Needs to know Hebrew.
Dunno what to say on newer vehicles, the newest thing I have access to which isn’t mine is a 2001 Impala.
Your Dad’s Van may have rusted out BECAUSE it was parked inside. The idea is Snow + Anti-ice concoction + Warming Up in Garage = Rust. I’m planning on running this Suburban through winter but it has little rust on it already and I sprayed Fluid Film in most places including inside rocker panels so hopefully it withstands the elements. I will not park it inside, I’ll just leave it out.
Dunno what to say of newer Jaguars, certainly they’re not quite the same since Ford acquired them in the 80s but I still wonder too. Maybe one would be good for 250k with a driver who’s not keen on maintenance?
I prefer to always use Synthetic (Unless I use Bio-based Synthetic) but there are times to refrain from it. Pennzoil Platinum 5w30 may be best in your case if you need a 5w30 or 10w30, their 5w30 is the thinnest at startup 5w30 I know of in Walmart.
It’s kind of a Minivan and Wagon in one. shrug
I did see a nice looking Subaru Crosstrek yesterday, it’s not long enough to be LAND YACHT though.
It’s the headlights and “nose” curvature, isn’t it? In that way yes it does.
BMW insisting a four-door is a coupe… I may or may not be feeling like this upon hearing that:
Well how were they defining it since “Coupe” now seems to include “Not Coupe”? Um… Yeah, I’ll take that cake please but light
on the sugar.
Might as well post a photo of that Subaru Crosstrek mentioned earlier.
All Wheel Drive. TBH these Subarus and Volvos (XC70 for example which I’ll post a photo of below) don’t look all that bad to me as far as a Wagon goes if I were only looking for something smaller.
Oh. Now I wonder how the Crosstrek compares to the Outback?