to jump in the conversation, my 3rd gen actually has a pretty tight turning radius too. i think its all in the driver, i hit u-turns on some pretty small streets with no problems
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X3, My wife's RX350 could make figure 8 in a place where I can only barely make a u-turn with the altima.
Originally Posted by djSER
a friend of mine installed a boost gauge on his WRX..
I was wondering if we have something like that for the SE-R..
Originally Posted by 200hpAltima
I was simply saying that flaming is a part of life and it is severely lacking in the forums that just run wild like Zebra. We have no lions to hunt the Zebra so they eat, fcuk, and multiply into an entire sections of retards with useless information.
Originally Posted by CHiP
If you consider the 65465418946516546 prices mentioned "clearly" stated, then it looks like the wannabe Lion was actually a Zebra all along.
What car did you own previously? Or maybe you must've not driven another midsize sedan before?
Sorry I don't have a funny pic to share lol.
Yea thats probably why, its only my third car. first one was a ford escort wagon and then an alero coupe. Even though theres other cars that turns sharper i dont see a problem with how "wide" the altima turns
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