I have the following seats available: Britax Advocate andMarathon G series (MFR dates of 2013, 1 of each), Diono Rainier, and Evenflo Sureride. Are any of these good for ERF in the X3 for YDS? If not, what is recommended? I’m open to buying a new seat for the vehicle if needed, but would prefer to avoid it if possible. The “extra” Britax seats are in MILs and my moms’ cars and I like having them there and available for the periodic use they get. I looked at the Britax ClickTights and DH (dear husband) loved them in the store, but it seems like the front to back size is roughly the same as the G series that I have, so I didn’t think it was worth the investment. Thoughts? Anything I’m missing?
I don know what your budge looks like but if you own a raptor I image you like some power. I have the Performance Model 3 and it is the fastest car I have ever own and I have fixed up a lot of cars. The performance model comes with Michelin pilot sports 4s tires and they are needed that car is a freakin rocket even in the turns. That car is not a one trick pony, it is a full blown track ready car but can also drive like a normal family sedan without sacrifice. The fully self driving is not out yet but there are already features exclusive to having purchased it. Autopilot has been getting noticeable updates about every week or two. This car is absolutely outrageous how amazing it is. I went all out upgrading it and have no regrets. Let me know if you have any questions.
There also Nikon 70 200/2.8 AF S lenses of course, but, of course, they more money too. The 80 200/4 AF S VR is also very good I have that one at work and if you know you never need/want f/2.8, it is worth looking at. The old 80 200/2.8 AF S was very good but they all had motor issues and there were no parts to fix them anymore so unless something changed, I avoid them. There also the 80 200 AF D but that a manual focus lens on your D3500. If you need even more reach, there the 200 500/5.6 VR. I let someone else give you the rundown on the other 3rd party lenses and there all sorts of options if you want to spend a lot of money on lenses.
BMW’s designers draw inspiration from areas such as architecture and contemporary interior design. It is a prodigious effort of creation, relaying back to Munich every advance observed in new technology. Sometimes ideas arrive as “old tech”, sketches in a notebook from someone’s travels. All this input is refined by the design team.
In stark contrast to the Jaguar, we have the Porsche Cayman R. Porsche is synonymous with motorsports racetrack performance, and that is exactly what the Cayman R is built for. When building the R version of its popular Cayman sports car, Porsche decided to cut weight instead of adding lots of power to achieve the desired performance goals. The Cayman R is the only member of this list under 3,000 pounds and weighs in at more than 1,000 pounds lighter than the XK R. The Cayman and the Jag are perfect foils for each other; the XK R is everything that the Cayman is not, and vice versa. While the Jaguar is immensely powerful and luxurious (aka heavy) the Cayman is underwhelming on the spec sheet (more than 200hp fewer than our winner) but is extremely focused and lightweight. One has only to sit inside the cockpit to know that the R is all about performance. To save weight, Porsche replaced traditional door handles with fabric straps. The sport bucket seats hold the driver in place during hard cornering and save 26 pounds. Air conditioning is an optional extra. On a $60,000 Porsche!
Really not sure why you’ve been downvoted. I can’t stand Ticktum, and I’m more than happy to see him gone, but it’s yet another example of Red Bull pulling the trigger too soon. Drivers (all sportsmen) have dips in form, they should be given a chance to work through it. Clearly there was enough they saw in Ticktum to give him a shot despite all the baggage, so (as much as I’m glad they haven’t) they really should have given him a chance to reach that potential again. As with half a dozen drivers in the last couple of years.
I drove a 991.2 911 before I bought the Evora. It was a very capable car that was completely soulless and uninspiring. Never been more disappointed after driving a car because of how high my expectations were for it. I am pretty positive that I don want any modern Porsche that is not a GT car (which I have ridden in on track and they are amazing). The Evora, on the other hand, feels special every time I get in it. It looks exotic, Lotus even managed to make it sound exotic, and you feel completely connected to the road when you drive it. The steering feedback and directness is unmatched, the shifter assembly is so percise and tactile, the ride is compliant with very little body roll, and that Toyota V6 sounds like it came from Italy. It not a numbers car for magazines. It simply an exceptional driver car. It still makes me smile everything I drive it.
When we bought this car, I was in the midst of the throws of infertility and even with the tiniest glimmer of hope that I’d ever get pregnant, I didn’t think there would be any issue with fitting a rear facing car seat in the back. After all, the back two bucket seats both have the latches for car seat systems. ) is the smallest one I’d find. With my passenger seat in its very most foward and upright position, I literally had to use my body weight to click it to where it would stay put without springing into the dash again. Is it possible that this sales associate was correct in telling me that this is the smallest car seat available in the United States? I want to believe that she’s wrong.
Second, the “all anyone cares about is your tits” is a direct remark against men immediate interest in boobs, and a remark against objectification. This likely would not have been said, if this wasn intended to be brought up that I was somehow objectifying women. The whole deal of men objectifying women isn exactly some sort of underground thing that no one knows about.
To replace the washer fluid pump and/or strainer grommet. If you need to replace a leaking pump, I suggest also replacing the strainer grommet at the same time. It’s cheap and will ensure the seal between the pump and grommet don’t leak later. All told, you’ll need bfakn.club less than $50 worth of parts, which if you’ve ever paid a mechanic or dealer for BMW repairs, you’ll know is a relatively cheap repair.
We love it. It a 2017 Premium. It very comfortable with plenty of room for me and someone to sit behind me and my 6 self, it drives and rides great (even if it not as old school cushy as a LeSabre), plenty of power from the 3.6L V6 and surprisingly good MPGs, and we really enjoy the panoramic moonroof.
Less frequent maintenance. A Mini doesn’t need an oil change or regular maintenance done every few months like other cars. Instead, you can go two years before having the car checked out. With the standard three year warranty, you can take it to a Mini dealership for it’s first maintenance. However, I like to get my oil changed sooner somewhere else just so it can have clean oil.
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On the Tesla you need things like wipers, alignments, filters, tire rotation, brake fluid, battery coolant. From what I understand, one should expect a battery coolant service visit to run in the $450 650 range every 4yrs. Anyway, those were the kinds of things that went into the maintenance cost estimates.
I guessing OP is either not understanding what really took place (most likely), or is not explaining the situation correctly, because it doesn make sense. That exactly why I have little doubt that this first time buyer cosigining with boyfriends is in the wrong, not a franchised dealership of a heavy leasing brand who ultimately has to approve and finalize these deals, and are “on the hook” for everything they contractually enter.
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My advice would be to wait an try to score a great deal. I looked on the internet almost everyday for 3 4 months before this car popped up. It happens a decent amount at luxury dealerships, from what I understand, where a person will come in and buy the lower end 3 series and then want to upgrade a month later.
Despite having installed an L2 charger. I never actually needed that charging speed. Most of my driving happens close to my house (about 35 miles per day, if I average it out), and the car is pretty much always topped up when I jump into it in the morning.So. should you get an L2 charger? I still say yes, because fast charging is nice.
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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.
And part of drunk driving law is that, if you are found driving drunk, you are obligated to give a blood sample to confirm this. There is no requirement for a warrant in that law. Requiring some bullshit extra formality in this case makes no sense whatsoever, and it has no point beyond pleasing some overly concerned citizens.
The media would have you believe Tesla is in trouble. The reality is the situation is dire for other car manufactures. They are years behind, they are struggling to get batteries and the batteries they get are sub par. They don have the numbers to train a neuronet the way Tesla can. Tesla has created a drop in sales for most auto makers many 10% loss and growing. Service centers and charging are growing by the day and the competitions charging options will leave customers stranded.
In England, BMW is building the Mini, the Rolls Royce as well as body parts and engines for BMW cars. Conversely, many Mini and Rolls Royce components are supplied from the EU. For Mini, the United Kingdom is by far the largest market. Last year, the BMW Group sold almost every tenth car on the island 238,000 vehicles.
London based fan Peter Simms has owned his 1976 R90S for 30 years, and has ridden it more than 200,000 miles. “I use it virtually every day, which, given its age, bears testament to the superb build quality. I have travelled all over Europe on it and can’t think of a bike, new or old, that could possibly replace it. It’s comfortable, fast, beautifully made and has bags of character.”
Another that can be considered is the heater core. Usually if that is the case then the floor carpet will be getting damp or wet on the passenger side. An intake manifold leak results with water in the oil pan. One trick as a partial check for that is to look at the dip stick. If the oil is a muddy brown there is a chance there is water in the oil.
So, unless you are an exception, most of us don take road trips on the regular, on the rare(ish) occasion when we do, it not really much of a thing to stop for a bit to charge. And here another little secret. Remember when I said I would get 550+ miles on a tank in my Honda Accord on roadtrips? Well, how many hours of driving is that? If I were to average 70 MPH, that almost 7 hours of driving without stopping.
Yes, I know the warning that cars like Mercedes and BMW can cost a lot to maintain, but we’re not talking regular maintenance here. I was rear ended on the 285 a few weeks ago, and the guy at the shop asked me how I liked the car. I subconsciously hesitated in my response, and he called me on it. He then told me his boss had the same car and had multiple complaints, including the sunroof and electronic glitches that required him to enter from the passenger side. I’ve heard a few other tales as well.
For full disclosure, I had a Coccoro for DD. Loved the seat, and DD (dear daughter) outgrew it RF (rear facing) at 35″ and 26 27 lbs. I think it’s the cutest baby product on the market, but it’s a niche seat and not useful for most people. It sounds like you, like me, may be the 5% for whom it’s perfect.
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Crew Chief can tell you how much fuel you using a lap and how long you have left, so you simply say fuel to end and it fuel you for the end of the race and a bit over. For tyres, you can either untick them in the black box at the start of the race, or say clear tyres to Crew Chief.What would you recommend between the Merc and the Audi?I only have the Merc, but I know that the Merc is fast and pretty forgiving.
Downhill All the WayIn the second year around 120,000 Pacers were sold but the cracks were beginning to show. The engine was slow and unresponsive, the car taking over 14 seconds to get to 60mph, and it only clocked around 16mpg, less if you used the air conditioning, which you did because of all that glass. It was hard to park because of the width and weight, and mechanical faults were beginning to show through. The electrics were proving unreliable and there were reports of the steering seizing and failing due to the extra weight and strain imposed on the steering rack by the heavy engine.