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Chris21667

Stilling Recovering my Jeeps, with Tremor power
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2020 F350 Tremor 6.7 Blue Jean - 2012 F150 5.0 -
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2022 Bronco Outer Banks
 
Wow, I bet the paint gets even worse now Bet you guys that considered the PW are glad you got a Tremor
 
Does sound like a car company maybe a space company for trash
Stellantis? Really? Sounds like a hemorrhoid treatment.
 
It's becoming the car company nobody want to own any more. Sad!
 
It's becoming the car company nobody want to own any more. Sad!

That happened to Chrysler a long time ago, when Daimler dumped it. They realized how awful it was, left it with a few solid bits of old Daimler engineering, then kicked it to the curb. Never been the same since.
 
Talk to your doctor about stellantis. Don't take stellantis if you're allergic to financial stability and corporate longevity. Stellantis may cause an unexpected drop in owner satisfaction.
 
Yes, because Peugeot and Fiat are going to have such synergy that together they'll be able to make a product greater than they could on their own. This should be exciting! *heavy sarcasm*
 
I lived in Europe....2 biggest crap cars in the western world Fiat....Peugeot
 
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I had a 1985 Peugeot 505 sti sedan. Good looking car. Fun to drive when it ran. It wouldn’t run in the rain. Had a ground issue and when it was wet it would refuse to run. Never got it figured out. There’s a reason they didn’t last in the US.
 
Well, a pathetic dealer network didn't help. Older 404s were damn good cars. New ones are pretty nice. My friend rented a high end model and got it up to 145 on the autobahn. He has Porsches so if he said it drove nice then it drove nice.
 
Well, a pathetic dealer network didn't help. Older 404s were damn good cars. New ones are pretty nice. My friend rented a high end model and got it up to 145 on the autobahn. He has Porsches so if he said it drove nice then it drove nice.
If you can't do at least 180 KPH+, stay out of the left lane on the Autobahn in the no speed-limit zones. I've topped out at 240 KPH and still some of those cars come out of nowhere from behind and flash me to get over. It's awesome.
 
He had his speedo to mph, he was fine. I knew I would catch one of you. ;)

145 kph wouldn't be very exciting, would it?
 
He had his speedo to mph, he was fine. I knew I would catch one of you. ;)

145 kph wouldn't be very exciting, would it?
I figured you were talking MPH, because we can do 145 KPH in a Tremor, no problem (almost max speed though)
 
Step 1 in Germany for renting a mietwagen ... check the tire speed rating. Step 2 Max it out if you can!
 
Step 1 in Germany for renting a mietwagen ... check the tire speed rating. Step 2 Max it out if you can!
Only had a couple days driving over there on vacation, but what a blast. Drivers that actually know what they are doing and the high speeds are not that big of a deal in those cars.
 
Only had a couple days driving over there on vacation, but what a blast. Drivers that actually know what they are doing and the high speeds are not that big of a deal in those cars.
Glad you had your time and experience there. I always love going there. Last time for me was several 2-3 week duration visits in 2019, I miss it so much. Great people, great culture, fantastic beer, beautiful women! Edit: I was last there in January of 2020.
 
Glad you had your time and experience there. I always love going there. Last time for me was several 2-3 week duration visits in 2019, I miss it so much. Great people, great culture, fantastic beer, beautiful women!
For sure - Munich and Bavaria is my favorite. Reminded me of my Texas roots - Bavarian first, German second. :) Amazing people and experiences. Took the kids to Hofbrau and Christmas market in December 2019, but did no driving on that trip.
 
Bavaria is my favorite as well, very close second is Baden-Württemberg .. Hessen as well ... but I've pretty much visited and spent considerable time in all of the regions over the last 20 years and I just freaking love the whole country (as a visitor). Not sure I would want to be a resident and pay all of those taxes, but it's a great place to visit!
 
So.....is anyone going to buy some STLA stock?
 
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