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  1. Holy moley! Oddly enough, this story hasn't...

    Holy moley!

    Oddly enough, this story hasn't been picked up by any of the regular automotive press I can find that always dump on the Mirage & Mitsubishi....

    Hate it for it's performance...
  2. I read this article from CBC a few days ago (the...

    I read this article from CBC a few days ago (the original source)

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/nissan-leaf-electric-vehicle-new-battery-1.5769998

    Not sure why this person hasn't contacted a...
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    I know right? I'm used to it now, but I...

    I know right?

    I'm used to it now, but I remember when I first put it on and took it for a spin I was pretty floored.

    NO MORE FEELING LIKE YOURE GOING TO FALL OVER IN A TURN!

    YOU CAN ACTUALLY...
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    Fair enough, I didn't want to come out as a...

    Fair enough, I didn't want to come out as a 'Karen' just that average case fatality rate isn't the whole story here, and oversimplification of what's going on is not in anyone's best interest unless...
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    Huh this is pretty neat! Looks fairly simple to...

    Huh this is pretty neat! Looks fairly simple to boot.

    Perhaps something that could be somewhat easily detached / disengaged in more temperate climates, as it's cold here in NS usually -10 C or so...
  6. On an entirely unrelated note, looks like my dent...

    On an entirely unrelated note, looks like my dent should be able to be fixed with PDR using the pictures you posted... the guy at the repair shop said there would be a crash beam in the way, but...
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    Sadly that's wrong on a few counts, mainly for a...

    Sadly that's wrong on a few counts, mainly for a few reasons:

    First, no one has antibodies for COVID-19, nor does it look like COVID-19 creates any lasting antibodies once you've been infected:...
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    Considering that the world had no idea what sort...

    Considering that the world had no idea what sort of Virus we were dealing with when it first showed up back in February / March / April, 'locking down' seemed to be the most sensible thing until we...
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    I didn't say you were *incorrect*, just that...

    I didn't say you were *incorrect*, just that interpreting that data is best left up to people who understand the ramifications.

    1% of the world is still 75 million people.

    But yes, your risk of...
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    I think I'll choose to get my information about...

    I think I'll choose to get my information about COVID-19 from somewhere else.

    I recommend others do the same.

    Not trying to be rude, I just wish people would leave things they don't have any...
  11. *bows* :D

    *bows* :D
  12. Had a look at my cross member and even though...

    Had a look at my cross member and even though I’ve had Krown done every year since 2015, there still is a bit of surface rust in spots, probably from the year it sat on the dealers lot? Not sure.
    ...
  13. Lordthunderingjesus! That's some nasty AF...

    Lordthunderingjesus!

    That's some nasty AF corrosion.

    I guess that explains why there aren't many Ford Escapes / Mazda Tributes left in Nova Scotia from that era.... they've all long since...
  14. Saw this G4 on my way out for a bike ride last...

    Saw this G4 on my way out for a bike ride last evening.

    A rare sight, I don’t think they sold very well before mitsu pulled the plug on them here.

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  15. I had a friend growing up when I was a teenager /...

    I had a friend growing up when I was a teenager / fresh out of High School who drove a Toyota Tercel (one of the last years before they switched over to Echo).

    Despite it being a 98-99 MY...
  16. Hey there! I don't have any experience with...

    Hey there!

    I don't have any experience with using the OEM cruise switch in the steering wheel, as my DE just had the plain jane steering wheel.

    So I ended up buying the Doax cruise button that...
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    Many people seem to use their car as an...

    Many people seem to use their car as an expression or representation of one's self or as some form of ego stroking.

    For others like myself, cars are just simply an means to end and I don't really...
  18. Weird, it's almost like this is a stupid BS...

    Weird, it's almost like this is a stupid BS protectionist policy from a country that prides itself on free enterprise and free flow of goods across borders. :confused:

    I never understood how the...
  19. That's what i'm wondering too. I wonder if...

    That's what i'm wondering too.

    I wonder if this issue is more common to a specific regional fuel type blend in Europe vs. North America / Asia?

    Have any people outside of Europe experienced...
  20. I have no idea how reliable the Twingo is, as we...

    I have no idea how reliable the Twingo is, as we have very little for affordable European cars here in Canada, but the Renault Twingo and the Smart Forfour are twins built at the same plant and share...
  21. This makes me so jealous, also sad about the...

    This makes me so jealous, also sad about the state of small entry level cars in US & Canada.

    I would quite literally donate a kidney to be able to buy a Peugeot 108 (and it's siblings), Renault...
  22. If Toyota's Hybrids are anything to go on, the...

    If Toyota's Hybrids are anything to go on, the battery itself should be fine...the older ones had an 8-Year Hybrid system warranty, the new ones have a 10 year.

    I believe Honda had some issues for...
  23. I too have been bitten by the "buy a new car"...

    I too have been bitten by the "buy a new car" bug.

    My parents have trouble keeping the same car for a year or so, I get it from them!

    I've almost test driven a few cars, mostly because I want...
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    The speed limit here in Nova Scotia is 110 km/h...

    The speed limit here in Nova Scotia is 110 km/h (almost 70 mph) on most of the four lane highways (officially called Arterial highways), lower at 100-80 km/h for the more rural two lane ones or...
  25. Beautiful! Thanks for the shots! How did the...

    Beautiful! Thanks for the shots!

    How did the car perform climbing up steep mountain passes?
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