I’d be leary of buying any car built during the pandemic. The high absenteeism results in cars assembled by people unfamiliar with their jobs. Sort of Monday or Friday cars......
Add in the fact that most people aren’t driving as much right now, so the break even point is further away in time.
Can confirm. Bench seats + Drive In = heaven.
I had a 1974 Superbeetle. I always thought it was a map light and a cool little detail.
There’s already an Infiniti killer out there - it’s called Genesis.
Bought a new 2019 Alltrack S manual last October for $21,800. While the stripper model, it came with blindspot monitoring/automatic emergency braking and automatic windshield wipers. The only other things I would have liked was keyless ignition and climate control, but that would have taken another $7K for the SEL.
Outside of Telsa, sales of expensive EVs have not been all that exciting. So while Cadillac will be late to the party, the party really hasn’t started.....
Ford killed the Fusion years ago by never doing anything but minor updates while their competition kept on coming out with new designs.
Drove 42 miles a day just on the Washington DC beltway. No problem.
If aliens visited earth, that would imply that faster than light travel is possible.
If the Zoe is a car that you can lease for “free” in Germany you would think that they would have far, far greater demand than this.
My “trick” is to buy cars with light color interiors.
It’s got to be tough knowing that you peaked at 11 months old.
Never buy a car that has just been significantly designed/redesigned - wait at least for the 3rd year. No matter who makes it.
I bought a new turbo/manual/AWD wagon last year.