Sunday, August 14, 2011

The most hated car of 2011 (andddd im bacccccck)

I have returned finally from a fun filled summer. Sadly I was on the road so much I wasn't able to update my blog which I love so dearly at all. But nothing to worry about because I am back and better than ever. Let's re-start off this blog with the most hated car of 2011. But the year is still young you might say, yeah well people are really hasty to name this one out, so without further ado here it is. 
The year has four more months left, but a chorus of boos from the nation's auto reviewers makes it evident that the clear favorite for the title of "Most Disliked 2011 Car" is ... the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet. Not since the Mercedes R-class, and, before that, the Pontiac Aztek has the overall verdict been so bruisingly negative. The CrossCabrio has been tarred for being lumpy, dumpy, shaky and sluggish.

In simple terms, the Murano CrossCabriolet is an all-wheel-drive Murano crossover in which an automatic folding fabric top replaces the metal roof, and the two rear doors have been eliminated. It has been billed as the first convertible crossover (if you exclude the Jeep Wrangler ). With its raised suspension and high deck lid, the CrossCabrio looks somewhat like an artichoke on wheels, the prototypical niche vehicle. It seats four and, available only fully-loaded, has an MSRP of $47,520.

What is your least favorite car make of all time?
Me, I hate PT Cruiser, just a very ugly car in general.