One surprise for me: Lexus was 28th lowest out of 30.
Maybe this happens at Jiffy Lube only once in a several hundred million times, but . . . it's not good.
I'd heard--but probably wouldn't have been able to define--about half of these.
Good question. Mr. Lutz also opines on Alfa Romeo's future in the U.S.
The last time I bought a car I noticed that, at least for the models I was interested in, the number of car colors seemed to be less than I remembered from years ago.
The economy must be great for some people.
"'I’d be bored just owning a regular car,' says Michael Fux, 72, who has six custom-colored Rolls-Royces.
More on the car-customization requirements of wealthy individuals here: "These guys drop thousands on custom cars for ultimate ego boost".
I hadn't heard the one about used cars.
Nah, I'm holding out for an '81 DeLorean.
Apparently they do.