huge thick body panels
cup holders everywhere
cheep nasty plastic
big lazy engines
wallowing boat like suspension
I cant speak for euro cars as i've never seen one
>Often overpowered, unrefined and brutish or comfy and boaty
>Hit-or-miss reliability (especially depending on era)
>Spacious, often needlessly large
>Mediocre, utilitarian materials and build quality except in high-end models
>Conservative design and engineering
>Often underpowered, but with more refined handling
>Driver-centric comfort and ergonomics
>Often absurdly over-engineered and needlessly complex
>Passably reliable with meticulous maintenance, but decreasing rapidly with age
>Premium interior materials, at the expense of durability (especially long term)
>Precise manufacturing (When assembly isn't outsourced to the 3rd word)
>Most conservative/bland design and engineering
>Most utilitarian designs, sometimes at the expense of style and driver enjoyment
>Highest manufacturing quality/reliability, though not always tolerant of abuse/neglect
>Adequately-powered to grossly underpowered, depending on market
>Comfy, muted handling, good but not sporty
>Low trim interiors are similar to American cars, high trims ape European interiors
I don't understand this meme. Do you cucks just hold your water/coffee/vodka? The only way that works is if you're driving automatic which is a pretty shitty compromise for a couple of molded features on a console, or better yet, hidden in the radio stack until needed.
squared off front ends, such as what you see on every single land yacht from about the late 60s to early 90s before American cars turned into strange bubbly looking things. Engines are typically large and lazy (find me a full sized American car with a sub 3 litre NA engine), often larger than they need to be.
Extremely compact and efficient in the way they use space. Either look gay as fuck or absolutely sinister.
Wild lines and strange bulges. Similar use of space to European cars.
Somewhere between European and American cars