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1/23/20
4:29 PM
2

This is a Family website! Stop posting exotic sexyness!

1/23/20
3:31 PM
2

“But who knows what actually goes on over there.”

I do. Usually, it’s underestimating what customers will actually demand, or what the competition will bring to market - followed then by months of never-ending scrambling to prep the next MCE band-aid. 

1/23/20
2:55 PM
3

CT6...well it wasn’t exactly the CT6 at the time but it’s what became the CT6. It’s a different chassis. Read more

1/23/20
2:14 PM
90

Being a kid in the 1980s was great. No one took video of all the stupid shit we did, all the things we set on fire, all the things we blew up... 

1/23/20
2:01 PM
46

It seems like the only logical solution now is to build an entire brand new car around this engine. Not just a run of the mill “Premium Sedan.” A full blown beast that just screams “Fuck you!” to anyone who looks at it. A complete exercise in opulence and arrogance.

1/23/20
1:54 PM
44

Pontiac is rolling over in their grave because GM had to “trim the fat” after the bailout. They’d take all of chevy’s leftovers and still make cooler cars than any of the other GM arms. Read more

1/23/20
10:45 AM
114

Perhaps it’s on me for expecting better critical thinking from Jalopnik, but I cannot possibly express how disappointed I am that this is the party line this blog is taking. Toyota and others are not taking Trump’s side per se, they are advocating for a single Federal standard for safety and emissions. If you fragment Read more

1/23/20
10:40 AM
25

Mazda has been the sweet spot for me as well. Good quality, good looks, good performance, good economy, reasonable to buy, reasonable to maintain, easy to sell.

1/23/20
10:31 AM
8

Neutral: Don’t have one. If the product’s good, and the company’s relatively OK, I’ll buy it. I’ve cheerfully dropped brands because of their shitty corporate decisions, but it’s worth noting that’s because brands mean less and less as overall product quality improves and differentiation in the market becomes harder. Read more