As an American I am so happy to see vehicles like the Model S P85D, Charger SRT Hellcat, and CTS-V being produced by my home country. Each fantastic in its own way.
Yeah? What do you call some of the stuff posted on here then? :lmao:Allpar "journalism" can be at best, described as drunk posting.
Did you see the thread where this one guy asked another guy if he wanted to play swords...?GMI [...] Individual posts however, run the gamut...
... grammar, spelling, and cohesive thought.GMI staffer's articles are always professional and well written. Individual posts however, run the gamut. They(Allpar) seem to have no shame, or sense of.....?
Only in the used market, and long after the warranties have expired.On what planet are the SRT Charger and CTS-V cross-shopped? While I love the SRT Charger I'm thinking anyone that purchases the V-Series is going to find the Charger too low-brow and unrefined. The SRT Charger is the car the Duke boys would build if their moonshine empire went nationwide.
Hahaha sfbreh. What a classic.Did you see the thread where this one guy asked another guy if he wanted to play swords...?
On a completely unrelated note, why is there no 'This Thread Is Useless Without Video' smiley?
Who needs a warranty with Crazy Cooter?Only in the used market, and long after the warranties have expired.
DittoActual journalism is essentially DOA.
Perhaps the guy doesn't read GMI and thus is uneddymikayted regarding what lugggg-zoooo-reee really is, vs high HP cars for the hoi polloi which of course the POS Charger Hellfeline really is.
Caddy is reaching for Mercedes country, NOT Dodge country.
Hopefully Bob or Bill will sober up and grok that the German III are what Caddy is shooting for, and that Chrysler is the more appropriate division to address regarding luxostatus than Dodge is.
Or in the immortal words of someone: whatever.
That's true, but still the article should have been labeled as an op-ed piece. Then again the forum members are almost exclusively in thrall to a few posters, one of which was a former Chrysler engineer and considers himself to be God, so you can call them "loyalists" whereas most people would call them fanbois.A poorly written article from Allpar? No...
Allpar people are some of the most devout loyalists that I've ever come in contact with.