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Going off their highest trims, which one is better for long, cross-state road trips, and which one is better for driving in suburban areas?
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These are threaded holes, are they supposed to have bolts in them?
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Help choose off-roader

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In terms of mainly off-roading and long adventure drives, which is a better buy?
>Suzuki Jimny
>Ford Ranger Raptor
Yes, I get that they are completely different vehicles of different price class, but we’ve narrowed it down to these, although other vehicles are completely welcome. We’re in SEA btw so prices are lower than the West, Jimny - $20k, Raptor - $36k
We’ve already done a bit of research of both with pros and cons but can’t truly narrow down which one overall suits us better as we’re new to off-roading
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Ignoring everything else, look at the design language. It's smooooth. Smooth cars being fashionable in the later 2020s confirmed. The Civic Type R-esque origami bulldog is dead. Thank god we're getting clean designs again. Also I like the light bars on recent cars. They're neat.
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lads...

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how do I cope with never owning it?
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My 02 Corolla shitbox I bought for 1500 4 years ago I can now sell for around 5-8 grand
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>gas powered GT version comes with 2.0 liter 4-cylinder engine
>265hp and 360 lb-ft of torque
>0-60 in 6.5 seconds
>plug-in hybrid version has 285hp and 383 lb-ft of torque
>0-60 in 6.1 seconds
>both come with limited slip differentials
>literally the most power crossover
>under $30,000

Dodge bros, we've won
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>'ev muscle' announcement
3rd times the charm, dodge.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04aC16jXJng
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n/o/rcal WAT meet Clearlake SP

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We're gonna go do some glamping.

Where:
Safeway, 100 Calistoga Rd, Santa Rosa
When:
1:00PM FRIDAY the 19th
Whatever just give me the fucking campiste:
Kelsey Creek Campground, Kelseyville, CA

Friday:
shopping for supplies and stuff, then drive to campsite.
Set up tents, then commence step 2.
Possible evening driving if no step 2.
Saturday:
Lake???
probably resupply for more bbq
Sunday:
pack/leave
take 175>101>skaggs>1>home for bay area wankers, anyone else idunno

>why is it on a friday
because a 1 night trip is too short and too much driving
>but I cant take friday off or otherwise want to come saturday
thats fine, either come in the evening or come saturday then. post about it in the thread and maybe others will join you on saturday idk.
>i dont want to do any camping
I recommend you express this in person, there may be others who only want to do the full route and go home. You are more than welcome to hang out at the campsite till you want to leave.
>how do i camp wtf?
bring a tent, hammocks ill advised. a sleeping bag rated for summer use, 50F or lower, probably a sleeping pad or cot, and anything else you regularly need to sleep.
>how do I campsite
parking costs like $20, campsites are provided with the meet, showers are pay (tokens at gate).
you are welcome to get your own site if you wish, we have room for like 16 people (plenty)
>should I like bring anything from home
yes, bring a chair, stuff for lake (tube,floatey stuff,boat), towels, soap, bug-spray sun-screen lube, anything you can think of to share like camp tools or fire stuff
>is there power
yes* in the toilet buildings


if you are coming late or otherwise any time that isnt planned, you can email me at norcalwat@yandex.ru day of for info
otherwise drive in and look for the group of supercars.

all cars welcome, all people welcome, no fursuits, ect ect.
>can i bring my gf/dog/fish/maid/mom/son/wifes son
sure
>can i-
yes

do not let the thread die
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