Discussion in 'Motors' started by lordrobs, 10 Jun 2021.
Grrr, this one annoys me too.
You could probably pull a truck with many cars, the V10 has actually pulled a Boeing 747. Far more impressive!
Not really a car terminology but I hate bikers that call a car driver as CAGER and that is coming from a biker.
Albeit some assistance from the lorry but this was loaded lorrys uphill through snow which they were unable to do themselves due to the conditions.
Trains don’t pull - locomotives do. Mind you, if you said it pulled like a locomotive I’d be impressed…
Although it’s only 6000 horsepower. There are modern electrics putting out 3 times that…
Tornado looks quite good for a steam engine!
"LED indicators" on BMW specs
"ICE" used to be In Car Entertainment but some people now call proper engines ICE
What's wrong with this?
old fashioned incadesant bulbs or LED, they'll still not be used
Shame they perfectly describe which type of lamp unit fitted to the car…
Agree with most of the stuff posted. Biggest ones for me are:
AMG line, m lite, mXXXi etc
Interesting that almost all the ones you’ve picked out are all legitimate trim levels and not actually motoring related terms that have been made up/abused by the general population.
“M Lite” is the only one worth complaining about as it’s the only one that doesn’t officially exist.
Everyone listing trim levels doesn’t really understand the thread I don’t think.
I think they're perfectly legitimate gripes, given the original post was about Seat's official marketing terminology of 'coast to coast' lights.
When people "pull the trigger" on a car.
Just say "buy".
"Priced to sell"
"The car starts and drives smooth"
"Pulls very well in all gears"
Are favourite's of the local 'traders' round here.
Better than being priced not to sell! .
Maybe they have to moonlight as an assassin to finance the car?
One lady owner
After seeing how my sister treats her cars, no thanks.
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