When your wife/girlfriend says "I don't know what I want, what do you want to eat?", She's not really curious about your preferences, she wants to see if you can guess hers. I recommend you just tell her to get in the car and let it be a surprise. She'll tell you where she wants to go really quickly.Probably the exact words in my girl's head when I ask her where she wants to eat dinner. Or ask her anything, really.
She figures out what she wants immediately after I choose. She chooses "anywhere else".
Good article. 18” is the sweet spot, but cannot remotely compare to the looks of 19s. Also is it me or does it seem like sizes for 19s are much more limited than they used to be?
With SUVs taking over, 19's are becoming mainstream but with larger tires - so the 19" tire size for non-SUVs is dwindling - except for those cars that came with 19's.I noticed the same
So you guys blew me off when I asked this question, so I went ahead and got a CARFAX report. You know that I believe that CARFAX isn't reliable for stuff it doesn't show, but it usually correct on the stuff it does have. The dealer provided the Experian report but not the CARFAX.Anybody here who can get some service information on a specific VIN? I'm looking at a car, first registered in El Paso in March 2020, has less that 7k miles, looks great and is sitting on a regular used car lot in Ohio.
The car lot has a decent reputation and they say they got the off lease from VW. Autocheck (the Experian competitor to CARFAX.
It is several hours away from me so I can't just pop by and look at it.
I'd like to verify that there isn't anything weird in the service records. Autocheck shows only the registration information - no service info at all. Since it isn't at a vW dealer, they can't pull up anything either.
No, but it is interesting. I have a nice Acura wheel that I'd love to use on the Alltrack - even has the proper sized tires.Has anyone here used US Wheel Adapters before?
They make custom spacers, among other things. To run the wheels I bought I need a 57.1 to 66.56 hub ring and then a 5 or 6mm spacer to be "flush" in the front. Stacking those on the front makes me nervous so I was going to have US Wheel make a hubcentric spacer for me. A pair would be $160ish but the peace of mind invaluable. Just wanted to see if anyone has tried them out and if they are legit.
I have 10mm spacers with a lip that I can move to the back. I feel better about running a hub ring on that spacer since it'll have full contact with the lip on the spacer (front 5mm spacer would be flat / no lip, hence looking at the custom option)
If I was looking for an automatic alltrack, sure it seems nice. Although I would never buy a car I couldn't see in person and test drive first. But that doesn't mean it's a bad vehicle...So you guys blew me off when I asked this question, so I went ahead and got a CARFAX report. You know that I believe that CARFAX isn't reliable for stuff it doesn't show, but it usually correct on the stuff it does have. The dealer provided the Experian report but not the CARFAX.
I've attached a link to the car, the Autocheck and the CARFAX report. Please look at the car first, then the Experian Autocheck and finally the CARFAX. Would you buy this car?