bobkustofawitshz
bobkustofawitshz
9/14/19
6:45 PM
25

Here is the thing....just like the free 40" TV or the Mexican vacation..... all these incentives are priced to the vehicle.

9/12/19
5:24 PM
3

To me, it’s not the vertical elements on their own.... It’s that the integration  with the rest of the body design is poor.

9/12/19
4:40 PM
17

Can’t really answer for the headlights, but I know the taillights were originally meant to invoke the tail fins on 60s-era Cadillacs.

9/12/19
4:38 PM
14

Agreed. I just don’t find their design appealing. I want to like Cadillac, but the whole “art & sciences” thing looks as bad to me now as it did years ago when they introduced it. 

9/12/19
4:17 PM
64

Rear end was designed by multiple “focus groups”, working separately. In different zip codes. Or different hemispheres, possibly. 

8/27/19
4:51 PM
1

Agreed, it’s not a bad design, it’s just that this should have been the Disco and the Defender should have been hard to distinguish from the old one, like the new G-Class.

8/20/19
3:51 PM
44

Since the manual Optima only came with the cheap plastic steering wheel, I bought the custom cover from Ebay and stitched it myself. 35$ made the car feel like 5k more

8/20/19
12:00 PM
7

I honestly wouldn’t be surprised if Trump won a second term.

8/13/19
1:11 PM
7

I’ve gotten up close with a black CT6 in the flesh. It’s a very handsome car and it’s a hell of a lot closer to the kind of car Cadillac should be making but unfortunately they seem willing to kick it to the curb. Didn’t get the chance to drive it, nor do I have any idea how they hold up in the long run but it’s a car

8/12/19
12:30 PM
14

Apparently the new urbanists strike again. These people simply hate private automobiles and will use any excuse against to discourage or even ban them. They hate parking, all parking, private lots, street parking, private parking garages, etc.  Looks like they are trying a two pronged approach here. First they will

8/12/19
11:14 AM
75

Must be the millennial in me, but it’s not often that I actually go inside a fast food place. I’m not entirely sure how it seems easier to go inside rather than use the drive thru. Granted, if the line is long occasionally I’ll actually just go inside, but it is certainly easier to sit in your car rather than park and

7/30/19
2:34 PM
8

Europe: Gas cars are too loud, make them quieter 

7/29/19
9:22 PM
7

That was $65,000 about two decades ago. That’s what people pay for a loaded pick-up truck or 3-series or base model 5-series today.

7/29/19
8:55 PM
13

Everything seems to be $100k these days. $100k used to be a big deal.

7/29/19
4:27 PM
1

Thank you. I hate this trend so much. Such a cheap and half-assed camouflage attempt... I’m sorry guys, but if I can see a goddamn glare/light reflection in the black bit that is supposed to be open space, the “illusion” (if we’re being so generous to call it that) is completely shattered. Just lock the sensor array

7/29/19
11:23 AM
261

It’s fall of 2022, and you’re taking a drive through Asheville. The mountain back roads are perfect to carve in the FR-S you just managed to pick up for a sweet deal.