I've never seen a majestic blue 06 with a v-6 and I've lived in 3 states since I bought the car new. Am I rare?
Also this thread is lame.
I have a majestic blue near my house but I think it is a 4 cylinder. Its weird, it had the dual exaust bumper but after market mufflers, but it has no fog lights. I thought all 3.5's had fog lights, it is rare that I see the 2.5 with fog lights. His is debaged too so I dont know for sure what it is.
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Not really, it's more of a safety feature. ABS has been proven time and time again to be better overall at braking in wet and or slick conditions. That's also one of the reasons it's a required feature in all new US-market (and probably other markets) cars. Trust me on this....no one thinks you're cool or a better driver because your car doesn't have ABS. Also, no one cares.
Originally Posted by 915ALTIMA
...if it was effective they would use it in racing...
In many forms of racing, ABS is not allowed in order to reduce overall costs for teams.
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