There have been a lot of questions regarding "Are XYZ questions on-topic for this site?"
When this beta first started, the sub-domain was "garage" and now it's "mechanics." A bicycle mechanic stumbling on to the site through Google might see the "mechanics" word in the URL and start asking questions about bicycles, only to be downvoted into oblivion because this site doesn't target bicycles as they do not have a motor, but they could technically be described as a vehicle.
A post about boat trailers presents the same issue. My boat trailer has wheels and an axle and I can hook it up to a vehicle, but it's not a motor vehicle in itself. So is such a question valid? It could be, depending on the topic (electrical, towing capability, etc.).
Taking that into account, in my opinion, the title of the site and the subdomain clash a bit. The more questions that get asked like the examples above, the more the knowledge-base we're contributing to becomes polluted and confusing. If the questions and content on the site are going to stem out into vehicle peripherals or other mechanically-involved activities, perhaps the title of the site should be broadened.
Does anybody else feel the same way?
TL;DR: I don't like the title of the site compared to the sub-domain name and the content its housing.
EDIT: Would the downvoter(s) care to explain why they downvoted?