just because i have one
Audi BUT Audi is owned by Volkswagen so im Volkswagen fan.
S - Toyota
A - German Cars
Bout right all you need is Lamborghini in S
Reliability - Toyota and Honda
Trucks - GM and Dodge
Muscle - Dodge and Ford
Sport - Porsche and BMW
Porsche is A tier. All German cars A too
80's-00's nissan, mazda and toyota are godtier
like rx7, miata, skyline, Z, silvia, supra
current day i'd say bmw and nissan my favorites
Jaguar F-Type R is amazing
i don't like americans cars but a c1 corvette or el famoso corvette viper sounds gr8 as a sport car, too expensive for me but it could complete my daily class C one day
BMW because of the inline-6
I actually like Mercedes the most I think
I would never buy a typical sports car like Lambo or Ferrari, even if I would be some milionaire.
Disregarding the niche car brands like Ferrari, Noble, Morgan.. then Mazda. Not the biggest company, but they make good cars that are fun to drive and are really innovative with tech like their Skyactive-X engines.
Also I am loving my MX-5.
Japan are best performance wise german interior looks best
Cadillac probably, i'm not really into cars with a firm ride, i'll happily sacrifice handling for comfort
Toyota supra,tundra,hilux,lc 200 decent cars
The only car/brand i like Jaguar, Volvo, Alpine. It's the cars i like to drive with and feel comfortable + love the design of both brand .
Skyline r34, 370z and gtr are all just awsome cars
mazda nissa toyota mens)))))
Good S tier:
Ferrari, McLaren, Porsche. Aston Martin (Valkyrie)
- Well balanced supreme driving machines.
Overrated S tier:
Bugatti, Lamborghini, Koenigsegg
- Fine if you only like to go fast on a straight but are shit on a track.
Overrated A tier:
Audi - More about the looks but drives like shit. Famous for having massive understeer.
Toyota/Lexus/Nissan. Cheap to run, maintain and purchase. Reliable as all hell and depending on which car you select, very fast (GTR R35).
For daily drivers and affordable sports cars Toyota, Subaru, and Honda. For high-end performance, Porche, Mclaren, Ferrari, Lexus, and Nissan.
off-topic but are pick-up trucks uncommon in the EU?
BMW, Mercedes, Ford, GM, Porsche
In terms of style, Alfa Romeo but driveability, Mercedes (though I'm only going off of the AMGs as that's all I've driven). I've had a Nissan GT-R but it doesn't compare to the E63S at all. The 1.75 Giulietta Cloverleaf is extremely fun to bounce around in and is *currently* my daily driver with the Merc being the family car.
Twingo 1 and nothing else
Aston Martin and Bentley. My gf works for Aston Martin so I get to drive some of them sometimes. Abosolute BEASTS.
can't believe nobody has mentioned these.
you can compare Mercedes BMW and Audi to SKODA and CITROEN
I had BMW, Mercedes, VW, Ford and now I have Audi and its the best in my opinion
BMW (So Rolls Royce, Mini, too)
Mercedes benz (So Smart, too)
The best best brands I would say... Their cars look stilish and decent but still sporty and comfortable enough!
Toyota Celica/Supra :cc
Dream from childhood
lamborghini, u would know if u read my name
Alfa Romeo is good competition to A right now.
The Giulia (Quadrifoglio) is an incredible sports sedan.
If I had the money I would buy Porsche.
Got myself a new car last weekend (Suzuki Swift Sport). Amazong car for that price. Had a BMW before.
Mazda and Nissan of late 90s and early 2000s
Public bus, underground, train etc.. It's transport of future we can't go and drive 1 person per 1 car and pollute so much.
For me Honda, Mazda, Toyota, Nissan.
But I am working rn and my plan Is to buy Ford Mondeo ST220 (my first car, around 2k for a working one)