It's funny, I disagree pretty much completely. But then, we just a bought a Palisade that I think looks reasonably good, and I know that's a polarizing design too.
Do you consider the ads “content blocks”? Can you rearrange them the hell off the page?
Those interior images are not renders. They may be retouched to make the colors pop and the background look interesting, but I sat in the exact car that they used for the photos.
Holy hell, that’s out of control lately. I swear some people make that decision based purely on the paint color.
And the played out “looks like an Accord/Camry/Fusion/Altima” with the side profile shot just because it has a trunk and 4 doors.
I think this looks great, but I’m just here waiting for all the comments about how this car is hideous.
Hey, this is America. We can be stupid in LOTS of different ways at the same time!
Couldn’t this also be an indictment on the stupid cost of medicine in the US? I mean the people that went to Sturgis deserve every bit of illness and vitriol they have coming, but $46,000 per case? The whole thing is stupid, from beginning to end.
The fact the Miata/BRZ/etc crowd demolishes more expensive muscle cars these people keep bringing to autocross events never stops being satisfying. Guy around here has a GT86 that’s in the dealer-only options class, annihilated some guy in a Shelby Mustang and his friend in a C7 that thought they came for easy… Read more
Race, and racism - explicit and hidden - is a part of everything. Including automotive culture. If you can’t see that, or don’t want to believe that, you’re a part of the problem
Wait until you see what you can do in a rental Altima.
Here come all the “never buy new, only buy used’ comments. It is like people think buying a new car is worse than killing your own children with your bare hands. Cheap new cars can be better than expensive used cars for SOME people.
I have trypophobia but for some reason this isn’t triggering it. It’s usually anything regarding tiny holes in skin ewww
If only all of our lives could be as uninteresting as yours.
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