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Does anyone know where I can find a list of the top 5 or 10 cars sold in America in 2007? I've been googling but can't find it.
why would anyone thing the Stang is a top 10 selling car in NA??Awesome, thank you!! Needin to prove to a guy that the Mustang is NOT the top selling vehicle in America lol
If truck sales get hit particularly hard, maybe one day soon we'll see Malibu at #1!!!!I hope to one day see "Chevrolet Malibu" in the number three spot.
Hahah...we had a Chevette...man I hated that car. It was gray, and during the summer, the interior would get so hot you could fry an egg on the seats. Eventually the engine gave out and my dad shipped it off to some charity...I think the busted engine block is still in the toolshed.If truck sales get hit particularly hard, maybe one day soon we'll see Malibu at #1!!!!
Hey if the crapola Chevette can be a #1 seller, I can't see why the Malibu can't one day get there!
And I've been seeing LOTS of Malibus lately. At first they were few and far between but over the past few weeks they just seem to be coming out of the woodwork. And the more I look at it, the more I like it, particularly the roofline. Anyone checked out the 'bu up close? Putz, erm, Lutz did a great job with that car's silhouette.
Now if Detroit could just lobby Washington to rescind those horrid, useless "side marker lights"....
:spit:I donno, lol I just needed to show him that is DEFINATELY wasn't the #1 seller because he was sure it sold as well or better than the F-series LMAO
HOW?????????It gives the exterior a European luxury feel.
Oh...I thought you were talking about the side lamps between the door/wheel arch.HOW?????????
European cars don't have side marker lights! Some countries (Switzerland I think) require side-mounted turn signals, but even those are mounted between the wheelarch and the front door. I don't like how those look either, but they're functional and are an added safety bonus.
Most carmakers simply integrate the side marker into the headlight or taillight assembly, but of course the Malibu's interesting (imho) rear light treatment prevents that. Some makers have managed to make the side marker integral to the car's styling (Nissan Z), but on the Malibu, they just look horribly tacked on.
You got a point with that one. My driver's side lens is so clouded and opaque I'm sure it's diminished light output.Sealed-beam was about having a good quality lighting... IMO it was pretty good. Now with the composite lamps the reflector degrades and the lens gets yellowed (especially w/plastic ones) and abraded from the road, and your light output on a 8-10+ year old car is significantly degraded. With sealed-beams you always had a new lens and reflector, and the whole assembly would be changed for ~$5. On a composite one? Easily $500+.