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Oct 14, 2012 1:13AM
Almost all cars todau are boring to look at. I am 69 years old and by the time I was 8, my friends and I couldn't wait for the new cars to come out. Back then you could tell the make and model of a car by looking at the car. Now you have to read it on the car to make sure.
Aug 31, 2012 1:36PM
So Japanese cars are the best because they sell the most cars? So with that logic McDonald's must have the best food in the world, and Walmart must sell only the best quality items.
Aug 30, 2012 9:58AM
What a surprise... I would've never expected the Camry, Accord, and Prius to be on this list.
If you've sensed sarcasm, you're right.
Oct 13, 2012 11:09PM
This article is only propaganda, 5 of 7 cars presented here are made in Japan, 1 in Europe and only 1 in USA. I agree that this cars are not something special if we are talking about design, but we have chance to see much worse cars in our streets every day.
Oct 14, 2012 4:44AM
Writer is a complete idiot. Most of cars listed on list are intended to be somewhat boring. Practical, functional, good gas mileage. You're not going to get a McLaren for 20K.
Subaru, Prius, Tahoe, Accord are boring ???..........................compared to what ??????
Get a clue ; then find another line of work.
Oct 14, 2012 5:56AM
i think the articles these clowns write are more boring ! just to take up space and get that paycheck...ugh
Oct 14, 2012 8:58AM
I think this was written by the same guy that wrote about the "worst vehicles of all time". He missed big time on that one too. I put little credibility in these critics.
Oct 14, 2012 8:55AM
Hmm, I find it pretty pathetic when our society has become so bored and spoiled by luxury that we have to find faults in the "style" of a vehicle. So long as the vehicle takes you from point a to point b, does it reliably and has enough space to fit your needs, who gives a crap?! Driving a car is a privilege, regardless of whether it's a box on wheels or an egg! I wish people would remember that, not only when choosing a vehicle but when DRIVING, as well. Seriously, grow up. Find something worthwhile to write about.
Oct 14, 2012 9:02AM
Actually, I liked most of the vehicles shown....But, I am far away from being a teenager looking for something that would have the appearance of cool....Being cool loses its value as you mature...I have for some time had the policy that I dont want my next car to be the most popular, or complicated, or fancy, or powerful... A car is transportation. Cost efficiency, dependability, comfort are the factors I look for. I dont need to impress, or give a false impression. There are millions of cars, the one that I drive is not going to stand out, it will be very similar to all the cars that the rest of the public drives....I will not pay extra for a factor of appearing cool.
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