AMC/Renauledge
n2skylark
10/25/19
10:48 AM
2

Why not skip over fixing the roads and put the money into public transportation (at least for urban areas). That way we use the roads less and produce less emissions as well. Win-win.

10/17/19
4:10 AM
1

The only Nissan that shares a platform with Renault is the Rogue, which is a Nissan design. Also, Renault is in an alliance with Nissan - they don’t own them.

10/16/19
4:05 PM
41

Someone should also tell him that 3 of the 4 manufacturers he mentioned actually build cars in the US; and that there’s only a small market for American cars in Europe because they’re generally too big and too thirsty.

10/16/19
3:44 PM
119

The Megane is not the same as a Versa. The last-gen one was also a Renault Scala, but even all this is giving way, way too much credit. He specifically mentioned France. The only shared Nissan/Renault platform cars for sale in the US are the Rogue/Qashqai, the last Juke, maybe the Kicks? I’m sure that’s what he meant.

10/16/19
3:17 PM
12

Cadillac would be on easy street if it wasn’t for those damned Delahayes!

9/13/19
11:45 AM
4

that was because they were built in a plant they got when they bought AMC (Brampton, ON) which at the time of the purchase was building the Renault 25-based Eagle Premier.  To minimize the cost of extensive re-tooling of the plant, they kept the same longitudinal FWD layout.  

9/13/19
11:44 AM
8

Well, how brands name, market, and position their cars matters, and that’s what me and the OP were discussing. It’s sure as hell will matter to Cadaillac and how this car will do. You can like cars and discuss those things. Read more

9/13/19
11:34 AM
2

The 300M was originally supposed to be the second-gen Eagle Vision but was repurposed into the 300M when Mopar dropped the Eagle brand. Read more

9/13/19
10:21 AM
37

The main problems with unions, corporations, and governments is that they’re run by people. They may start with an ideology that is supposed to benefit the masses, but eventually it’ll get taken over by some asshat(s) who are hellbent on getting as much out of it for themselves as they can no matter the expense.