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Poll results: What do you think the most overrated car is?
Voter(s): 5
Poll is closed Oct 12, 2019
(1) AUDI  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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(2) BMW  -  votes: 4 / 80%
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(3) KIA  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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(4) MITUBISHI  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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(5) ACURA  -  votes: 1 / 20%
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(6) HONDA  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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(7) TOYOTA  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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(8) HUNDAI  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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(9) FORD  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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(10) NISSAN  -  votes: 0 / 0%
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What do you think the most overrated car is?  

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AshlynFugate
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12/09/2019 5:01 pm  

Even though I own one I think mustangs are highly overrated mostly by diehard mustang fans. Yeah they look nice and drive great but they're no better than any other sports or muscle car


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AllysonParson
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13/09/2019 2:24 am  

Good news for me, BMW is the most overrated car brand.


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RileyBrandon
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24/09/2019 4:04 am  

BMW
I have one. works every time.


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johnbelley
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26/09/2019 1:50 pm  

370Z, IMO.


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Oliver
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26/09/2019 1:53 pm  
Posted by: johnbelley

370Z, IMO.

reasons? I'm just genuinely curious.


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johnbelley
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26/09/2019 1:54 pm  

I've driven quite a few of these, the visibility is ridiculous, styling (especially on the convertibles) looks choppy and unappealing, overall not something I would choose over a 350z even


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Oliver
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26/09/2019 1:55 pm  

The 370z would only get picked I if I was comparing it to a 350z. The 370 and 350z are probably my least favorite cars ever.


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Elijah
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26/09/2019 1:56 pm  

As a teenager, honda civics. Everyone that drives one at my school thinks ricing them out makes them that much better than every car that's ever existed.


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Oliver
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26/09/2019 1:57 pm  

See here's my take on 90s Civics that kids rice out. Sure they're not ever really fast, they handle alright. BUT they provide a cheap base for younger enthusiasts, that even with the hack job modifications, remain acceptably reliable. So though I rip on Honda's constantly, as a broke 20 year old, If I was looking for a cheap DD for when my DSM is inevitably being worked on I'd consider a 90s Civic.


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Elijah
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26/09/2019 1:57 pm  

An early 90s civic with $5000 into the suspension and $5000 into the engine will give a $100,000 sports car a run for its money. Mid sized turbo on a B18, LSD, bigger axles, big sway bars, poly bushings, coilovers and decent rubber. The parts are a dime a dozen and the machines are so fundamentally basic that they're a great learning/experimenting platform.


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Oliver
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26/09/2019 1:57 pm  

While I would agree that a modified car will can beat 100k sportscars for much cheaper, I disagree with the Civic platform being able to do so for $10k of bolt ons and on every performance metric. Straightline is simple. We all know it's easy to make a Civic fast. All around handling dynamics with power, even with those mods, I disagree. You would have to spend more than 5k on suspension to make the car all around great.


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Elijah
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26/09/2019 1:58 pm  

I didn't realize turbocharging an engine qualified as a bolt on these days, but you're right - my budgeting is likely off.


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26/09/2019 1:59 pm  

C-Class Mercedes or 3-Series BMW. Low-end of the high end cars that causes people's egos to shoot through the roof.


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Elijah
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26/09/2019 2:02 pm  

Audi A4 too


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Lucas
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26/09/2019 2:03 pm  

Exactly. And I get why "high-end" companies sell to the average consumer - to be able to sell to more people. But seriously. Those 3 brands have become the Louis Vuitton of cars. Used to be heralded as a luxury brand, now flooded by the mediocre, has-some-money-lying-around driver.


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Elijah
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26/09/2019 2:03 pm  

What annoys me most about those companies is the huge amount of models they have, and it's all to make money. I swear Audi would have over 50 A4s if you count all trim levels, body styles, engines, etc, and that's before you even think about options. Audi also has a zillion SUVs now, I hate that.


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Lucas
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26/09/2019 2:03 pm  

What I don't like is that some people have the option to buy the A4 S-Line. Like, just buy the S4 instead? But yeah, WAY too many options as if people needed THAT many options in their car.


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