Other than that it weighs several tonsMy brother is mulling doing the same thing with his 1993 Mark VIII once the engine goes. I think it would make a great EV conversion.
Hey, maybe all the other cars were convertibles.I hope it had a roof. :lol: Maybe you meant something else.
You probably mean a moonroof. Was it glass or a metal body panel?I guess i stand to be corrected...i meant an automotive-sunroof. Old age seems to be sipping in :mrgrn::mrgrn:
I've had vehicles with the sunroof or moonroof or whatever for over 25 years and they are pretty much worse than useless.Hey, maybe all the other cars were convertibles.
You probably mean a moonroof. Was it glass or a metal body panel?
Did you replace your Altima or are you without a car now?
I very much like the moonroof in my current Audi. It was somewhat dark glass from the factory and I had a fairly dark ceramic tint added to it. I never have to close the shade due to heat. I like the extra light in the car and I often tilt it open for some extra airflow.I've had vehicles with the sunroof or moonroof or whatever for over 25 years and they are pretty much worse than useless.
Manufacturers throw them into high option packages to jack up their profits.
Sounds like a dream...maybe you could share a photo? Well of course i respect your privacy if you wouldn't want to share but seeing it would make my heart skip faster wneddnce:I very much like the moonroof in my current Audi. It was somewhat dark glass from the factory and I had a fairly dark ceramic tint added to it. I never have to close the shade due to heat. I like the extra light in the car and I often tilt it open for some extra airflow.
Oh really? The rental car place removed the heater core and the blower motor?I hope it is a good one.
Incidentally, I have to attend a meeting in the frozen tundra of Pennsylvania. I'm not sure what car I will get, but of all the rental Altimas I've driven, none had heat.
How did you know where to drive is the GPS was confused? Or did you just randomly drive in circles for an hour to the amusement of the participants?I drove all over the PA, not sure where since the GPS was confused for an hour. There are numerous two-lane back roads and old homes, buildings, etc. Participants were not amused. The airport was on delay as well.
The car surely did not have a powered steering wheel. However, it was not too cold except the next morning which was freezing and some ices on the car and road.
Have you actually been in one? My buddy has the Model X and the ride is not crappy nor are the doors bad. I wouldn't personally buy one because it doesn't appeal to me but I can appreciate all the tech it offers and a genuine quality ride. There are fit and finish issues with his X but overall it's solid.The crappy ride and stupidly bad doors are just some of the issues with that expensive X clunker.
Buy a normal SUV and save money that will more than pay for the cost of the gas.
Or wait a few years and get an electric from the established luxury auto makers.