Funny car acronym's:
Fuck why are so many of these missing a line? Are you rushing to get these out or are you just a little bit retarded?
This thread is quite revealing.
Almost every car brand is represented, with a similar theme...breaking down/needing repairs often.
So which is it? Are they all equally good? Or all equally bad? Is there any difference?
Seriously though. Every faction says the same thing
>hurr durr chevy/dodge break down a lot
>hurr ford/dodge break down a lot
>hurrrrrr chevy/ford break down a lot
It can't all be true.
If you look here you can see their original logo.
Dodge and ford is where it's at for trucks and offroading. Chevys are dog shit for offroad and towing. Breaking tie rods, cv axles, ball joints, rear ends, electrical catching fire, random vapor locking duramaxs. Garbage. Hell my old brick nose ford with a 300 line 6 can tow more than a shitty ass duramax. Don't even have to break out the 7.3 powerstroke or the 5.9 cummins
I'm not shocked at all and I'm well aware of the bad rep that American cars get. I'm just astounded that you're so autistic that you still haven't grasped what's going on ITT right now even though you've been in here a while.
>Live in a country where lots of people drive rebadged Chevies and Buicks
>They're some of the most unreliable cars available on the market
>See your post
It's Negativity Bias, autisanon. All cars break down, but people remember the times it breaks down a lot more than all the days it ran without any problems. And they get pissed when it breaks, so they make fun of the brand name by making these sarcastic acronyms.
Data, access your files on human support for sports teams. This isn't much different. People root for their car brand like it's a sports team, and their team is better than the other teams, etc. Also, people have made a big investment of money into buying their car. So they want to reassure themselves that their car is better than all the others of a similar price. Otherwise, to admit another brand is better, would fill them with remorse and regret about their purchase.
>It's not that it doesn't
>It's just that he thinks it's normal
>"That Sound? it's always sounded like that.
>"Oil is like gas, you have to fill it up every week, right?"
Here's the rundown on my 94' Jeep Cherokee Laredo that bought new and was babied --
>Oil pump stopped working
>Doesn't start when cold outside
>Loud, rough idle
>Power steering whines
>Right or life front brake locks on low speed turns
>Power windows stopped working
>Comically cheap plastic dash rattles like crazy
>Abysmal fuel mileage
>Headlights sometimes don't work
>Fog lights pop out for no reason
>Trouble shifting into gear
great in the snow tho
No car is perfect. There's a lot of stock things on cars that I don't agree with. But that's why you don't just sit there and bitch about it, you be a man and make it better. Hell even on my personal 7.3 powerstroke, it's an f250 and 6th gen ford for f250s used TTB instead of straight axle. So I swapped out the dana 50 ttb and put in a dana 60 straight axle.
Wow holy shit. Usually when I see people list cons of a car they bought it's usually just a few smaller, niggling things; but everytime I see people airing gripes about their Jeep there's usually a long list and there's usually some pretty serious shit in there. Never ever ever buying a fucking Jeep.
New oil pump, plugs and wires, who cares if it's loud, rough idle could be missfire, running rich or running lean (all are easy to fix), power steering pump may be on its way out (could try using atf in it to clean it out), brakes are either block in line or caliper problem, check the wiring on the switch, check headlight witing, find where the leak is and replace the gasket or part that leaks, staple the headliner up, enjoy your jeep that'll still do everything but better and have a coors
Literally did all of that except staple the headliner.
Like the old saying "GM cars run longer poorly longer than most cars last at all."
It's a piece a shit, but that loud, gas guzzling engine will probably keep running until the apocalypse.