Shifting gears, rowing your own... rolling your own – whatever you want to call it. Some people know it's for them. A lot of them can't stop talking about it.
You ride with the H? Feels like silk, icy-warm chills on your neck, feet rolling. You won't forget your first, nothing could be so indulgent, but who am I while you aren't here with me?
What I can say is the moment you feel it, once you really wrap your head around it, you won't want it to stop. I went and tried the 7G-Tronic for a year, quite the wagon too, and now I'm back; I didn't feel the same in it. Maybe someday I'll need spreadsheets in my car, but I kind of like driving myself. I wanted my car to talk back sometimes, remind me I had to pay some attention.
So I got behind the blue stars for the first time in a while, a Subie, 4 spread, 5 on the floor, one back. It's a heritage vehicle, it's got the weight distribution, and the thing about passive AWD is it corners tight and slides around a bit. Electronic AWD is always trying to keep me from really breaking loose.
I'm lightning, I fly in this fucking thing. I'm doing 60 in under 5 and I hit these turns like a tiger, I'm tearing shit up. Two seats in the nine eleven – (UH!) The interior? Mezza mezza, but we're talking about how it feels, and you know the moment you're moving this thing's the real deal. Reminds me of the E30, honestly; there were only a few cars I felt this way about; kind of even feels like the same car, until you start paying attention. What's it saying when you're behind the wheel? I like it sharp, tight, something that looks the part and rides the line like I'm seeing around corners; I like to feel right on the road. What I'm saying is the Subie drives right, but they need to bring some fresh eyes in. I guess kaizen takes time. No one's shipping the sort of shit you really want to ride out on.