Recently an Op-ed appeared questioning why truck owners (see: mostly Men) put truck nuts on their rides. The writer went as far to say that truck nuts are simply “awful.” Do you agree?
I think we can all agree that a Toyota Prius with truck nuts isn't right. What about on a real truck though, are you For or Against?
Seems like every few months we come across another new product intended to stop flat tires. This time it is Hungarian engineers who have perfected a product that they say will prevent flat tires AND boost fuel economy by 10 percent PLUS make those tires last 25-percent longer with less tire noise.
With a unique polymer layer, Rhinotire promises flats can largely be avoided plus you can get better MPGs and less road vibration.
Apparently for years now Chrysler has been offering a dealer incentive program to boost customer service and showroom appearance. Now after coming in dead last in J.D. Power surveys, they have decided to nix the program. Seems like a no-brainer.
Chrysler recently ended an $800,000 dealership customer service program because, well, their customer service scores still stink.
Ok, so the walls are really computer generated, but the new Ad for Toyota’s GT86 from Toyota Uk is definitely interesting/different. Specifically, it looks more like a video game than a car Ad. And that is why it is probably going to grab all sorts of attention from its target audience, the younger car buyers.
What do you think? Is it cool or a dud?
Many Americans are irate that the U.S. government, during two different adminstrations, helped bailout General Motors and Chrysler. Little do they know that Japan helped out their automakers too. That subsidy, though, is about to end.
Toyota is hoping its Prius Hybrid will help keep demand up and offset the expected losses from subsidies that are about to end.