Its the sign of the apocalypse! Run for your lives...although where they hell (no pun intended) would you run during the apocalypse? Anyway back to the car... I hate to quote Fox News, but the review seemed pretty fair and balanced.Wow, somebody had the nads to expose flaws of Toyota? How rebellious! I like the flaw in the seat!
I think you hit the nail on the head. Young people are all about rebellion, not believing what their parents tell them ect, and I think it's this rebellious spirit that is going to drive them to different car companies. With the designs, quality and MPG I think GM is setting up to be that company.Lol, maybe the youth of America is tired of these imports driven by our mommies and daddies?
I totally agree with you. I'm 28 and would never consider driving a Toyota or Honda, they are boring. But then again I was raised in a GM family, primarily Pontiac. And I still love them. Why would I want to drive a Honda Accord? Its huge for one thing and its considerably boring. Toyota is the same way. The younger generations do not want these cars as our parents didn't want the Buicks and Oldsmobiles that their parents had when they were our age. Times are changing and I think GM and Ford are positioned to be on top again soon. They just need to understand who their market is geared to.They are trying to market to youth? I am seventeen and that Toyota Matrix is drop-dead FUGLY. Yo quiero el Cadillac CTS por favor! But with a budget in mind, I rather have a Malibu and NO, I am by no means biased, the old Malibu was fugly. On the subject of Toyota, I was talking to a sixteen year old friend of mine, a girl into the arts and she said she hates Lexus for they "look like any other Hyundai out there," and wants either a "Cadillac Sedan" or Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Lol, maybe the youth of America is tired of these imports driven by our mommies and daddies?