Who makes the best looking cars?
As consumers, we are all entitled to our opinions, and since this site is all about discussions, why not talk about it? Which automaker builds the best looking cars? What attracts you to these vehicles? Aggressive styling? Spoilers and air dams? Rims and LED lights? American automakers are changing the automotive landscape and are starting to attract a great deal of attention; but do they still have what it takes to compete with the likes of the new Hyundais, Acuras and Volkswagens? Let's talk about that...
FORD MAKES THE BEST LOOKING CARS. THEY ALSO MAKE THE BEST BUILT CARS IN AMERICAN. MY FAVORITE FORD CAR IS THE MUSTANG. I'VE OWNED 5 MUSTANGS AND MY NEXT NEW CAR WILL BE A MUSTANG. AS LONG AS FORD KEEPS BUILDING MUSTANGS, I WILL CONTINUE TO BUY THEM. THANKS FORD MOTOR COMPANY!
I think that the most aesthetically-appealing cars are lower to the ground and designed with smooth curves.
by lupine 6 years ago
What year did the Ford Mustang Cobra come out?
by Bellamie 4 years ago
So I have a '92 t-bird and a 2006 taurus, both fords. I actually like the t-bird better than the taurus, except for the fact that the t-bird is in need of another transmission. I lost the overdrive while merging onto the freeway during busy hour, mileage was just barely 138,000...
by Kenna McHugh 4 years ago
Which vehicle makes the best commuter car?
by Stacie L 3 years ago
How many cars have you owned in your lifetime?Most people have owned at least 5 cars when they reach 60 years and many trade them in every year. How many have you owned in your lifetime?
by Evan Hutchinson 8 years ago
For example:Alfa RomeoBMWChevroletOr you can use model names:Ford AspireChevrolet BeatFord CortinaSubaru DLFord ExplorerI'll start:Audi
by David Stillwell 6 years ago
Restoring cars is a process, will you be writing hubs about that process?
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