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    Cyburbian GeogPlanner's avatar
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    the Yugo was my knee-jerk reaction, but after further consideration, i vote for the Ford Tempo.
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    Any car that looks like a kid's drawing--symmetrical trunk, hood, basically a rectangle. I'd also vote for the '95-'99-ish Subaru Legacy sedan, which looks a lot like an older Civic, or a Hyundai, or a Saturn, or kind of like a Taurus...if it weren't for the spoiler and Sierra Club sticker, I'd lose mine in parking lots all the time.
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    [QUOTE=biscuit]Those are the main vehicle in my city's motor pool and I can say with confidence that not only are they very generic, they are also complete pieces of crap. I've driven lawn mowers that were more reliable and had more get-up-and-go then those cars.



    I concur. Those Cavaliers are the same pieces of isht that my state agency has. I hate them. I'm a fairly tall person and I hate getting in and out of them. I just don't feel safe with them on the highway.
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    Chevy Cavalier.

    But, the old Checkers were, uh, different. Their front and rear bumpers were interchangeable.
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    I'll go for the generic cubic cars/vans... Is there any difference between them?
    On a close 2nd and 3rd place I'll put the Nissan Sentra and V16.. that's the typical cab and driver school car around here

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