Choosing a production run number for total cars built is dumb. It only makes any sense if the demand is also static. While I agree they don't want to dumb-down the brand, if there are more millionaires out there who want one than there used to be, then make more cars? It will still be exclusive, you can still… » 9/18/14 8:25pm Yesterday 8:25pm

Jackson, WY to DC, for a navy blue Xterra with a manual transmission. I've done Miami to San Diego for an allroad (manual) and a 997 (manual), but had those cars shipped. Also Houston to Jackson for an X5, and I've had people come from Montana to San Diego (for my 91 200q 20v) and Arizona to Jackson (for a Jeep… » 9/18/14 2:08pm Yesterday 2:08pm

My last two BMW's have been the most unreliable vehicles ever, include Audis from the 80's. My wife's current 535xi wagon will be our last BMW. It's been a horribly unreliable POS - turbos, fuel pumps x4, never-ending electrical problems. The door handle just broke off the other day. Unspeakable POS. I would NEVER… » 9/17/14 2:02pm Wednesday 2:02pm

I don't think I'll ever buy another GM car for the rest of my life as a result of how they've handled this situation. The $1MM cap is appalling as compensation for taking someone's life as a result of shunning your duty. I realize they are legally entitled to bankruptcy protection, but I also realize they were bailed… » 9/16/14 1:56pm Tuesday 1:56pm

The R107 was a great car, and was the last of the truly 'bank vault era' Mercedes convertibles they made. They're all still out there and running around like unkillable cockroaches. My mom had a gray-market 500sl and it was a great car - they were better looking with the euro bumpers and headlights, IMO... » 9/16/14 1:41pm Tuesday 1:41pm