I'd voted but didn't have time/desire to write out my feelings on MFG.'s.
I hate Dodge/Chrysler (why both are listed is confusing) the most.
I hate them because they are willing to take big risks that they know won't pan out then place everything they learn on the shelf to collect dust. Just once I'd love to see them reuse some tech in a better package.
And I hat that they haven't jumped on the MAF bandwagon yet.
I hate Chevy only because of their strong ties to DuPont. Cheapest interiors on the market, think Chevy.
I hate Ford because they won't make a 2 door car.
I hate Toyota because everything is just bland and has zero personality.
I hate Honda because they can't evolve and have lost all innovation and creativity they once had.
I hate VW because nazi.
I hate Mazda because they all look the same.
I hate Mitsubishi because of that god-awful Lancer wagon monstrosity.
I hate BMW because of the prick behind the wheel.
I hate Smart because they won't bring the diesel to the states.
I hate Mini because it isn't, and then they go and make the damn thing huge. Dumb shits.
I hate Saab because they don't try hard enough. Phenomenal engines, crap packaging.
I hate Volvo because their hatch is butt ugly from the butt.
I hate Hyundai because they make great cars that people should be buying.
I hate Kia because of that stupid Soul, that I kinda like; see BMW.
I just all around hate almost every new/er car company because of something or other. All of them compromise too much and all seem to be marketing to Gen X vs the general car buying public. 75% of people have zero use of all the fancy shit in new cars and it just confuses them further.
Don't "think outside the box".
There is no box.
Do it correct, or do it twice.