I drive a Dodge Ram 1500 pick-up truck, which I respectfully and lovingly refer to as the Big Dawg. Hey Planner, what type of vehicle do you drive and what's its nickname if it has one?
The EcoSport looks very similar to the US/Canada Ford Escape and European Ford Maverick, a small four wheel drive SUV which is built on a variant of the Mondeo chassis.SkeLeton said:I hope US made Fords are better than the Brazilian Fords (no other option here, sadly)
It worries me that you know so much about Australia - Americans are meant to think Australia is a mispelling for Austria or a place of desert edge ghost towns with kangaroos jumping down the main street.Dan said:the awesome Australian-built Falcon, Fairlane or T-Series.
.... volvo's are also called bricks because the engine block is red.el Guapo said:1985 Volvo 244 named the brick. This name is derived from its aerodynamic properties.
You better believe it. I've got a map from every state (plus D.C.) that I've driven through in the past 4 years crammed into my door pockets. I think there's something about roadmaps and planning geeks... they just fit.michaelskis said:Do you have more maps than you need in your car?
Yay, another diesel! I gloat every time I cruise past a gas station. Right now, have gone about 300 miles and still have 1/2 a tank.cowley.11 said:2000 VW Jetta TDI It doesn't have a name. But every time I lock it I say the car is saying hi because of the beep it makes.
Maroon said:Red 93 Nissan Sentra 4dr
Christened "The Red Lady" on a road trip from Chicago to Charleston, SC.
Husband has a 2001 Jetta (no name), but I always preferred the modest "beep" that the Jetta made over the loud double beep that my last car made (1995 Honda del Sol -- stolen).cowley.11 said:2000 VW Jetta TDI It doesn't have a name. But every time I lock it I say the car is saying hi because of the beep it makes.