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Discussion in 'Automotive' started by ADHDRacer, Mar 5, 2017.
That logo though:
I like how the Soviet cars were designed; Just to get the job done. Plus, they just look so good for some reason.
Also, their luxury cars
GAZ M13 Chaika
1999 Monte Carlo these thing can and will do 200,000 miles and have front bench seats so you can fit 6 people.
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Oh that explain everything.
The Prius Prime. Honestly, it's the best Prius out of all of them. Also, reminds me of the "NEW" Acuras of 2017 and 2018.
Honda Clarity. It looks better than the 2012 Insight by miles.
Chevy Cobalt XFE I mean the brand new Civic just get what this car can do
2016 Nissan Maxima. I like it's design, considering it looks more fitting for their future designs like the new Nissan Leaf.
I love Priuses I need a mod prius in this game please add one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hummer H2 I don't know why but I love the styling of it and looking at large SUV's today at less this one say "Hey I'm for offroading not going fast"
I would not own it but
Except being Japanese.
AMC Gremlin it was a 1970's hatchback your expectation is not going to be high but it did made hatchbacks more of a thing in America and the design of is pretty rememberable for what it is. (Update it was pretty safe for being a early 70's hatchback )
Z31 300ZX stock From what I seen a lot of JDM fans hate this car and say "Why would you buy this car it's ugly" well it was the 80's and that all I need to say.
C4 Corvette it was the 80's, your expectation should be low for anything.
1973-77 Chevy El Camino
I will never understand why people wanted the bland and stale 1970-72 model, this is one of my favorite cars from the 70's era.
1994 Chevrolet Cavalier RS.
Whenever i see one of these, i always wonder what trim it is, hidden below the patina and rust.
1982 Buick Regal.
I always preferred the stock Regal over the GNX.
Is that a fidget spinner?
OT: I like older 2 door Buicks from the 1980s like the Reatta/Rivera. I also like rare-er rebadged cars.
Wait, is that from my post?
OT: I actually quite like the Mazda CX-5. Looks good, and not bad for a small crossover.
I like the i8 too. It's the only BMW in 25 years I really like.
Any American car from 1973-1993
Sorry for bump, but this one is also something that deserved to be loved: the Mercedes Benz W116 450SEL 6.9.
Think about that. German reliabilty, although boring looks but with the 6.9 V8 it do really scare Chargers and Ferraris of it's time.
The 6.9 also has the distinction of being among the first vehicles ever produced with optional electronically controlled anti-lock brakes, first introduced by Mercedes-Benz and Bosch in 1978.
Also, dat engine capacity ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)