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Sep 9, 2011 5:07PM
Hey I am and OLD FART and i like 1956 Chev to
Oct 19, 2011 7:34AM
Hmmm, i don't see Buick, Lincoln or Cadillac on there. I would like to know where and what location this author gets his BS from!
Sep 10, 2011 4:30PM
What exactly is an "older driver" ? This article shows mostly mini-van type vehicles, I'm pushing into my 50's and my next new car will likely be a Corvette or Camaro.
Sep 9, 2011 3:49PM
I am an old fart.And I'll take my lincoln and buick over the over rated JAP crap.ANYTIME.That goes for the korean garbage 2Thumbs downSmile
Oct 1, 2011 6:25PM
I am on my 2nd Lincoln Town Car.  Luxury, comfort, durability. American made.  I've loved them. We tow with ours (boat, utility trailer, jet ski).  If I do get in an accident I will have lots of airbags to protect me.  Not like those little cars that you don't stand a chance in.  I want lots of iron around me.
Sep 10, 2011 8:30PM
Agree with the Lincolns and Buicks...anything without those darned center tall and of average weight, but cannot find any new cars that are comfortable, with exception of Town Car or Grand Marq....Even new Lucerne w/o center console dash hits me in the right knee...drove neighbor's F-150 to pick up some I know why it's a top selling vehicle!!!...duh...i​t's COMFORTABLE to drive for a tall person....all my (tall) male relatives & friends drive trucks, minivans, or older GM products (Buicks, Olds, etc) & they all agree, new cars have no legroom for the tall driver.  Cannot believe Bob Lutz @ GM would let this happen over the years...he's a big guy...I have been wanting to buy new for past year, but will probably just repair the comfortable, older GM car I have....or just buy a truck even though I don't need a truck...very disappointed.  Wife has an '08 Fusion and loves it...I cannot drive it more than to the store & back...that's about as far as I can stand being uncomfortable.  Most cars around 2000 and later seem to be tailored for smaller people.
Sep 24, 2011 1:37PM
I can't believe that the only vehicles that are comfortable and affordable are foreign.  My main vehicle is a 2011 Chevrolet 3500 diesel crew cab pickup.  Single rear wheels, it's my go-anywhere I want to go vehicle.  I plow snow in the winter, pull my travel trailer in the summer.  Sure, fuel is a little more, but still get over 20 mpg empty, and have a better crash rating than ANY of the foreign tin cans.
Sep 22, 2011 11:38AM
Why show all the mini vans and suvs, what the hill do i need those for now. The kids are grown and I never take more grandkids than can fit in a back seat. I want a sporty car not a soccer mom
Sep 21, 2011 3:41AM
Just another attempt to shove Jap/Korean/German junk down American throats.  My Mom & Dad would rather crawl up Mt. Everest on ground glass than buy a Kia Soul or some other foreign trash.  They drive a 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer with 200,000+ miles on it and they love it. 
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