1994 Nissan Sunny XLS 1.6 twin-cam from Iceland
A basic car, nothing exciting
The rear shocks were replaced.
The driver's seat was crooked and half loose.
A very basic car.
It was silver, had gray plastic interior, the seats were gray, everything was gray, and the car even smelled gray.
The sort of car a Soviet tax collector would drive. This thing was just a dreary, cloudy Tuesday made into a car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 2nd February, 2012
Just my humble, subjective opinion here. Cars such as this may be reliable, practical, use barely any gas, and even (sometimes) last for a very long time.. but because of their complete lack of character and the apparent inability of their designers to give them a hint of style or personality, I wouldn't want one even if you paid me for it.
Even though most people view cars as that simple 'going from A to B', mere-transportation-and-nothing-more thing, I would equate sitting in a gray, bland interior every day, like having to work in a little concrete walled cubicle, as opposed to the plush, comfy, wood paneled office my 1977 Triumph 2000 sedates me with each morning.
Such little things make quite a difference, or am I just being too much of a subjective wa*ker?