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A strange thing has happened over the past few decades: An entire breed of automobile has quietly gone extinct and few people seem to have noticed.
The American market has lost an important class of vehicle. Bad cars have all disappeared. I’m talking about the clunkers, lemons, and crap cans that enthusiasts talk about in sensationalized revulsion.
Now that we’re a decade and a half into the 21st century, it’s basically gotten to the point where you can’t buy a bad car. And while this is great news for consumers, it’s also kind of depressing.
Back in the dark ages when cars fell apart immediately after leaving the dealership, there was so much more to say about them; today we gripe about Bluetooth that’s slow to pair or unintuitive climate controls, and that’s about it. When bad cars were readily available, vehicle recommendations were that much more powerful and important.
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In America, you can practically count on one hand the list of awful models to truly avoid. Other than this tiny group of not-so-great models, you’re pretty much safe going with anything, which is SOOOOOO BORING!
For more on this opinion, make sure to check out the video embedded above. What do you think are the most terrible cars are available on the market today? Make sure to leave your suggestions in the comments section below.
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