The average internet automotive enthusiast doesn't buy new cars.
I think the problem here is that you can’t actually market this thing to people who don’t know about cars. There’s no wool-pulling. It’s not like the Urus (I finally have an excuse to drive a Lambo!) or some heritage-laden tweedmobile (Careful with the Jag, darling).
Lots of car names became famous to normies for… Read more
Ford and Ford customers apparently agree.
“It’s not like nobody was buying Flexes—while they weren’t the massive volume seller of something like an Explorer, they were consistent sellers at around 20,000 or so per year, a number that’s held steady up until the present.” Read more
Problem is this study was taken the last time Nissan updated their lineup, so it’s about 13 years old.
Related: I don’t mind Joe Buck, either. He is extremely okay at a job that must be harder than it appears from the comfort of my couch judging by how many other people are awful at it. But is he really the only one who can do this? We’ve got him flying from Houston for Game 2, to Minnesota for Thursday Night Football,… Read more