“And we recently in our rebranding event announced a partnership with BMW. Actually we are working with on a project with them right now and it going to be finished probably around in April or in May and BMW is going to announce the details of that project later in the next two or three months.”
Have you ever seen a Parking, Tow Away Zone sign? What do you think would happen if you parked your BMW there? Do you really think the property owner would bother to call BMW roadside assistance to tow your car away? Or would he just have Cletus drag it away like it does with every other car on the planet that he tows with the car in park and brakes on? Same thought experiment applies if somebody gets there BMW repo Same thought experiment applies if the police drag away an abandoned BMW. Same thought experiment applies if a BMW gets in an accident and is disabled/locked up. IOW, towing cars in park is a solved problem, and it happens all over the country hundreds, if not thousands, of times a day.
And I paid more than yours. (Used i3s seem to be more expensive here.)I just bought a CPO REx just a few weeks ago. Mine is fully loaded with giga interior, and out the door price was around 24k. I love it! I make a 60 mile commute everyday to work and back, and it so great passing the gas station every day.
Backstory on how this huge post was conceived. I was initially researching the history of Mazda participation in Le Mans as part of a secret project for YouTube that didn pan out. One of the main points that I was about to look into is why the Rotary engine was “banned” (Spoilers: it wasn “banned”).
) My brother drives like a magician and studied in oxford. MG sports started in Oxford. odd links that tie family together and make sense of things you never thought meant anything. To be a classic, a car has to be repairable. Parts have to be available. They want appraisal of their cars.
I’d avoid the AD dealership at all costs, cars might have longer warranty and service contracts / more options but service is garbage; they will up sell you random stuff and not take responsibility for their own mistakes. I own a BMW in Abu Dhabi fwiw and trust me with these high performance cars, you’ll want that extended warranty and service contract. PM me if you have any other questions.
Hubby bought an older M5 through Dubizzle. It was an incredible beast to drive but it kept breaking down. He sold it on Dubizzle, got a gently used BMW from Abu Dhabi. Drove it until the service warranty was about to expire. Weirdly, it was a model that AGMC Dubai was trying to convince Emirates Airlines to add to its fleet of Skywards cars, so every now and then hubby would exchange his car for a fancy loaner car while it was borrowed by EA. Eventually hubby and I agreed to trade in both cars so he could get a second gently used one, again from AGMC Abu Dhabi.
Remember when X was supposed to be the launch engine of the 2019 Mazda3? A year later we still have no idea if and when it coming to America. Got a feeling that it just not economically viable in markets where they are still meeting regulations (they specifically said that there was no rush to bring it to America because gasoline is cheap and people don care).
So from the first summons in July 2007 through to the AC33 this February, the Cup found itself dragged repeatedly in and out of oak panelled court rooms in an eye wateringly expensive legal battle between the two sides. In the process of this struggle, even the most ardent Cup enthusiasts lost interest in what appeared to be more about a bitter squabble between two billionaires than it was about the racing that had made the event so famous. The protagonists both claimed that they were either exercising their rights or fighting to protect the heritage of the 159 year old trophy.
3) Pete Buttigieg. Now I going to preemptively defend his 3 slot by saying, I don think he in any way qualified to be President. That being said, he the top contender for VP. He carries himself extremely well with very desirable VP traits. He friendly, humble, charming, charismatic with solid understanding of a surprising range of issues. His few solutions were mediocre, but he seemed pretty washy on taking hard stances anyway. It obvious he doesn have the experience of many people on the stage, but he a solid campaigner from a very critical state; which is the dream scenario for a VP pick.
And that really what it comes down to for me. And this is just my opinion. The Model 3P is a lot like an Audi RS car. It exceptionally quick and genuinely very responsive when you hustle it, but it feels very clinical. You know it the electronics getting you around that track. Great sports sedans like the Giulia, M3, and even to a lesser extent the C43, allow roads and tracks to unfurl like a ribbon before you. The car gracefully dances from one corner to the next. The Model 3P never feels like that. It takes a brute force approach. It highly effective, but a bit one dimensional.
6) Kirsten Gillibrand. Pretty much family issues female Booker. She has solid positions where she has them, but they also rather polarizing and she expressed them in a rather aggravating/aggressive interruptive way. She also fell flat on non family/female/health issues and suffers from being the 3rd women behind two much more well rounded women frontrunners syndrome. I say Sec. HHS or Sec. Labor for her.
I searched old posts and came across a bunch with the BMW X3 and Diono seats in 3 across, but I need RF (rear facing) seat outboard for YDS. DH (dear husband) is looking at the X3 for his next vehicle, and I’m fairly certain there is nothing I can do to dissuade him. He needs to get a new car within the next month, realistically.
Not “too raw” at all, I did several 3000 Mile road trips with it and I never had an issue with not being comfortable. I daily drove it for 3 years with no issue. The only issue I ever had was the “angry screaming racecar” which attracted too much attention and it wasn suitable for the snow in CO. Also, people in the US suck. 2 years in Germany with it, no issues. First week back in the US someone door dinged me even though I parked in BFE. I miss it but I don will admit, if I kept the M2 it would be less stressful than having a US spec 3 in Germany for road trips and likely more fun on the ring again but take the good with the bad. I still take the 3 over it again any day. Side note, currently being ICE by an Audi.
“Part of the appeal of classic BMWs is that, while they are very well engineered, they are also relatively simple, so anything that does go wrong can usually be repaired at the side of theroad. Another plus is that most parts for bikes built back to 1970 are still available off the shelf from BMW Motorrad and firms such as James Sherlock, Motorworks and Moto Bins.”
10) Eric Swalwell. So major props for putting Biden and Bernie on the defensive. He everything I like about as young candidate and everything I don like about a young candidate. He quick and has the California esque star power persona. But he skin deep in his policy depth and came off inexperienced all in all.
He was recovering from gall bladder surgery when he suffered a heart arrhythmia and passed away suddenly in 1987 (perhaps the fears of hospitals were a premonition)? He left money and art to his family, but donated the rest of his belongings to the advancement of the visual arts. The Andy Warhol Foundation, opened by his brothers the same year as Warhol’s passing, “is primarily focused on supporting work of a challenging and experimental nature.” This Foundation is one of the largest organizations to give grants to new artists who wish to experiment in new media in the United States.
This particular motorcycle is interesting because of its history. It started production in the 1930s and continued in one form or another to be built in Germany until the 1960s. As part of reparations after World War 2, the drawings and some tooling were distributed among the allies. into what became the Harley Davidson Hummer. BSA turned it into the Bantam. the Soviet Union also produced a version. DKW also developed the Schnurle two stroke loop scavenging process which made the deflection piston unnecessary and also developed a very good design for the transfer ports.
For your $20K budget you can pick up some real clean examples.Good Luck!For that price and 30 seconds on ebay, I’d go for this mint 1978 911 SC for $13KOr for something a bit newer and more powerful, this 1987 911 Turbo looks good for $17KThose choices aside, I’d only be looking at a classic 911 because there amazing fun, beautiful and because there are a lot of them, they are either mint or a little knackered but cheap! Plus lots of replacement/aftermarket parts.I’ve written a hub on Porsche’s, I won’t link to it on here for fear of getting reported, but have a look on my profile.I like the idea of an early Porsche too.
We’re actually in Southern Ontario but in the snowbelt a couple of weeks ago all of the roads in our county were closed for a couple of days. We’re new here so it’s been quite a learning experience. DH (dear husband) says nearly everyone he works with owns an SUV/truck. At least they do get paid when there are snow days.
And yes to what pp said about maintaining! My dh (dear husband) works on cars and said we will never get one. Tires are expensive, oil changes are $150. I had a tiny bump with one in a parking lot (seriously just a scratch, no dent) and their dealer charged $750! The scratch on my dodge rubbed right off. I thought they were scammers, but my insurance said just painting a 2017 bmw bumper costs that. Kind of impractical for an icy environment. I guess if you have money to blow. but then why is he worrying about gas mileage costs in that case.
It was a mess I accidentally punted one off because he stopped (relatively) on the apex of a fast corner after he went up the inside.It shouldn be that way. If you slower than a GT3 in a GTE, you should be in a GT3. Driven properly, a GTE car is much faster than a GT3 car, and more challenging to drive.Thank you for the detailed response! So I guess I a little confused about IMSA.
The interior build quality is not on par with a Porsche but it definitely not bad at all. I actually prefer the interior design to that of a other modern sports cars over driven because it driver centric and doesn feel claustrophobic. I hate large wrap around center consoles and huge dashboards that make me feel like the car is swallowing me. The Evora cabin is fairly open and a generally nice place to be. It has all of the technology I need without anything extra.
But there was still more to this Cup of extremes. When the teams’ two boats appeared on the water the sailing public drew breath. Two of the biggest, most advanced multihulls that the sailing world had ever seen suddenly changed the mood among Cup followers. At last, the conversation switched from the frustration of complex court hearings, to that of the prospect of a spectacular battle of two behemoths on the water.
Nobody really knows how Lexus did it, but the fast revving 4.8 Litre V10 in the LFA was so fast that they had to replace a traditional rev counter with dials with an electronic one. An extremely futuristic exhaust and cockpit ensured that the LFA was literally a car that was one of a kind and anyone lucky enough to be 바카라사이트 able to afford and buy it was indeed buying and preserving a piece of unique art and history.
I know that in some tropical and humid countries (Brazil) it is very rare to find hot tap water in the bathrooms or kitchen. The shower is heated by an electrical device. Is that sufficient? Does bacteria thrive in hot and humid places? I think it does so maybe that is one reason to not have.
Today those fuels are still offered at gas stations and the government forces gas producers to mix it into the gasoline (heavily jeopardizing the overall gasoline quality). Other than that, there is an equation that gas stations put up showing when its better to buy biofuels than gasoline. I never seen the equation pointing towards them.
I don know how much on average you are spending on your Tahoe a month in repairs/maintenance, but from what I can tell, everything costs more on a BMW. I take a look at some average maintenance costs owners pay on BMWs per year, compare them to your maintenance cost on your Chevy, then add that to your monthly cost. My guess is that add around $200/month on average. If you are okay spending an additional portion of your disposable income on a car instead of other things like vacations, dining out, etc, then go for it.
Currently, the i3 has been sitting in the shop for 3 weeks waiting on warranty parts from the mothership the heating system leaked coolant on the primary high voltage cable. While it was still driving as normal, it had an ominous warning of a drivetrain malfunction that “should continue to drive; yet get service soon”
The front end of the Vision iNext features a new version of BMW’s trademark “kidney” grill, which features two rounded rectangles. In the Vision iNext, the rectangular shapes are connected by a broad center section, creating something like a massive letter H. This grill is largely cosmetic, however, since a large radiator isn’t needed on a fully electric car. A major reason for this center section is to cover the front mounted cameras and sensors that enable the car’s self driving capabilities.
What do you think will happen when competitors to BMW take note and try to outsmart them by using other blockchain services then realize VeChain is already working with BYD, PICC, etc. and have developed far more advanced solutions under the radar? They will put their egos aside and come flocking to collaborate. Win win.