This doesn't sound good for street parkers: "Mercedes is pinched from driveway in just one minute using 'relay boxes' to connect with key inside the owner's house."
The "6" not including "The other guy made a mistake or is just a jerk."
Bob Lutz, noted Car Guy:
The vehicles, however, will no longer be driven by humans because in 15 to 20 years — at the latest — human-driven vehicles will be legislated off the highways.
He might be right, but I'm not convinced yet.
Describes a possible downside of shopping at the same places as rich folks.
"Are Lexus's really cheaper to maintain and they break less often than BMW/ Mercedes or is it just a myth?"
Quora seems to vote "Yes".
To paraphrase Crocodile Dundee: "That's not a truck. This is a truck."
There is no such beast as a new car that “pollutes” — if that word is understood to mean what it ought to mean. That is to say, what it once meant.
Including this, which I didn't know.
I came to find out after a long conversation with Lexus corporate, that Lexus, unlike the European brands, will not build a customer car. The dealership can request a build, but if the factory will only build the most popular configurations and if that particular spec never gets made, the store will never get it.