Wanting fake rich buyers?
Is it just me or does the narrator sound disinterested, like he'd rather be anywhere else? He talks so matter of factly as to say "I'm just trying to get my check, what the hell am I talking about anyway"
"Of course that's just my opinion; I could be wrong."
Originally Posted by The Igneous FactionOriginally Posted by WhistlerYOW
I get what they’re trying to do, they just seem a tad pricey for what they are. The very cheapest A class right now stickers for just over $35k, and you wouldn’t want that one. If my my budget was hard capped at $40k, I think I’d get more from an Accord. If it wasn’t, the C Class starts at around $43k and is better in pretty much every way.
When the c180/c230 debuted in the us I remember most people would say it looked "cheap" that it was an "ugly hatchback"
Nowadays i think people are a bit more accepting of hatchbacks . the first gen CLA is just as cheap looking yet most people seemed to love it though the sloping CLS-esque rear probably helped
That being said, the new A Class has gotten a nicer interior (than the CLA) and the A3's interior was always closer to that of the A4 than the CLA was to the C Class.
As for the lower (failed) sales of the sub-entry Germans, that largely has to do w/ size/space - Americans want their space.
Was the major reason why the ATS failed to sell (being closer to the CLA in interior space than the C Class).
Last edited by CP1; 03-25-2020 at 11:03 PM.
Why you wouldn’t (buy an Optima SX):
Because you have your eyes on the Frigidaire Limited Edition Camry that you saw last weekend at the neighborhood Autoplex.