Yes, it is Mt. Evans indeed. Highest paved road in North America - 14,280ft. Magnitudes better than Pikes Peak. I think Pikes Peak is majorly overrated. This road was so much fun.Looks like Mt. Evans to me. Fun drive. I was amazed at how cold it is up there.
That's all it has??? I knew it was slow but...damn!a 3.9L V6 putting out a piffling little 125HP and 195 torques
I love the US 500 ads. Awesome as hell. I'd have to get a Sport version though, pop and lounge seem lame.Seeing a lot of commercials for the Fiat 500 and the GF's freind asked what they cost so I ended up pulling up the website. The price is about what I expected it to be, but they call the different variations the "Pop, Sport, and lounge". Even the womens were laughing at that.
They laughed even harder when they seen the limited edition one by Gucci. They wanted to know if it came with a purse.
Seeing some of the gargantuan things some women try to pass off as purses, I'd have to say that they can't bring them everywhere, either. Quite a few women's purses won't fit in the "max carry-on size" frames at airports, for example.Clearly it is not a purse because I cannot bring it everywhere. I think they would get mad if I tried to drive a Fiat through the supermarket.
Even though that would be an awesome solution to many of my problems.
How is that even possible? They must have tried real hard to get power and torque down so low with such a big engine...There's just something outright hilarious about a 3.9L V6 putting out a piffling little 125HP and 195 torques spinning wildly near its redline and only doing 15mph and then the sigh of relief it makes after you finally let it out of 1st..