Yeah but one of them declared Hillary Clinton the winner in Michigan in 2016 at like 8:30pm and to this day still hasn't formally retracted that statement, and in fact doubled down on it the next day. I'll give you a hint, it wasn't DetNews. Their credibility has been shot in my opinion ever since.
Plus us they still employ noted anti-union picket line crosser Mitch Albom(b).
New shaft is on and car is smooth as a baby's buttocks. Not sure what caused the other shaft to create the vibes. Admittedly, the accelerator pedal has had many intimate encounters with the floor carpet. However, I suspect many other red neck hooligans with Mustangs have introduced those two components as much or more than I have.
Next project is a Roush Supercharger to be installed by the dealer. 😉
rear leg room - 37.3 inches
2020 escape non hybrid
max rear leg room - 40.7 inches
effective leg room - 38.8 inches
2020 escape hybrid
max rear leg room - 38.9 inches
effective rear leg room - 37.1 inches
i have no idea what effective legroom is, but going off max legroom it looks like the hybrid still has 1.6 inches more than the current model.
Yeah, out of the videos I've watched, the only one that made a comment I think was back on the TFL video. They noticed the door panels up front had soft touch features. The portion with the reverse diamond plate. But in the rear seats, those pieces are hard plastic.
I think it's just Motor Trend needing to come up with something bad to say. Otherwise it's a boring report. Negatard news.
I saw this too. Got me to thinking about that US Postal bid. Too bad Rivian didn't come up with their skateboard pack earlier. I wonder if that would have fit the bill for the base. Just need an upfitter to put a delivery vehicle on that skateboard that meets USPS requirements.
True, but a gas tax would presumably target automobiles while a CO2 tax would hit a variety of energy consumers.
I understand that, I was just saying that the fight is over fuel economy standards (formerly CAFE), not the other emissions. Fuel economy standards didn't originally fall under EPA purview, but by pulling CO2 under their regulatory umbrella it allows EPA to regulate fuel economy.