Another way is which I'm apparently becoming a decrepit old fogey: I don't find inexpensive dependability at all boring.
"Tesla received $713 million in U.S. subsidies in Q3, compared to its $312 million profit."
Makes sense to me. I bought my last car without setting foot in a dealership and I very much hope to continue that.
"How GM went from a government bailout and bankruptcy to being one of the world's best-run car companies a decade later"
Quite a story.
Toyota is doing quite well.
Great, just great. I sometimes think that if government couldn't cost shift, it would have very little to do.
Well, I don't think it's due to "collusion". But this is an entertaining 7.5 minute video nonetheless and I sure do agree with him about trying to deal with CarMax.
I'm with the olds. Not Caddy old but close enough. My wife and childrend are with the youngsters.
"This underappreciated transformation is probably the most distinct design change to come to cars over the past half-century, and for most US cars, it happened within just a few years, starting in 1986."
Discussion on Quora. The lead suggestion is that especially for older, smaller cars, people should check the rear shocks.