Haha. These cars are nothing compared to russian Lada
These cost around 10k$ and up. (Lada Kalina and VAZ 2110)
And this one is 6500$ and up. (VAZ 2107)
They have the worst plastic I've ever touched. Squeaky, tough and cheap. Also cars are very dangerous(for passengers and other drivers).
I can vouch for the Saturn Ion being pretty terrible- I did my in-car testing in one. The idiotic center instrument thing is a pain in the ass.
The Saturn is out right disgusting! How can anyone accept that as an even reasonable interior design.
There's just something I like about the simplicity of the older ones. No twelve buttons on my steering wheel, thanks. vv
I actually kinda like the Yaris interior. It's a bit bare, but some people like that.
Besides, the cup holders in front of the vents are awesome.
Its like a Prius interior just shifted around a little bit. Pretty silly looking.
I hate when the dials are in the middle...
no matter how the rest of the interior looks
Couldn't find a head on picture but trust me it's bad. My aunt has one back in the old country and when I drove it it felt like the steering wheel could come off at any time.
how do you even see the dials in that?
I hate car steering wheels that don't have the the badge on it.
Its as if they're too ashamed of their car to put the badge on the wheel.
Five buttons and they're not.... I don't know. I might be retarded, but it just seems like a... Corrola-y thing to do.
I counted 11 individual buttons on that?
Oh, okay I see it now. Still.
I really don't like Cadillac interiors, they look clashing. As if they couldn't decide between a futuristic and/or conservative-minimalist interior. They failed at both, at least in my opinion.
Not horrible in general, but a failed effort for such an expensive car. Also it has an analog clock, my least favorite interior design trend.
Considering what they looked like on the inside in the mid 2000's, that's a fucking huge step up.
What do you guys think of the Kia Forte/Cerato 2012?
I own one and I like it.
It's pretty tacky.
Fuck you Buick. I don't understand who thought having 2.5" high gauges spread across 3 feet was a good idea. I can't even read half of the gauges without moving my head around my steering wheel.
I saw a toyota camry with an analogue clock next to the spedometer... why???