trust your vision, and not tinker too much. I think this concept car is a great example of that instinctive approach working very well.

I don think they expect to sell a lot more BMWs to teens and 20 somethings, this is about creating an attachment to a brand for the future. In 5, 10, 15 years some of today esports audience will have the income to afford a BMW. The auto industry tends to have more brand loyalty and switching is less common, so someone that has the means to get their first “dream” car and picks a BMW is highly likely to buy a BMW again in the future.Another way of looking at it advertising towards a 25 year old potentially creates a customer for the next 50+ years. Advertising towards a 55 year old (that might already have strong brand loyalty elsewhere) only gets you a customer for the next 20+ years.In any case we don know the value of the sponsorship deal or what financial projections this was based on, so it impossible to conclude whether it a good investment.

This post has gotten longer than I expected already but I will add this: I recently sold my CTS V for a nice truck that much cheaper to own and drive, and that I enjoy almost as much. I still dont regret it a damn bit, even having calculated my total cost of ownership after the fact.

Now since rational people realize you can have open borders. When people do come in undocumented. You have to hold them, process them then deport them to thier home country. Because they don have any documentation this can take time. Hence you need a place for them to live while they are processed.

I think AC only is fine, but for me, the i3 isn a primary car it our commuter/secondary car. if lots of miles need to be driven, we drive something else/use different transportation. stopping every hour for 30 minutes would be a shitty experience (and you would have to know the stations exist).

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This morning my MIL (mother in law) got into a small accident with DS (dear son) in the car. He’s fine, but now we need to get new car seats (might as well get the convertibles now). DS (dear son) is four months old and about 16 pounds and I’m not sure about how long he is, but he has short legs like we do. We want something that will keep him rear facing for a long time, so at least 40 pounds rf. DH (dear husband) has a 2002 BMW X5, I have a 2002 Mitsubishi Galant and MIL (mother in law) has a small sedan. She and I would share the our convertible as our cars would be used the least amount of time. What are your recommendations?

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Recently, as my boyfriend’s lease term ended this month, we went in to talk to the finance manager about our trade in process (salesperson no longer works there). He said he would try and work on it and to come back. He set us up with a salesperson and we got nowhere. Basically, they screwed us. Even though we negotiated the price of my car before figuring we needed to combine lease payments, I am now stuck with a remaining payment of $825/mo for my car alone as my boyfriend had to trade in his car. Somewhere in the mix of paperwork it was calculated to have my boyfriends value over the 36mo instead of 15. Instead, we should have had a much lower required monthly payment and paid over that amount for the difference of my boyfriends car during the 15mo so when he turned his in my payment would have been $400.

They would never get away with it, the area is too built up. I see you are in Canada and I know how quiet some parts of it are, especially compared to England, I used to work for a Canadian specialist tour operator and they taught us that the whole of England can fit into the biggest lakes.

Not only that, my Probe needed an MOT and would not have passed since the speedo and odometer had broken. Ford no longer support the Probe and Mazda (The probe 2.5 24 valve V6 is basically an overweight MX 6) are not too enamoured of selling parts for it either. It would have cost more than the car was worth to repair, so it was time to move on.

But, here the thing. You could buy a BMW M3, Fiesta ST, Focus ST, VW GTI, Golf R, Civic Si, Civic Type R, WRX, STi, used Lancer Evo, etc. and it would STILL meet your needs. A 4 door GTI isn harder to park than a 2 door GTI. It will probably work BETTER when you want to carry dogs, groceries/errands, and other “utilitarian and not overkill” situations.

So is that worth it to you? There no right answer to that; it fine if that is worth it to you. But that how you have to look at it. Saying this would be more reliable than my Ranger (which you not doing) is just denialism. It not real. You could rebuild the damn Ranger from scratch for less than what you lose on the BMW. If you do it I would suggest paying it off as quickly as possible. Definitely do pursue the credit union route and try to get a better rate, possibly with a shorter term.

1) Kamala Harris. She showed off she can easily win fights for her positions against the old guard. She sharp, smart, and suave and didn take any positions that would anchor her but still had more than enough concrete solution proposals across a wide variety of issues and was able to communicate them well. I think her biggest weak point is her checkered history as CA AG, but I think she more than well showed that she can defend her points.

You put off running an errand just so you can run it in the i3 instead of the old gas car. I got a supercharged jag in my garage that gathers dust, because frankly, I rather be driving the i3. And I say that not just because it cheaper although it STAGGERINGLY cheaper to drive the little electric car.

The Scrappers ship, or the remnants of it, were nowhere to be seen. It must have escaped the conflict, though there was no way to tell if they had managed to land safely or if they were now a scorch mark marring the Martian terrain. That would have to wait for later.

I had my F30 328d for 1.5 years and 20k miles. No problems related to the engine, but it only just touching 50k miles now, I would hope it could last that long. 🙂 I wasn interested in the E90 335d because I didn need the power and the fuel economy wasn all that great. I been crazy happy with the fuel economy I gotten so far, my best tank was 52mpg, it was pure highway miles. Around town with mixed driving I get 38 40mpg. I do have alot of sprinter diesel customers with the 3.0 V6 diesel, most of their issues are emissions related and can be very expensive (if they don travel any to Cali, its pretty much mandatory to delete) other then that, the classic throttle petal issues, about $600 to $900 depending on the year, oil issues with over heating (The 3.0 V6 is like the old Jeep 4.0 when it comes to the oil issues, fantastic engine, runs forever, but if it ever goes over 15 20 degrees over its normal operating temperature, there is no forgiveness, that motors done, $9,000 to $14,000 for a new engine) and the timing chain stretching problems.

Obviously, the Odyssey is the best choice but as a “car person” that enjoys driving, I would miss driving the BMW. So, how likely is it that the tiny third row seats in the X5 would work for car seats? Does anyone have experience or can share some insight into making it work?

It would be a shame, yes it a big car, but it only had one season. It takes more than a season sometimes for a car to reach it stride.There exceptions, some vehicles are competitive out of the gate, the Mustang in V8 supercars in 2019 (although Dick Johnson Racing/Penske generally does not mess around when they can commit), but it takes a while.

What we should have is elevated mass transit only systems and compact cities with the entire groundscape both green and scaled to human life. But being that the most powerful companies on the planet are all dependent on the wasteful paradigm of sprawl, ineffecient cities/buildings, and automobiles, this is what we get. That is the problem with monopolies. Industries that do not have to compete become stagnant. And actually in a lot of ways I think you can see the same thing happening with computers and electronics.

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The price for this stunning kit? How about $21,000! Only $1,000 more than the MK4 Roadster, which you’ll find is a bargain. Again, you’ll need a Ford engine, transmission, rear end, paint, wheels, tyres, battery, and fuel pump, so expect to pay $26,000 and up. Although if you are going to buy one, why not spend a little extra and build a 302 Boss Mustang engine? It would work so well in this!

While the success was celebrated by BMW Oracle, others were not so happy thanks to another quirk of the Cup. Normally, the first official challenger to throw down the gauntlet becomes the Challenger of Record, but this doesn’t give them an automatic right to race the defender. If other clubs issue separate challenges, it is up to the Challenger of Record to organise a series in which the best challenger goes on to the America’s Cup.

What Is a Mini?So what is a Mini? It’s basically a small economy car that is known for its speed, extreme drifting, and unique look. There have been various types of Mini cars over the last several decades, but their popularity has surged because of their availability almost all over the world, their unique look, and their race car like quality.

Madonna hosted the first MTV Video Award show. She stood atop a huge wedding cake, and while wearing a wedding gown and white gloves, rolled around on the floor! She has said it was “the most blatant sexual thing” she ever did on TV. The film stars her in a hilarious love story and case of mistaken identity, and introduced her song, “Into the Groove.”

The first generation Miata was first sold in 1989 with a 1.6 L I4 that made 115 hp. For the 1994 model year, Mazda upgraded the Miata’s engine to a 1.8 L making 131 hp. Like the MR 2, the Miata makes do with less horsepower because it is very lightweight with good weight balance and rear wheel drive. A limited slip differential was offered as an optional extra with manual transmission cars (an automatic transmission was offered, but proved unpopular). There wasn’t much in the way of luxury, especially in the first few years of production. Air conditioning, stereo, power steering, and alloy wheels were all absent from the base model in 1989 in order to lower the entry price, although features such as these became standard later on. A first generation (1989 1998) Miata will run you $1,500 $8,000, with price varying based on age, mileage, and condition.

My daughter was taught by her friends on such occasions, so we figured we would show jamie ourselves how to drive. that way he is taught right.people out here in the country are too trusting and a lot still leave their keys in the car and house unlocked.Polly Cposted 7 years ago”where i live the kids are known for sneaking around taking people cars out of their driveway and returnin them before anyone wakes up.” that sort of thing doesn’t happen round here so I would never have to worry about it.

I want you to take note that my issue is with the idea that PHEVs aren part of the solution. Not everyone can afford or practically use a BEV right now. As above with my truck example, I make that sort of trip 5 12 times per year, so I need an ICE or PHEV. I much rather an PHEV in that case.

The idea that the options are either an EV that is more expensive than an ICE carbon copy because the battery is more expensive or a hybrid is fairly retarded. They could make platform dedicated EVs and have their own specific desirable characteristics that are far and beyond similarly priced ICE cars while being lesser cars in other areas. That hypothetical 70 kWh, 3s to 100 kph, $60000 BMW would crush their ICE version in a drag race and have its ass handed to it on a race track. It would still have its own appeal to sell and wouldn be comparable nor would it be EV version of that car that is $20000 more expensive because batteries, it would cost the same.

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