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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Pikapppatri8, May 8, 2017.
Competition is good.
I don't know what it is, but my car keeps vearing left.
You might want to get that looked at. It sounds like you have a socialist stuck in your wheel well.
Gentleman - let's not sully a semi-holy topic like cars with politics. There is a time and place for that.
Let's stick to engineering, design, and performance.
Am I the only one that thinks a small truck would sell well? The current mid-size trucks (Tacoma, Colorado, Frontier, coming Ranger) really don't offer significantly better gas mileage over the full size trucks. I thought Hyundai was going to introduce one (Santa Cruz) but decided to go all in on more small utes and directed all of its resources to building more tall hatchbacks.
I drive a Hot Wheel!
Like that old Subraru Baja? I used to own a Tacoma. It was a great truck.
I currently own a Tundra. Horrible gas mileage and, honestly, I don't need a large truck.
The Subie would work if it had more ground clearance, set higher, not a four door, and wasn't a Subaru.
Here it is boys --- mid-engine corvette making a McDonald's run.
Its coming. America!!
Hopefully Mazda will build this. http://www.carscoops.com/2017/10/mazda-may-bring-back-rotary-engine-as.html?m=1
it won't look exactly like that but I do think the RX-7/8/9 will come back. Ford helped Mazda address some of the emission issues related to the rotary engine design.