You know, if it wasn’t for Rental Cars, I wouldn’t know Mitsubishi was still in business....
You would have the attention of the entire Jalopnik commentariat if it were the last diesel Cruze hatchback with a manual in Pepperdust Metallic (the closest thing to brown). None, however, would be willing to have actually bought one, however.
As someone who gets ALOT of rental cars when I travel for work....
I like the Chevy Cruze. Yeah its a toaster but its a decent little appliance. Good controls, visibility, fuel mileage, radio, seats, etc etc.... Sure its not setting the world on fire, but for the price, it did exactly what it set out to do.
And I will…
I would love to have the last Celebrity....
There are sooooo many people that would be delighted to own a new Chevy Cruz but can only afford a broken down 10 year old cobalt or civic. So maybe “No wealthy car snob has ever been delighted to own a Chevy Cruz” is more accurate.
It really has nothing to do with the car. It has more to do with where the car was built and the importance of that car and car plant to the area.
Ford is considered a domestic brand in the UK and they consider the GT40 a primarily british effort, which is why Top Gear/Grand Tour remain obsessed with it.
Le Mans ‘66
Here’s a take that’s apparently hot, but shouldn’t be:
More than likely the movie was originally called Le Mans ‘66, but most Americans probably think that’s some kind of champagne, so they changed the title for us.
I’m still convinced you could get by with just two warning lights.
*ahem* steel tariffs
It must suck to do business in an environment, where the government changes policy overnight with no warning.
Driver’s side power window switch (or motor) is out on convertible again.
If you have been around cars for any length of time, and don’t have a love/hate relationship with them, I’m not sure you can really claim any Jalop heritage.
I don’t date supermodels for the same reason: in my dreams they are perfect; in real life they will disappoint, as any person will.
There’s a difference between looking human and making your company seem amateurish.
As I commented on in another thread, that was an amateurish presentation and unveil.
SSR had 400 hp and a retractable hardtop, so how is this even a question?
I just saw an SSR on the street last Wednesday while driving around Tampa. I was with a guy who loves cars, but has spent very little time in the US, so he had never heard of it and was completely puzzled by it. “This was expensive? But....its…
I hate you for making me see potential in this car. I lack sufficient motivation to make it happen, but am now convinced that it would be possible for someone to make a 2002 Thunderbird cool.