Dec 8th 2010 7:12AM They are evil and inconsiderate; you might think your job is that important until you rear end my Porsche and get sued into oblivion. That fancy job won't do jack to save you.
Nov 22nd 2009 5:04PM "the car's impressive performance is not hampered in any way by its added security measures. "
Somehow I highly doubt that as you're adding a bunch of weight. I'm sure it's no slouch but it's not going to keep up with a stock Panamera Turbo like "not hampered in any way" would imply.
Sep 27th 2009 3:43PM That's what Finalgear.com is for, getting the episodes right away. It's not like the BBC cares. I was at the Top Gear US pilot and whatever his name was, some head guy from the BBC, asked if anyone from Finalgear.com was there. After a few people raised their hands he basically pointed out that the BBC doesn't care if people in the United States download the episodes.
Jul 1st 2009 5:08PM *sigh* Max, sometimes when you make a mistake it's best to admit defeat rather than trying to "pass the buck" and coming up short.
The photo is very much related to the article.
Jun 29th 2009 8:05PM I think it would depend on the person. I would consider it more valuable when never raced for it's overall condition would be better. Some people would consider the raced one to be of higher value because it's been in professional races.
Mar 29th 2009 11:22PM Jon Doe. said 3:01PM on 3-28-2009 "I can't tell if you are full of shit or simply clueless. There is NOTHING in Win XP that I can't do in Windows Vista or Windows 7. Nothing. "
False. Windows 7 will NOT upgrade a BlackBerry's operating system.
Mar 17th 2009 5:47AM If the peek did email AND internet then I'd buy one in a heartbeat. Barely make calls so it would be perfect, but just having e-mail isn't going to do me all that much good.
Feb 27th 2009 5:59PM IMHO You'd be better off with a sports car. Why? Because the percentage of people in sports cars that are lawyers, or know a good one, is quite high. Why would a cop give you a ticket when they know your going to fight it and win?
I currently drive a red porsche 951. I drive the thing like it's stolen but in the porsche I haven't even gotten pulled over. (I got a lot more cop attention in my previous bmws) Case in point while hauling butt on the freeway I notice a motorcycle cop too late; he ended up putting the radar gun on his knee while I passed and then in my mirror I see him clock a toyota that's attempting to keep up and turns his lights on to pull him over. I know people that have gotten speeding tickets in diesel cars... but you guessed it, never in a sports car.
People who think your going to get pulled over in something fast obviously have never owned such a vehicle. You do 5mph over in a honda and your gonna get a ticket, but you do 10-15mph over in a sports car and the cop doesn't react.
Jan 27th 2009 8:45PM I like their pricing strategy, why? Because it makes sure I don't see a rip-load of people driving the same car I do. Basically, I want to park at Disneyland and not see another identical car.
Nov 19th 2008 4:53AM Well every turbo charged car from some dudes Honda, to your BMW, or my Porsche will have lag. Even with VarioCam and similar technology to reduce the lag, it's still going to be there.
And engine noise "Very un-befitting for such an expensive car"? Yeah... it's not an expensive car; if it was an expensive car you wouldn't have a rattle in the first place and I wouldn't know people who have gone bankrupt multiple times and still have a 3 series.