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- 2014 Malibu 2LT, 2008 Cobalt 2LT, 2015 Cruze 2LT
I searched for 4-door hardtops in the 56 Chrysler. Can't find any good pictures of ones. Lots of convertibles. Lots of 2-door hardtops. The taillights on the 56 Chrysler were great: they exuded power in their design.
Found this that I'd never seen before of a concept car...the Plainsman by Ghia.
I don't want to hear anyone poke fun at the GM Aztek again--ever. Laughting out loud.
I suspect a lot of Walter Mitty types out there like the idea of being "bold" (as Toyota says over and over again about the Camry) while still making a safe and reliable choice.My opinion is that toyota being bold to majority of buyers is like my 2003 leSabre being bold.
For Lexus, it is about being different for the sake of being different, and brash to compete with the image of BMW.
A second improvement over my wife's 2013 Accord is the aluminum hood. It's much lighter! Not that it's so hard to lift a regular hood, but this one feels like it weighs half as much as the ones on previous Accords.My '14 Malibu's hood is aluminum. My 2003 leSabre's hood was aluminum.
Does any other midsize sedan have an aluminum hood?
Don't think Accord's got anything new there. Probably a little late to the party.
Good idea....the tires did have nitrogen in them to begin with....if that is what the green cap means. Since then they have been refilled with air several times, so not much nitro left.I can guarantee they have 78% nitrogen in them.
...but am being seduced by their shininess,...That gave me my morning laugh. That's great personificiation of car's appeal to us guys.