I still cannot fathom how a vehicle burns down if you dont follow the break in rules?from what i've heard from a friend that works there, he was abusing the car without waiting for the break-in and same thing with the second motor
Reports of fresh-off-the-lot new cars having weird major failures from all makers seem to be up. I've seen pictures/videos including the water pump exploding on a brand new 4Runner, new Broncos dropping valves and grenading the engine while driving off the dealer lot, and pretty much everything Stellantis makes needing a new engine or transmission before 150 miles. I'd love to see actual data instead of just what makes social media though.I still cannot fathom how a vehicle burns down if you dont follow the break in rules?
In addition this RTV scandal Toyo is in seems global. Are these all bad actors working in tandem?
Well, it was the 6AT version of the GR 86. I'd have a hard time placing that at the top against 6MT equipped hot hatches.Maybe the worst article I’ve seen in 2022 and that says a lot
Sometimes cheap thrills are all you need, as Honda, Subaru, VW, Hyundai, and Toyota aim to prove.www.motortrend.com
Cliffs…. the GR86 finishes fourth hahahhahahah
Honda/Hyundai Trend at it again
Waitlist, that's tough. But without markup, there's plenty more Subaru dealers in the area that are MSRP, just got to look for them. I heard of Subaru Glendale and a dealer in Bakersfield. More Mazda dealers are selling at MSRP from what I've read (Capo Mazda in OC)Anyone got any leads where I can find a manual base model GR86/BRZ without markup or waitlist?
I'm in SoCal, Longo Toyota has a 300+ waitlist and the only Penske Subaru has closed their orders cause they're backordered right now with 11 people awaiting a build slot. Thanks y'all 🙃