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I guess I'll be the lazy person that asks: Will 7 quarts overfill it?
Yellow Premium at MSRP. I pick her up on the 28th.
makes it look like it has cheap bumper add ons
I think I saw 7.3 quarts in the manual, but I read it awhile ago.
I will be waiting for MSRP in my driving radius. I just can't contribute to dealers thinking over MSRP is normal.
The two Dealerships around me won't even take my money because they aren't very confident they can even get yellow. I'm waiting impatiently for sure.
Gahhhh I want a Nitro Yellow now!
Patiently Waiting to Get a Yellow :banghead:
The manuals on the forum say the interval is 7.2k
I just heard them mention a hard drive. Anyone have any details on that?
Add a poll to this thread. Id like to see the breakdown
I'm curious if this area is more crowded on the LE due to the wireless charging. Is the charger a "pad" that is on top, or is it sort of baked in...
In that first Supraboi video the brake lights are blinking, but not the inner turn signal portion on the rear, but on the front the yellow turn...
I can only comment on #1: It was designed that way. All of the early photos just had the red on one side.
So Mid-Grade 89 is recommended, and Unleaded 87 is the minimum. Those are the correct US Octane conversions right?
I just saw an LE at my dealer. This car is a flawless exterior design. I've seen nothing else ever like it. The photos aren't even close to...
yall need to stop
The 86 is the Celica
The Supra is the mainstream 50-60k car
The Lexus LC 500 is the 100k car
The LFA is a half mill
Did they do a great job making that car? Yes. Will it still look like every other modern camero and corvette? Yes. Is it a good value? Yes....
Launch Editions have full blk rims
Prices were just lowered today on the Model 3:
$38,990 Standard 0-60 5.3 Secs
$47,990 Long Range Dual Motor 0-60 4.4 Secs