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Zero to 60 is not really where most people need acceleration. It's more like 40-60. Somesaid the Prius is not a slow car. It might have slow drivers, but the car will go if you stomp on it.
cars can really dig out at the zero end but it's that ability to speed up to merge
that can disappoint.
If you need speed, the McLaren 360S I posted does 0-60 in 3 seconds.
Should be able to fit into any opening on a busy expressway merge. :grin
That's good to see. I test drove the Regal and it was too tight for me. I'm not theConsumer Reports' best of the best vehicles (usatoday.com)
Sports sedan: Buick Regal, booting the BMW 328i that won the past two years
Large car: Chevrolet Impala. New category this year.
target demographic, by far. There are lots of them around my area
owned and driven by folks as replacements for larger GM vehicles,
I'm sure. I.e., they go in to look at Buicks, see the Lacrosse, and decide on
Glad to see the Impala on the list. I think it deserves it.
This is the GM Fans forum. You're looking for the "I hate GM forums." LOLNow if they can just finally fix Stabilitrak so buyers make a repeat purchase after owning one.
My first check would be the battery. I'd consider replacing it especially if it's a few years old.
I have a 2006 Grand Prix GT that will suddenly stall out. Starts out with a traction control and abs light then shuts off nearly immediately after with a electronic throttle control light. Please help me. No sensor codes for this dangerous problem
The aging battery may be dropping voltage and that low voltage causes odd reactions from various computers in the car. Then check connections at the battery and the ground cable on both ends. And try wiggling the posts on the battery with the engine running to see if there's a broken post.
Walmart's workers in this area are typically "non-caring" about the customer. The closest store has had several managers comment about their worker problem when my wife confronts them about things that happen in the store. They keep making mistakes in the ones they choose to employ.Companies who marginalize their workers these days may have a bigger threat to worry about than unions. Imagine if all those Walmart workers talked on the internet (and they do). And imagine is someone tweeted about a flash mob nationwide to do a sickout over pay.
Just who would Walmart negotiate with to get their workers (any sympathetic customers) back as they bleed green ink?
Last night I watched two workers at the third closest Walmart in our area spend 10-15 minutes talking in a rear aisle in front of TVs before both heading on out. I was looking for DVD players and looking at phones. Did either make eye contact to ask if they could help me? No. Lost productivity time.