the volvo 940 that I had did have an analogue clock and some golf mk1's have them. I don't see the problem with them at all
I can't find a suitable picture, but the Dodge Intrepid/ Chrysler Sebring and Touring have the most wretched interiors. The cup holders are right in front of the CD changer in the Sebring, and, since it's recessed under the rest of the center console, you can barely fit a standard 16oz bottle of soda in them without having to tilt it at an angle and wedge it in.
Such a bad design.
The Ford Ka had an analogue clock
I don't even have a rev counter in the Beetle and I can drive it perfectly fine. You don't need it anyway
Awesome, that's why.
My '78 Accord had an analog clock IIRC. My '80 had a digital one, but it also had a weird little light bulb display, like, made of tiny LEDs or something, for what the gear selector was in (it was the only first gen Accord I had with a three speed auto!).
I miss my '78 Accord.
For being a car from the '70s, it had some pretty decent interior, almost like a late 80s import:
My Accord had burgundy interior and the exterior was a plum color. It was a pretty little hatchback... I had to get rid of it because the guy I bought it from never brought me any paperwork on it. It makes me sad when stuff like that happens.
Ah yes, here we are, the burgundy:
Much better color than the tan.
I got ninja'd by like half a page lol.
That's what I get for posting at work.
would help if I didn't have this page open all morning without submitting my post :|
I kind of wish I was blind
looks like there is hardly any room if you have legs longer than 1 foot
It looks ok, other than the fuck ugly seats
The new one is pretty sweet looking on the inside.
Steering wheel looks like a headcrab
Is that a Neon?
The first gen neon isn't too great either.
Gauge cluster isn't really defined, everything is sort of plain and bland.
AND WHAT IS THE STEERING WHEEL EVEN DOING
bwahaha oh god that steering wheel. It's gloriously horrible
Who the FUCK thought that steering wheel looked acceptable?
What IS that?
I hate wood interiors, and that gear shift is so chunky :vomit:
Also not really a fan of the Zonda's interior
It just looks so... gaudy. I know its in like a car show or something with lights and all, but imagine it on a sunny day.
It's bland and boring, yet functional.
Mercury Sable. Can't find a better pic.
A friend of mine owns one and its falling apart. The door coverings are just peeling away and its extremely cramped in there.
You don't even need to brake with those. They're heavy enough to plow through even the heaviest of obstacles.
I actually, visually, kinda like it. It's super clean looking, but not bubbly.
I mean, it's not really bad looking, but I still hate it.
On the one I own: I hate the orange backlight of the gauges, the buttons around the volume nob like to break and fall out, the paneling on the doors likes to come off and catch on the frame of the door, the paint on the shifter is already all worn (and it's an automatic!), the steering wheel feels really high, the seats also aren't automatic so I feel like I'm going to kill myself whenever I decided to adjust my seat while I'm on the road, the drawer on the left also likes to come unhinged. The only part of the interior that isn't plastic is the steering wheel and the seats...
Pardon me, just ranting about my car.
Honestly I love hoe the sentra drove but I don't like the looks of any part of the car.
my parents could buy me a beat ass $300 Civic and I'd be happy, to be honest. I don't want a new car. I can't afford insurance/maintenance on my ancient shit already.
I actually like the interior of the sentra, I don't know about the material quality but it looks a lot nicer compared to other cars of the same class and value.
But don't complain llama, it's a perfectly respectable car and it should last you some time. If you don't like it, I'll take it :D