I am surprised that the Nissan Leaf has not yet overtaken the Honda Accord in California. In my neigborhood I see a new one parked in someone's driveway about once a month. In a two mile walk there is always at least one parked within my line of sight, and another driving by on the road. As one goes out of view, another appears.Some surprises here. ...
Any 04+ sedan. Really like the last gen wrx. Has a stealthy look without the look at me spoiler. I've seen a couple 15s. Look alittle funny but still want one.What yrs? & model?
That'd be the bug eye='02-'03.Any 04+ sedan. Really like the last gen wrx. Has a stealthy look without the look at me spoiler. I've seen a couple 15s. Look alittle funny but still want one.
But honestly I've never driven a newer one. Drove an 02 (I think) wrx but it was automatic.
The map is pretty accurate from the 2 states I've lived in. Not sure why Chevy's are so popular in MN....I would have thought that in Florida the Honda Civic was king (although the Toyota Corolla would be a close second). Compact cars are king here. As a teenager it was almost a right of passage to get a civic and trick them out.
Behind the corolla and civic is the elantra then the mazda 3. CUVs are also big here.
Ford dominates the rentals. [shameful]
My brother had a Camry rental last week as well and this is exactly how he described it to me.After driving a brand-new 2015 rental Camry last week, I'm officially not impressed with Toyota. The car had no personality, it was noisy, uncomfortable and poor fit-and-finish on the interior. Yet it's the #1 selling car in the US? [???] [scratch]
If anything, makes me feel better about my observations on how a car feels to me. [8D] [thumb]My brother had a Camry rental last week as well and this is exactly how he described it to me.