It's more just a chirp since the traction control kicks in right away. Older buses are nice to drive for the simple fact, manual selection trans. Even though it's an auto you can choose gear.
Some new ones still have this as an option but our novas and all hybrids are just P/R/D.
I'll take an old GMC bus or a fishbowl over a hybrid in any snow, any day.
What's scary at times is when you are slowing down, the brake assist is kicking in and you hit that stripe and the fronts lock up and you slide until you reach pavement. All you hear is click click click from the ABS.
08 ranger xlt 4x4. 5 speed. vista blue. 3:73 gears w/ LS. line-x'd.GreenStuff
, UG'd, coilover'd, AAL out back w/ ranchos, 265/75 Duras, toon'd by Fred, Mburp, RCI skids.
2012 Blue Flame F150 super crew with a 6.5' box, 5.0L, Fully loaded FX4 with the appearance package.
Originally Posted by 99offroadrngr
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