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Jul 26, 2013 12:35AM
The Volt, Really? I suppose the people who have them, might love them, but they must be a small number. I've seen two. Hardly makes this a car, Americans love. Lets try, Civics, Ford Focus, Kia Soul, and Charger. I see these everyewhere.
Jul 25, 2013 6:23PM
I'm not interested in the final results of this survey but I'm curious if a wide swath of Americans in all states was surveyed. If only a handful of people were called in one or two cities, the data is simply flawed or worse yet, an agenda.
Jul 25, 2013 11:01PM
Cars Americans love? Of the 23 cars shown, only one had an American license plate on it.
Jul 26, 2013 1:24AM
Stupid surveys!!!!!!!!!!!! Just like a 100 other surveys that make no sense to the working people of America. Just who did this survey? I'm taking a survey to see if everyone agrees that I am George Washington's son. I bet that I can win that one too.
Jul 26, 2013 4:12AM
MSN Autos ---- a word of advice as this seems to be a pattern with you. Stop playing with deceptive titles and describe a survey or article for what it is. Claiming a headline that these are cars that American owners "love" is manipulating the attention of your readers and deceptive at best. The survey being referenced is listed as "gratification" and/or "appeal". These do NOT equate to LOVE. Perhaps if you titled your article correctly, you might actually start a more constructive social discussion instead of people commenting on how stupid this is.
Jul 25, 2013 11:47AM
Haven't seen the Volt or Audi Allroad in my area at all. The Sonic, 500, and MKZ are sparse, at best, as are the Range Rover and Armada. I actually see more Range Rovers than Armada's.
Jul 26, 2013 1:50AM
I see various models of Jeep everywhere--and lots of old ones still going strong....hmmm.
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