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Post it if it's yours and gets you from point A to point B!

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>> No. 18064 ID: 970006
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58 miles per gallon.

Too bad it's only good for ~40 horsepower. Can't make it up a hill unless the A/C is off.
>> No. 18065 ID: faf5b0
Wow, unreal.

It's basically brand new.
>> No. 18066 ID: 2744b7
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Want another one? It could be yours for $1500.
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As I said, had to wait until January.
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I finally traded up from >>10550 to a 2007 1500
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Got to work yesterday and said "holy shit look at those quints"
>> No. 18752 ID: cdf10f
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This is my Ford Fusion diesel.
>> No. 18785 ID: 1e7cc7
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Reading about high fuel economy cars, hybrids and electric vehicles, ultra-high economy turbo diesel cars surprisingly stood out. Back in the 1980s, European diesel cars like the Mercedes Benz, BMW & Volkswagen were sold in the USA, but did not catch on as they were smelly and loud. A few years ago, I read about little diesel subcompacts in Europe that had unbelievable gas mileage, such as the VW Lupo 3L, rated at 78 miles per gallon! The Lupo 3L was a special-edition made with the intent of being the world's first car in series production consuming as little as 3 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres (78 miles per US gallon or 94 miles per Imperial gallon). During the period of series production of the Lupo 3L (1999-2006), Volkswagen also presented the 1L Concept, a prototype made with the objective of proving the capability of producing a roadworthy vehicle consuming only 1 litre of fuel per 100 kilometres (235 miles per US gallon). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_Lupo

Currently the #1 most fuel-efficient car in the US is the Chevrolet Cruze 2.0L Diesel 6AT – at 46 mpg.
Perched all alone at the top of our list, the Cruze goes from acceptable economy car to mpg hero once a diesel is under the hood. Thus equipped, you can expect to go 700 miles or more on the highway with prudent driving habits. Try to engage in anything resembling spirited driving, however, and you’ll be thwarted by a recalcitrant transmission and a basic lack of communication between you and the car. Still, unless you go hybrid, plug-in, or EV, you’re not going to top this Chevy for mileage bragging rights. http://blog.caranddriver.com/the-10-most-fuel-efficient-gas-and-diesel-cars-for-sale-today/
>> No. 18786 ID: 1e7cc7
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2014 Cruze Diesel - The Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet’s best-selling passenger car around the world, provides the amenities, quietness, safety features, infotainment and roominess expected of a larger, more expensive sedan, but with the efficiency and value of a compact car.

For the 2014 model year, Chevrolet builds on Cruze’s value with an all-new, 2.0L clean turbo-diesel-powered model that achieves an EPA-estimated 46 mpg hwy – better than any non-hybrid or gasoline passenger car in America. The Cruze Diesel can travel 717 miles on a single tank – or about 10 hours of highway driving.

The 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel will be available in certain markets in early summer and nationwide and in Canada in late summer.

GM produces about a half-million small displacement diesel engines each year, and four out of 10 Cruze models sold in Europe feature a diesel engine.

“We harnessed generations of diesel expertise here and in Europe to adapt our world-class global engine for the North American market,” said Gary Altman, chief engineer, Chevrolet Cruze Diesel. “Chevrolet is redefining the meaning of great fuel economy with this car.”

With a starting price of $25,695, including an $810 destination charge, the Chevrolet Cruze Diesel is a better value than a similarly equipped Volkswagen Jetta TDI automatic (42 mpg hwy). Compared with Jetta, Cruze Diesel offers more standard equipment including the Chevrolet MyLink infotainment system, larger 17-inch alloy wheels, leather-appointed seating, a longer five-year 100,000-mile powertrain limited warranty, and a two-year maintenance plan that includes oil changes, tire rotation and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) top-offs.

Cruze Diesel also beats its rivals in performance, with a segment-leading, SAE-certified 151 horsepower (113 kW) and 264 lb.-ft. of torque (358 Nm), and can go from 0-60 in about 8.6 seconds. Its advanced 2.0L turbo-diesel engine produces at least 250 lb.-ft. of torque (339 Nm) between 1,750 and 3,000 rpm and has an overboost feature capable of increasing torque to an estimated 280 lb.-ft. (380 Nm) for short bursts of stronger acceleration when needed, such as merging onto a busy freeway.

Cruze Diesel is powered by the cleanest diesel engine produced by General Motors. It meets tough North American diesel emission standards and generates 90 percent less Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and particulate emissions compared to previous-generation diesels.

Overall, the Chevrolet Cruze model has helped Chevrolet grow its share of the rising global small car market. Chevrolet has sold more than 2 million Cruzes around the world, and has the second highest share of buyers under age 25. In addition to the all-new Cruze Diesel, Cruze is available in LS, 1LT, 2LT, LTZ and Eco models. http://www.caricos.com/cars/c/chevrolet/2014_chevrolet_cruze_diesel/
>> No. 18787 ID: 1e7cc7
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Cruze features Chevrolet’s global signature face – a two-tier grille with the gold bowtie logo. An arching roofline connects a steeply raked windshield and fast-sloping rear pillars that provide a sporty, coupe-like proportion.

Prominent headlamp housings wrap around the corners and sweep upward into the fenders and hood. The short rear deck is typically found on sport coupes. Wheels are planted at the corners with minimal front and rear overhangs, which make the car appear longer.

Inside, the twin-cockpit motif is matched with high-quality interior materials and exceptional assembly tolerances. Grained, soft-touch components and low-gloss trim panels convey a level of quality uncommon in the segment.

The instrument panel features richly detailed instruments backlit with light-emitting diode (LED) technology. The integrated center stack houses the infotainment display, climate controls and radio controls, and blends harmoniously with the instrument panel.

The interior pillar and other moldings are color and grain-matched to the headliner, while the seat inserts are color-matched to the instrument panel accent trim, giving the cabin the detailed appearance of a larger, more upscale sedan.

New exterior colors for 2014 include Red Hot, Rainforest Green Metallic, Tungsten Metallic and Blue Ray Metallic.
>> No. 18788 ID: 1e7cc7
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2015 Chevrolet Cruze - Chevrolet announced today the 2015 Cruze will debut at the New York International Auto Show with revised exterior styling, enhanced interior convenience and greater connectivity – including new Text Message Alerts, Apple Siri integration and OnStar 4G LTE with available Wi-Fi hotspot.

The new exterior styling cues are inspired by the all-new Impala and restyled 2014 Malibu, while more intuitive controls update the interior. New voice-controlled features enhance safety when responding to text messages in the vehicle.

“We’ve simply made a great, versatile car even better,” said Steve Majoros, Chevrolet director of passenger car and crossover marketing. “Chevrolet continues to design, build and sell the most compelling small cars in its history and the 2015 Cruze offers more of the features, connectivity and efficiency that are important to today’s customers.”

The Cruze’s facelift for 2015 refreshes the appearance for LS, LT, RS and LTZ models. A prominent dual-port front fascia takes styling cues from Impala and Malibu, contributing a more cohesive look across Chevrolet’s sedan range – including LED daytime running lamps on LT and LTZ trims. They complement the Cruze’s swept-back headlamps, for a sportier presence. Several new exterior and interior colors will also be offered for 2015.

Updates on the interior enhance convenience:

Revised cupholders make it easier to insert and remove cups
Trunk release relocated to the center console
Door lock switches relocated from the center console to the front doors.
In addition to LS, LT, RS and LTZ models, the 2015 Cruze lineup includes Cruze Eco (EPA-rated 42 mpg highway) and Cruze Diesel (EPA 46 mpg highway), the most efficient non-hybrid passenger car in America. That’s about 10 percent greater efficiency than the Volkswagen Jetta TDI. The Cruze also delivers more horsepower (151 hp) and torque (264 lb-ft), than the Jetta TDI (140 hp / 236 lb-ft). Cruze Diesel’s driving range is up to 717 miles per tank.

Cruze offers more standard safety features than any other car in its class, including 2014 models of the Ford Focus and Toyota Corolla. Cruze has 10 standard air bags – including side-impact and knee air bags for front passengers – and offers side blind zone alert, rear cross traffic alert, rear park assist and a rearview camera.

“Cruze remains a strong entry in the compact segment, with features that continue to bring new customers to Chevrolet,” said Majoros. “Along with Spark, Spark EV, Sonic and Volt, Chevy’s lineup of efficient, technologically advanced small cars is one of the industry’s most compelling.” http://www.caricos.com/cars/c/chevrolet/2015_chevrolet_cruze/
>> No. 18789 ID: 1e7cc7
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Cruze is the cornerstone of Chevrolet’s North American small-car lineup, which is attracting a greater share of the market and more young, first-time customers to Chevy showrooms. Cruze is also Chevrolet’s best-selling car around the world, with more than 2.5 million sold globally since its launch in mid-2010.

“These new customers are discovering the fun, value and durability Chevy stands for,” said Paul Edwards, U.S. vice president, Chevrolet Marketing. “In fact, Chevrolet is second among buyers under 25, as the brand continues to grow share in the small-car segments.”

Collectively the lineup in America – including Spark, Spark EV, Sonic, Cruze and Volt – saw a 15.4-percent increase in overall sales in the first quarter of 2014. Since Cruze’s launch about four years ago, and the additions of the Spark and Sonic, Chevrolet’s overall share of the small-, compact- and mini-car segments has more than tripled – up 221 percent – with nearly half of the customers new to Chevrolet.

“The diversity of Chevrolet’s small-car lineups, from the efficiency of the Cruze clean diesel and the pure electric performance of the Spark EV, offers a driving solution for everyone,” said Edwards. “With Cruze sales up 17 percent in the first quarter of 2014, the updated styling and greater connectivity of the 2015 Cruze will accelerate Chevy’s small-car momentum when it goes on sale this fall.”
>> No. 18790 ID: 1e7cc7
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Back to the Volkswagen XL1 (VW 1-Litre) two-person limited production diesel-powered plug-in hybrid:
In February 2013, Volkswagen announced that it expected the XL1 to achieve a fuel economy of 0.9 l/100 km (260 mpg-US; 310 mpg-imp) and emissions of 21 g/km of CO2. The test cycle allows for a re-charge of the battery every 75 km (47 mi) which results in a high mpg value. Using diesel alone the car is capable of up to 2.0 l/100 km (120 mpg-US; 140 mpg-imp). As with the 2011 concept XL1, it is powered by an 800 cm3 two-cylinder diesel engine with 35 kW (48 PS; 47 bhp) and a 20 kW (27 PS; 27 bhp) electric motor, delivering power to the rear wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. The drag coefficient has increased slightly from 0.186 to 0.189. The production version is expected to deliver an all-electric range of 50 km (31 mi).

Production and sales - Production began by mid 2013 and it will be limited to 250 units. A total of 50 units had been built by early September 2013, and the remaining 200 XL1s are scheduled to be built in the second quarter of 2014. Pricing starts at €111,000 (~ US$146,000). The XL1 will be available in Europe only. Retail deliveries began in Germany in June 2014.

Of the 250 units to be produced, 200 will be sold to retail customers. Volkswagen opened a registration process for interested customers that closed on October 18, 2013. Because more than 200 potential buyers registered, a draw will be conducted to select the customers with a purchase option for the available cars. They will be offered a purchase contract and after the payment of a €20,000 (~ US$27,000) deposit, the purchase agreement for a XL1 will be binding. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_1-litre_car
>> No. 18791 ID: 1e7cc7
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Production version of the Volkswagen XL1 exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show 2013.
>> No. 18792 ID: 1e7cc7
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Sure, US$146,000 for a weak econo-box hybrid is crazy-expensive, but it is a very limited production version of an experimental car that gets 260 mpg.

I would be interested in an electric commuter car, but they are expensive. A 46 mpg turbo diesel like the Chevy Cruze for $18,570 ($304/mo lease) sounds much better. Cruze prices begin at $16,995, but the 2.0TD starts at $26,485 and comes with a high level of standard equipment. http://www.caranddriver.com/chevrolet/cruze
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>> No. 18847 ID: daceca
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Guess the year
>> No. 18848 ID: daceca
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My 1999 Ford Ranger, my baby, I got her with around 45k miles.
>> No. 18917 ID: f9bd30
Oh god, my original car is still on here
>> No. 18935 ID: c4277d
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Oh hey, I just realized, I havent posted this here yet...
Got a project car back in late march. its a 1988 Nissan 300ZX. Sadly, its N/A, and not the turbo, but it should be a fun project/weekend driver.
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Operation Mommywagon is showing promise.
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I need to get some bolt ons and a tune done :(
>> No. 19431 ID: f9bd30
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2003 BMW 330xi
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I bought something similar about four months ago. Makes you want to yell "OI CUNTS!" and other 'Strayan things every time you start it up.
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My commuter.

I need to get different panniers and bust a little rust.
>> No. 19544 ID: 70a76b
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1985 M1028, since removed the stupid cap on the bed and rescued it from California
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Sexy, I've always wanted an M1009 CUCV, but havent had the cash/luck to find a decent one.
Old picture of my '88 300ZX to keep the MODS happy
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Got a new project for $500.
already had offers on the car for well above that, but Im gonna fix it up a bit and sell it on, hopefully for a decent profit.
1980 Chevrolet El Camino
a previous owner swapped in a 350 and a Turbo 350 trans in it with a B&M floor shifter. Got it with a dented front fender, and with starter issues, either the starter isn't bolted on all the way, its missing shims, or its the wrong starter, because its rubbing the flywheel, and wont start the car.
Should be fun!
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Guess I should update this thing too....
IHC helped me out, and we got the Timing belt, water pump, thermostat, distributor cap, distributor rotor, spark plugs, and plug wires all changed. I cleaned up the interior a bit, changed most of the interior bulbs over to LED, because most of them were out, and I'm too lazy to tear apart the digital dash.
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digital climate control is neato.
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Also, refurbishing a set of factory alloy wheels I got for $50.
Painting them up like 88-89 Turbo wheels, should looke pretty awesome on the car.
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Detailed image, not bad for a $7 can of paint.
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Finally XD
>> No. 20514 ID: 634497
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I've put over 800 km on her in fourteen days. Her name, BTW, is Corvus.
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Yield to Tonnage. Newton's laws trump all.
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One of the few things that still induces a bit of puckering when I ride is conducting my routine mirror check / crazy Ivan and seeing a tractor-trailer directly behind me. The mental image I get is that of drop-kicking a bunny into a wood chipper.

>no post without picture
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Got my muffler replaced today
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It'll take me over a football field to stop at highway speed and 80k gross weight.....

I'm not worried about bikes though, unless you hit debris in front of me. It's oblivious car drivers.
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>It'll take me over a football field to stop at highway speed and 80k gross weight.....
>I'm not worried about bikes though, unless you hit debris in front of me.

That's kind of what I'm talking about, though. The thought that always crosses my mind is basically "What happens if I lay it down with this guy <30 M behind me?"

And yeah, that's rhetorical; I pretty well know what would happen.

>It's oblivious car drivers.

Jesus, don't even get me started, bro.
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This was way before I started trippin, but last week I made my last payment, and I still love this car.
Jesus fucking Christ Boof, if I had access to this kind of hardware, my friggin head would explode. Congrats on the Ferrari! Its so pretty!
>> No. 21417 ID: 76ac9a
IHC and Cable hooked me up with a '91 Geo Metro.

I love it.
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Oops, forgot pic
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If you are going to buy a car from a dealer, then go to multiple dealers in the same day and play them off of each other for the best deal.
Remember that dealerships tack on $500 or more as a special rip-off fee, so their hurt feelings and indignant protestations of "I thought we had a deal" should mean nothing to you.
I was looking for a cheap, domestic compact commuter to replace my 1999 Saturn SL sedan. I bought that Saturn new and it has served me very well, but at 172,000 miles, it's just showing its age and things are breaking down. Searching around for used car deals on various places like the newspaper and online sources like Craig's List and TrueCar, I selected the Chevy Sonic as the one I wanted (as Saturn is no longer in business at GM after the 2008 auto industry catastrophe). The Sonic is like a more compact version of the Chevy Malibu, cheap features (hard plastic interior, 15" steel wheels, roll-up manual windows, few frills) but a solid drivetrain. Not as dinky as the Chevy Spark (98 horsepower, 31 city / 41 highway MPG, $13,000). I was considering getting a vehicle with all wheel drive to better handle the icy winter Colorado roads, but cars like the Chevy Trax and Ford Escape were a bit too expensive for me ($21,000 to $24,000).
I was first going to get a Sonic that was only a few years old. You can find some good deals on 2013 & 2014 models under 40,000 miles, around $7000 or so and I had that much cash on hand to buy them outright. Looking further, I found 2015 Sonics with very low miles (around 5000 miles) for around $10,000. I wanted to trade in my Saturn on the purchase, but the Chevy dealer said it was only worth $200. I told them the new tires and battery was worth far more than that. The dealer's 5000-mile 2015 Sonic was tempting, but I drove off to another Chevy dealer to see what they offered. They would give me $1500 for my Saturn, but their selection of used cars was limited. They said I could buy a new 2017 Sonic for $14,000 after the trade-in, discounts and rebates. I called the first dealership and told them that and they said they could sell me a 2017 Sonic for $13,750. The second dealer said they would match that, so I went with them.
This is an example of getting sucked in incrementally. I first wanted a slightly used car for $7,000, but liked the recent low-mileage ones for $10,000 but concluded that I could just buy a new one for $14,000. Double what I wanted to spend, but I get the full warranty.
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Sold the El Camino, made out okay too.

Bought a 2001 Saturn SC2 from Copart for $450, plus auction and broker fees, after registration and emissions testing, still out less than $1000. Got a running, driving, 5 speed DOHC car, with under 100k miles. Needs a few things, the drains for the sun roof are clogged, and so it leaks a bit, the front PS CV axle and/or wheel bearing is bad, and it needed a tune up(spark plugs, plug wires, oil change, air filter, and serpentine belt), but that was done within the first week.
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Not mine, but does anyone know what model is this? It has a ford oval.
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Looks like a late-'80s Ford Festiva.
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Thought we had a bike thread somewhere.

The steel seat frame (the steel that you lock the seat post onto) on my seat failes yesterday, and I tried to cannibalize the frame from a cheap seat I had lying around. Been at it for an hour with a bench vise and elbow grease but couldn't get all three points of the seat frame into place.

Google has been usurped (though it's squarely Google's fault) by SEO / marketing lenses, and did not find any help there. Is this doable?

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