But GM did say last month it expects to spend $1 billion more for commodities like steel and aluminum next year. The price of those goods rose since the Trump administration imposed tariffs on those products in an effort to help US mills. Even US steel and aluminum producers have raised prices because they no longer face as much competition from overseas product.
We just bought a new BMW X3. I have a Britax Marathon that my 2 year old rides in RFing. I use the RFing tether. I am having a hard time finding a good place to put the strap. Right now I have it on the track of the seat (where it typically goes) but the problem is that the point where I can get the strap around starts far up. Meaning that the passanger can not push the seat very far back at all. In fact, I am only 5’4, and I barely have any leg room sitting in it. If the seat is more upright, it can go further back, so you have more leg room.
Took the CarPlay option for 3 years but it is not good value for money, meaning for my next car I will not buy it and stick with the default connected drive ui.There are some finicky UI issues: when using the buttons in the car to go to CarPlay menus or screens it will just go to the active CarPlay screen depending on your location.
Raiola puts the word out that de Ligt is open to a move. A bunch of big clubs come back and say “yes we interested, what sort of terms would the player be looking for?” Raiola says a 5 year contract, de Ligt to be one of the top 5 paid center backs in the world, 10% yearly wage increase, and an 8 figure signing bonus, and on top of that you have to pay me a 20m euro agent fee. Immediately some of the potential buyers drop out because the agent fee is so large, even though they may be willing to pay the transfer fee to Ajax and meet the player contract demands. Perhaps they have a club policy against paying agent fees that large or other financial controls. This obviously limits the potential market for de Ligt somewhat and means he may not get the best possible terms.
I been researching about the F30 328D in North America and I curious what the ownership costs are. So far I read there are a couple issues such as: NOx sensor going bad (Been trying to find DIY guides, but there doesn seem to be any) Transfer case going bad (Replacing with an used unit a bad idea?)
Instead, the real money can be made with Ferraris that have a racing heritage. Bonhams sold a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO in 2014 for $38.1 million, which set a new world auction record at the time. That was broken four years later, when RM Sotheby’s found a buyer willing to drop $48.4 million for one. A third 250 GTO exchanged hands for $70 million in a private sale.
R12s were used by the German army at the outbreak of the second world war and succeeded by the R75, which was purpose built for military use (despite about 36,000 having been made, the R12 has become highly collectable, the best examples commanding up to 25,000). But with the Munich factory flattened by air raids and motorcycle production forbidden under Germany’s terms of surrender, it wasn’t until 1948 that BMW recommenced building bikes, with first the no frills, single cylinder 250cc R24 and then, from1949 on, a range of boxer twins that included the R51/2, R67 and sporting R68.
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Another that can be considered is the heater core. Usually if that is the case then the floor carpet will be getting damp or wet on the passenger side. An intake manifold leak results with water in the oil pan. One trick as a partial check for that is to look at the dip stick. If the oil is a muddy brown there is a chance there is water in the oil.
People often tend to forget that the shell is 1inch shorter than older models as well. I love it! I agree with PP’s that the Britax seats may not work for some kids ERF, but will for many others. I’m very happy with the seat other than the air sides taking up shoulder space even RF (rear facing) in our smaller car. I would have gone with Boulevard 70 CS if it had the Anna pattern. Anyway,my petite 18 months old has lots of room to grow RF. I love the quality, fabrics, the heights on the Britax seats that the headrest goes above the shell for FF, and the easy install. I agree it isn’t the most spacious for legs, but it is fine for us.
3 weeks ago the starter motor went, and thanks to the way the new headers run I had to remove the left side instead of just undoing three bolts and a plug on the starter itself. New starter in and exhaust back on, car tries to start now but has a very slow crank. I jump start it and check the charging voltage, it 12.8V, I figure my alternator must be bad and give up until next weekend.
I believe the glue that holds the whole thing together is DNVGL. They are the trusted, assurance provider that take away the anxiety from things like working with a Chinese company, an unknown startup, or onboarding new tech. In Vechain’s case, all 3 points are valid, so it would take A LOT more than just great tech and partnerships to onboard western companies like BMW. It would take someone that’s respected world wide, has a tremendous reputation of providing certifications, and trusted to deliver on their promise, and that party is DNVGL.
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Plus, I’ve had a fascination with all things German for quite some time. German was my college major for a couple years, back when I thought of being a UN interpreter. I have (or had) family living in Germany, and I have backpacked through the cities there. I thought I would live there one day. I heard angels sing when I stood in the Olympic Village and gazed upon the four cylindrical pillars of BMW Headquarters in Munich.
BUT. We never see a gas station on the regular (before you get stuck on nitpicking, I mean not a gas station because the thing doesn take gas, but also primarily mean equivalent SuperCharger, as in something you HAVE to stop at in order to refill energy). Until our first roadtrip, and we own two, count them, 2 M3 LRs for a combined 12+ months (one for 8 mo, the other for an overlapped 4 mo), we had never been to a Supercharger.
So I hate to do this because I tried to use this exact argument as to how it not so much Tesla leading the charge into a BEV future, but governments, but so far (unless something had changed in the past 6 months) none of those countries have any sort of signed and ratified legislation those dates are just promises/pledges. Maybe they will happen, maybe they won It likely depend on the feasibility of actually banning ICE/PHEV vehicles at the time. I suspect those who set 2025 dates will push those back. I suspect those who set 2040 dates might be ok. That said, 20 years of more PHEV and less pure ICE is absolutely a good step and absolutely part of the solutions.
Last week the weather was nice so I tried to send the departure times to the car using the Connected app on my iPhone, and it failed. I did manage to get the climatize feature to work once, from the old i Remote app, but it also has failed every time I tried to send the departure times to the car.
Starting off this list is the first of two BMWs the best version of the Z4. Gone is the convertible and coupe option all Z4s from this generation have retractable hardtops. Despite the upped power from the 3.0L I6, the Z4 isn’t a purist driver’s car by any stretch of the imagination. The car has softer handling than some of its competitors, which makes it more of a weekend cruiser than a hardcore sports car. According to Car and Driver, the Z4 smoothly delivers its power and has a comfortable ride, but its steering and suspension don’t inspire confidence in the driver at the limit which means it fails to achieve the mission of a true sports car. However, if you are looking for a quick roadster for Sunday afternoon cruises, it’ll deliver great acceleration, a comfortable ride, and a sporty exhaust note.
I love my Britax. I decided to go for the Boulevards because the extra side impact protection was really important to me and the possibility of keeping baby rearfacing longer than Roundabout because of the extra length. I am amazed. Since I have friends who still have kids rearfacing at 3 in Blvd, I am not overly concerned. If my son outgrows it before I am ready to turn around I will research other options at that point. You cannot go wrong with any of the Birtax seats.
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They don’t get a say in Scotland using the pound but without a formal currency union Scotland using GBP would be mad. the Bank of England would control Scotland’s monetary policy and interest rates, and Scotland couldn’t do anything about that as it’s not their currency, they just use it. And as the previous post said there would be no currency union according to all the big parties in Westminster.
If you have both of these symptoms then the culprit is very likely to be a stripped gear inside the transfer case motor. The transfer case actuator motor is a small motor that is bolted on to the transfer case and can be removed and replaced (or repaired with a new internal gear).
In Australia, that would mean checking out the classifieds, buying the car, registering it at Vic Roads and turning the ignition switch. Well, that and not drag racing within the city limits. It was with these presumptions that I entered into this venture. Unfortunately, the result was half baked: A car that gathered dust for months while I floundered with the German regulations. So, in the spirit of community, I will share my hard earned license to drive in Deutschland.
On these lines, I was driving my son’s roadworthy, licenced and MOT’d but very scruffy car near my home and got pulled over by a rude aggressive arrogant wanker who strutted round and round the car trying to find fault, examined all my documents to try and find fault and eventually gave up and ‘let me off with a warning’ for nothing!
You need to have it wired into your garage (since you need a high power 240v outlet), and you need a charger to go with that outlet. Usually costs $300 $800 to run the wiring depending on how far your garage is from the electrical box (but it can get much much higher if you need to upgrade your whole electrical box/service to handle the extra power).
With regard to the charging and range situations, it not a phenomenon unique to the Bolt, it applies to all other pure EVs. Charging and range limitations are really big negatives for a large number of car owners in this country. The USA is a huge place with a petroleum based car culture going back since almost the beginning of the automobile. While I would bet long road trips are infrequent for most car owners, their place in our psyche is larger than in real life. family vacations, emergency last minute dashes across hundreds (or even thousands) of miles, college travel (prospective college visits, move in day, spring break, et al), distant special events (concerts, sports, etc) are all disproportionately enshrined in our collective conscious compared to our daily commutes. pure EVs just can fill this need yet. they will get there with time, but until then, it is unreasonable to pretend it not a significant drawback. There is really no point in trying to convince someone to buy an EV by downplaying this fact. they are great second cars, and they are great cars for people who are fed up with big oil/climate change/high gas prices, and hence willing to adjust their lifestyle as necessary. for most everyone else, hybrids and ICE vehicles are a much safer bet, and a much easier sell.
I admit that I a Mercedes fanboy and when I started off my car quest I was dead set on a W204. Test drove a few and even got to test newer CLA and C300, while I connected much more with these cars and prefer the interior of these over them all. the driver feel was still just as bad (but I expected it). Much more of a “boaty” type feel that I don mind as the drive was smooth and subtle and would have been fine with if I never test drove the ATS. I liked the CLA but knew I didn want to own one and the newer C300 was great but really out of my price range. Again, I also not a fan of what it costs to own and maintain these in the states.