I knew I shouldn't have bought a damn Korean or American car. My
Elantra gets about 23MPG on a good day, and it turns out it's not just
mine! Also the new Ford's and Chevy's are already falling apart.
Meanwhile the regular Civics, not even the Hybrids mind you, are kicking
ass and taking names when it comes to real-world MPG!
Elmo's a moron.
eh? that article mentions toyota, vw and frod, but not honda - so i'm
having difficulty following the logic of ass kicking. unless you want
to get into the topic of epa figures being bullshit all across the
board, but i guess that would be too inconvenient.
I've owned several recent Fords - not one has had any sort of problem I'd
consider a mark of poor quality. In the last twenty years, the most
significant problem I have had with a Ford was a fuel pump failure on an
F150 when it was 14 years old. And the pump didn't completely fail, it just
had a bad check valve that made the truck hard to start (if it sat over
night, it took several seconds to start). The econd most significant problem
was a bad window motor on a 5 year old Expedition and it was covered by an
If you want to talk about rolling crap, I'll tell you what I think of my
Sister's old Civic. Yes it ran - but if was such a noisy, uncomfortable
turd, it would make you wish it wouldn't. She is driving a Toyota now.
Have you looked at all the shit-wits on Edmunds.com reviews that
bought Hyundais and are dealing with everything from rattling engines
to gas mileage thats worse than a mustang?
I'd almost rather have a crap chevy than a hyundai. Either one would
be more painful than having Rosie Odonnel bounce up and down on a sore
oh dont blame the Elmo P Shagnasty
Lost his anal virginity in the back of a honda
blame his uncle for molesting
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