I think it's more with the American offerings, which are grossly overpriced for what is essentially a 20+ year old ex-military vehicle with some extra chrome, leather, and gadgets. You can't get the lower end versions of the vehicle here, so they start at over 100 grand. » 11/23/14 7:05pm Yesterday 7:05pm

Mitsubishi has an interesting global lineup, especially with SUVs and Crossovers. With those being popular markets in the US, can we expect any of those products to transition to the US in later generations? I would personally like to see a return of the Montero or a similar, capable SUV/crossover. » 11/20/14 6:27pm Thursday 6:27pm

Wasn't Buick doing worse in the US than Pontiac? I could have sworn the only reason Buick was initially kept alive is because of its strong sales in China.

Either way I'd like to see Volvo do better here. I think they're a bit of an under-appreciated brand here, even though I wish they'd stop shitting on their past in… » 11/19/14 10:15am Wednesday 10:15am

I think the first gen has for it's age and cultural significance, and the second gen for its performance, but the 3rd gen probably hasn't yet for both reasons. It's too new and too soft (compared to it's predecessors, though I hear it's got fantastic handling even compared to the earlier ones) to have attained any… » 11/16/14 6:10pm 11/16/14 6:10pm

Fenders and door panels and maybe some other little bits. I have a plastic-(not-so)fantastic Saturn. There are some benefits, but not as many as you'd think. noise insulation and rigidity is kinda "meh". They're also a bitch to repair and usually need replaced. I just had to pay about $300 to get a back door shell… » 11/14/14 2:08pm 11/14/14 2:08pm