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Quick Spin: Toyota RAV4 EV {Autoblog Green}

Apr 13th 2011 3:10AM RAV4 is a piece of shit, and there are several other much better options out there.

People generally love the Camry - best selling car in America. Doesn't mean it isn't an uncompetitive piece of shit.

Thanks, though.

GM moves 2013 Chevrolet Malibu production ahead four months to 'early 2012' {Autoblog}

Apr 12th 2011 1:52PM Listen, if you want to talk about uncompetitive mid-sized sedans, the eagle-beaked Toyota Camry is right there, people.

Just saying.

GM moves 2013 Chevrolet Malibu production ahead four months to 'early 2012' {Autoblog}

Apr 12th 2011 12:50PM Speaking of which, the current Impala makes a great deal on a gentley used car, but when is that 6 year old thing being replaced? 2013?

First Drive: 2012 Ferrari FF {Autoblog}

Apr 12th 2011 12:34PM Absolutely gorgeous.

Review: 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X {Autoblog}

Apr 12th 2011 11:51AM My bad, I could've swore the Wrangler started a tad under $20k.

You are correct, good sir.

Review: 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X {Autoblog}

Apr 12th 2011 3:12AM My complaint would be that the new Grand Cherokee and Explorer - both larger vehicles than this, both get 17/24 to this thing's 15/20. The engine is incredibly inefficient by today's standards (we're talking 4.6 in the last-gen Mustang's inefficient).

I hate how companies like Nissan and Ford can let the Xterra and Ranger die on the vine like this. It can't be *that* difficult to adapt a more efficient engine in the engine bay, and the economies of scale that would be helped by doing so would make it more than cost effective for them, not to mention probably sell more vehicles.

Review: 2011 Nissan Xterra Pro-4X {Autoblog}

Apr 12th 2011 3:09AM @Willie

The Wrangler also starts $6,000 less than this thing.

Report: Bugatti gets green light to build Galibier sedan {Autoblog}

Apr 10th 2011 3:14PM Sigh. Why do you talk?