ITT: objectively bad cars that you still want
>>20945731The only objectively bad car is the one that can't get you from point A to point B
>>20945731Stop posting the same thread every week newfag.
>>20945735So a broken shitsubishi?
>>20945737Would be a 10/10 with a 5 speed
I used to see saturns all the time I guess they all got clunker'd in the states
W-body 2006-9 Impala SS. those cars eat their trannies but man are they cool as fuck. saw a couple in my neighborhood. hearing the sound of a deep intimidating V8 sound come out of such a generic commuter is amazing.
Objectively a piece of shit on track.
>>20945797doubt it, no way those things were under the 18mpg threshold
>>20945731Integra, Prelude, 3000GT, Diablo, I have shit 90s taste from Fast and the Furious I guess...
>>20945763So every shitsubishi?
>>20945737beat me to it
>>20945737>torquey na flat six>comfy 4 speed for crusing>goat tier windows and looks>comfy af interior>AWD>as much power as anyone could needfuck i have no idea why these never did as well as the supras z's and rx7's of its gen, i guess to many people taking stats at face value. The SVX is a much better car .
>>20945962Because it's a slow ass POS with a slushbox and 20% of the potential of a dorito or 2j.
>>20945995Nope, 34 yo boomerNice argument tasteless faggot.
people like this >>20945979>>20946018 wouldn't be able to afford an SVX let alone maintain one. Just let him enjoy his fast and furious
>>20946041?They're like $6k, are you literal zoomers accusing boomers it being zoomers or something? They're just interesting anomalies, I remember seeing them fairly often in the late 90s early 2000s.*Crack*Now syclones and typhoons, those were legit cool early 90s oddballs that nobody ever talks about. True sleepers and quite uncommon, even back then.*Sip*
>>20946069the best part is we are starting to see JDM imported Alcyone's coming in with low miles and extra features like the rear wheel steering models for like $10k or less.
>>20945731They're so cheap too.
>>20946241But that's objectively good
>>20945936I own an R version of this car. It's actually an objectively good car and does not belong in this thread.
>>20945731Pontiac Grand Prix GXP
>>20946018>34 year old boomer>spends his free time calling people faggots on 4chanBig yikes
>>20945731>>20945737>>20945887>>20946241>sips>yep,,, those japanese cars just dont hold up>REAL american muscle is the way to go boys B)
>>20946484used to have an '02 grand prix, its only redeeming quality was the engine
>>20945764The 4EAT is pretty good>Can choose between haldex style clutch system or roleplaying as a rally driver with the VTD diff off a VDC car, Forester XT or WRX>Indestructable>Can do 50:50 locking with a switch>Shift into 3 for magic>Stupid high towing capacity for what it is
>>20947163Oh also since the SVX has a generation 1, you can add a switch for POWER MODE
>>20945962maybe they didn't do so well because there was a great option for NA flat six cars that were great for cruising/hooning
>>20947163>4EAT>indestructibleMaybe behind an EJ22 or lesser, but not in the 2.5 legacys I play with and definitely not in an SVX behind the 3.3. Half the junker SVXs you see collecting dust in people's yards or on Craigslist for parts have demolished transmissions.
>>20945737Have you ever considered an Outback 3.0? Huge aftermarket since it's on the Legacy platform and it's a joy on bad roads
>>20947205Wasn't the problem with the SVX some filter that was unique to it getting clogged? I mostly know about later model 4EATs and I've only ever heard good things about them. The most common failure I hear about is the transfer case solenoid going out.
>>20945962because they aren't fast and have basically no tuning potential.if you weren't a complete retard you would see this immediately
>>20947230>not fastcompletly irrevlevent and they have m ore than enough torque to compensate>>20947230>no tuning potentialI...wow i thought F&F kids grew up by now. this is not an argument and never has been
>>20945962They are slow in a straight line, but they are also fat and handle like shit around corners. Can't add more power without replacing the shitty transmission. Unreliable. My co-worker bought one and fixed it up. He thinks it will be worth tons of money some day. I rode in it and screamed
>>20945797They're all dead because they were universally owned by the kind of people who thought car maintenance was one oil change every 25k.
>>20947256 "More than enough torque" For what? Not for fun, unless your one of those "slow car fast" memers. If you can't tune it and go fast, then why would you buy an old unreliable japanese car? For comfort?
With how quick their prices are dropping I might get one in the coming years
>>20947306Aren't these genuinely good though?
>>20947292"Each Lada 2107 should come standard with a loaded gun to the driver's head to deploy in an accident to prevent suffering" - Russian safety engineers
Don't try to convice people that the SVX is good yet. I still haven't bought one.