Rented a ‘22 a couple of weeks ago while working up in Omaha. I couldn’t get use to the push button shifting.Traded the 2019 Pilot in on it. Slightly stiffer ride than the Pilot. This one seems to have a little more leg room than the 2019 Ridgeline (drove one the day I shopped while having the Pilot serviced). The three hour ride back from Reno was very comfortable.
Yeah, it's going to take me a while to get used to it also, but the 9 speed tranny is smooth as butter. The radio/entertainment screen could use a reworking - it seems a step back from the Pilot and less intuitive. I do think I'm going to like flipping the back seats up when I take the dogs to the vet.Rented a ‘22 a couple of weeks ago while working up in Omaha. I couldn’t get use to the push button shifting.
Watched the beginning of the Goodwood Festival live on YouTube this morning. The Porches dominated IMSA racing and Le Mans for a number of years. Saw a number of them race at Road America in the 80's. I believe it can be said that these unlimited prototypes are the fastest vehicles in racing due to the downforce that can be achieved with the full body design. They also tend to fly very well in a spin.Finally ---
Porsche's new 963 LMDh Le Mans car makes debut at Goodwood | Festival of Speed:
Team Porsche Penske Motorsport is sending the new Porsche 963 LMDh prototype into battle for total victories: Two 963 hybrid prototypes each will compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship WEC and the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship from 2023.
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I had a 72 Pinto. If you needed extra power, you turned off the air conditioner.
My 2nd car was that Vega GT -- and it was a big mistake. Fortunately I sold it in 1974 and walked away...it was fun to drive, however.
A friend had a couple of Capris. The first one was basically a Pinto with a different body. The second one he had was a few years later and it had the V-6. It had a little pep.I had the Vega GT, one friend got the Pinto MPG and another got the Maverick. Three of the best cars ever made!!!
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