I'd say it was a 2004 Chevy "Classic" but I didn't expect much from that, to be honest. The most disappointing drive was probably a Volkswagen CC, but only because I couldn't get comfortable in the seat and with the 2.0L Turbo it felt underwhelming (probably because I was comparing it to the GTI, which was sprightly… » 10/20/14 8:59pm Today 8:59pm

@Neutral: With just about every manufacturer throwing a Compact Crossover SUV out there and being successful with it (sorry, Mitsubishi, although your coming redesign actually looks sharp. And the PHEV will sell to greenies), I don't see how the Jeep could have failed. Even at around 50k a year it would have… » 10/20/14 12:06pm Today 12:06pm

Hydrogen serves the same masters as ICE cars - mainly producers of vehicles and producers of fuel. They also retain the usability characteristics of ICE vehicles - that is, go some distance, refuel in a few minutes and continue. Those are the main factors keeping hydrogen in the mix vs. battery-electric. Hydrogen… » 10/16/14 12:59pm Thursday 12:59pm

@Neutral: I don't think GM is going to catch a break anytime soon. Too much of the old blood is still there, they're still paying for the mistakes of the last 30 years, either in legacy costs or brand perception. There will always be Chevy/Cadillac/Buick/GMC type buyers, at least for the forseeable future, and as… » 10/16/14 10:55am Thursday 10:55am