• john_v avatar John Posted: 10/30/2009 3:46pm PDT

    Interesting. In my brief Camaro drive, I noticed the same thing.
    Worse, Chevrolet seems to have replicated the same dreadful rear visibility in the new 2010 Equinox crossover, which is otherwise quite a nice car. Thankfully the Equinox I drove came with a backup camera, because its height and the gigantic blind spots on the rear sides made it almost impossible to see anything out the rear. See Drive Report, here:
    http://www.greencarreports.com/blog/1037186_drive-report-26-mpg-in-2010-chevrolet-equinox-four-cylinder

  • fb_120701537 avatar Jonathan Posted: 10/31/2009 2:38pm PDT

    I will echo the interesting comment that John did above. This to me though seems to be a move a lot of the specifically American cars are taking. I recently drove the 2010 Ford Taurus and Lincoln MKT...neither of which have good rear visibility. In fact, the Taurus didn't have the reverse camera and I had a heck of a time backing it into a parking sport on a rainy and dim Colorado day. Maybe visibility is overrated?

  • dagocrazy1 Posted: 11/6/2009 8:29am PST

    This article is stupid.The excitement does not wear off.This car is SICK in Every respect.It IS THE HOTEST car out right now and EVERYONE knows that.Quit trying to act like you dont like it when you just cant afford one lame.

  • dagocrazy1 Posted: 11/6/2009 8:33am PST

    ARE you serious?? Your eating fast food in your car?? your a NASTY MF. This car is meant to be driven its not a cafeteria. Take your lame ass comments and go review a 1988 escort for christs sake.