• fb_100004009301273 avatar Stephanie Posted: 9/6/2013 12:12pm PDT

    If you are embarrassed of your car and are looking to get rid of it, try donating it to www.onlinecardonation.com
    They will use that vehicle to assist the less fortunate!

  • fb_100000376924378 avatar B.f. Posted: 8/12/2013 10:57am PDT

    No self respecting man would ever be seen driving a Pontiac "Vibe". Here in California, it seems the only drivers are women (wonder why?). The car was ugly and the name was absurd.

    PT Cruiser? Really? Chevy's spinoff, the HHR I can understand. But at least give Chrysler some kudos for creativity when it comes to breaking out of the boring hatchbacks.

    Why hasn't Detroit brought out a comparable version of the Nissan Pathfinder or Toyota 4Runner? Think of the Ranger/Dakota/S-10 sized small trucks with an enclosed rear section. Currently if you want that for taking the kids (or your dogs) on vacation it's a Suburban/Tahoe/Escalade or Excursion/Expedition large vehicle.

  • fb_1114221947 avatar Carl Posted: 8/9/2013 11:41am PDT

    You forgot to mention the Nissan Juke, which I prefer to call the Puke!

  • fb_1062099260 avatar Peter Posted: 8/9/2013 11:11am PDT

    Kia Soul

  • fb_610074342 avatar Kenneth Posted: 8/8/2013 1:02pm PDT


  • fb_100000376924378 avatar B.f. Posted: 8/12/2013 11:06am PDT

    Sure, if you want to harken back to the days when Detroit was scrambling to respond to the "gas crisis". To your list you forgot that crappy "Mustang II" on the Pinto chassis. Add the AMC "Matador" as an ugly car too. Cars of that era were badly assembled by UAW workers too, making marginal designs even worse.

    But I think the article is talking more modern cars, not 30 year old designs.