They were shit. Now they're the best cars available these days. Can make more power with less fuel and cost than their Asian and European counterparts, and also reliable. Contrary to beliefs, they can actually turn, in fact they're one of the best handling cars ever. Corvette ZR1 and Dodge Viper ACR are slower than Nissan GTR, but they managed to smoke it on Nurburgring track by 20 buses length.
Ford Fusion > Camry
Chevy Volt > prius
Ford Focus > VW Golf

American cars are bigger, faster, more powerful, cooler, cheaper, less fuel drinker, and less rice than euro and azn cars.

Ford Focus and Ford Fiesta are one of the best selling cars in Europe.

Did you know that the newest Mustang Shelby GT500 makes 662 hp while still getting 24 mpg? Grab this car for less than 60 thousand bucks.
by henrystraight September 12, 2012
Any car that is long-lasting,bulky and inefficient (if SUVs or trucks),only the cars (which are more efficient and more popular) are fine with me. I want a Car not an SUV or truck. Such a damn shame they didn't continue the Taurus or Escort at Ford or the Chevy Malibu. That would have saved their balls.
See Pontiac,Mazda,Buick,Ford or Cadillac.
American cars include: Ford Fusion, Ford Crown Victoria, Cadillac, Ford Focus, Chevy Cobalt, Pontiac, Buick, Mazda, Ford Taurus
by Simon Erdile September 17, 2006
The very best cars that have ever rolled across the Earth's paved surfaces. They're fast, powerful, tough, and can take an incredible beating, and on top of that, they're usually as reliable as any Japanese ricer. People often claim Japanese cars are better, but that's only because the only way they can reach the power of an American car is by turning them into piece of shit ricers.
Yesterday, my friend Bobby tried to overtake me on his Volkswagen Jetta twice. But he failed. His piece of shit European car was no match for my Pontiac Sunfire. My car is a true American Car.
by Da_Nuke April 21, 2007

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