@CB Halfway between Lawful good/Lawful Neutral with sprinkles of chaos. My tires wear evenly, I don't need an alignment. I'm buying new tires, I should get an alignment. I hit potholes, it does no harm.
Any reason you can just go with Thule or yakima bars and mounts or did I miss that part? I'm using the old school Yakima round bars on my truck that I had laying around, just needed to buy the right "feet" for the LR4.
@MUSASHI66 I feel like in this day and age where turbo-fours are the norm, a big-displacement six is even more of a left-field, anachronistic option! To be fair, the V6 Rav4 was a bit of an enthusiast-adjacent choice since it was lightning-quick yet wrapped in a sleeper body, so that's where my train of thought came from.
Some Harleys look worse than others like electric ones.
It looks tiny compared to the regular BMWs.
@EssExTee 'if you open the hatch to load items, and it's raining, then the rear passengers won't get their heads wet' no, I'm not kidding, hatchback stigma in the executive segment was still strong back in those days
That's bold! There's a lot less poop on the actual streets 🙂
As others mentioned, it's pedestrians. They have fixed tripod versions and even backpack versions. Several years ago, FL paid Google a small fortune for people to walk thousands of miles of their beaches to add to street view. It's a pretty cool feature, especially for staring at half-naked women vacation planning.