Please end this “joke” forever.
I could never figure out why so many people seem to say this about Infiniti/Nissan, but not about any other luxury marque based on non-luxury cars like Cadillac, Mercury, Lincoln, Lexus, Audi, etc. In fact, I’d argue that the infiniti was a bit more separated from Nissan than the others were from their parent brands,…
The Infiniti War had consequences.
ok Karen. Go talk to the manager about it.
Salvage yards after Karen totaled them on her 16th birthday drunk breakup over text.
A lot of them got exported to Russia, the caucus states and developed-ish countries in Africa. The ride height and Toyota drivetrain bits make them appealing to consumers who want a bit of luxury but have to deal with trash roads and trash fuel.
Neutral: What Are You Expecting From the Mid-Engine Corvette Tonight?
Catch up to Tesla? Isn't Tesla trying to catch up with Tesla right now?
This is jedi-level Volvo knowledge. I’ve seen this raw strength only once before. It didn’t scare me enough then. It does now.
“To lower our lender’s risk, we had to increase customer dissatisfaction”
Despite what Jeremy Clarkson has said, one is too many Alfa Romeos. Even for a dealership. So yep, he got himself into this fine mess.
I know of someone who bought and owned a fake Ferrari. He didn’t find out until he took it into the shop, and was told that it was a fake.
Gah, you're right! It's so hard to keep the late Saab models straight
The 9-2X was a Saaburu, the 9-3X wasn’t. It was just generic GM nothingness.
I hate to tell Ford, but most folks who buy an Outback would be as likely to switch to Ford as your average MacBook buyer would be willing to consider a Chromebook. Never gonna happen.
I’m 32, and I remember the ‘90s quite distinctly. Back then, all of my friends parents’ drove around in Explorers or Expeditions (or their Mercury/Lincoln derivatives).
None of the replicars spontaneously caught fire- a sure sign they weren't authentic.
I hope the three of them (Subaru, Ford, and Chrysler) destroy each other going after that 200,000 unit per year niche market, while Ford and Chrysler abandon more mainstream market segments like small FWD two door cars and sedans of any size.
Just taller than necessary so it drives worse and looks worse.
That’s a wagon