And the response was not what the author expected.
Three Bugatti Veyrons and seven others.
XKCD, doing his thing.
He notes that the Infiniti Toothy69 and the Nissan Doody are "names to avoid" while the Porsche Zizek9000 and the Acura Pizzajazz are "potential winners".
"What model of car did, say, California buy far more often than any other state in the Union? We turned to auto analyst Tom Libby of IHS Automotive to help us crunch the numbers. First, Libby pulled data about the make and model of every car sold in the U.S., and calculated the popularity of each by percentage using registration data. Then, he did the same at the state level, and compared each state to the national average."
Measured this way, where in the U.S. is the Jaguar XK most popular? Go ahead, guess.
The more competition there is for generally awful car dealers, the better I like it.
Good. I want fewer things to "panic about".
Personally, I just need my car to run and the quieter, the better.
But, apparently, opinions vary.
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