Seriously? Do you get from telling my personal choice that I was "complaining"? And I still don't understand what is your fixation with my use of the word "average". I said it already, re-read what I wrote.I have nothing against the tastes of anyone, it seems that anotother person introduced this argument, not me.
More different cars are in the market, better for the different tastes of different persons.
It looks like that someone else, not me, looks like to complain about all what is out of "average" tastes, all that is out of borders of a certain (supposed) "orthodoxy".
And as old 124 Sport Spider, about 75% of sales were made in U.S.A..
In Europe we are luckier since with per car homologation we can drive more different vehicles than a U.S.A. citizen.
Indeed. You can have fun in pretty much anything if you know how to drive it. I even enjoyed taking my manual transmission Rubicon 2-door on twisty roads for similar reason: it was a hoot to feel the weight of the vehicle shifting on the curves and correcting it without touching the brakes, simply by shifting and pressing and releasing the gas. Was I going to win an race? No. But sure was a lot of fun.Honestly, if you set a Challenger SRT8 in Sport Mode -- where the stability control is calibrated to assist the car with drifting. A twisty mountain road (with no traffic obviously) -- would be a ton more fun with a Challenger....... The aftermarket does offer Challenger convertibles, too -- but they are really expensive.
Before suggesting the others what to do better to look at the mirror.Seriously? Do you get from telling my personal choice that I was "complaining"? And I still don't understand what is your fixation with my use of the word "average". I said it already, re-read what I wrote.
BTW, YES you seem to have issue with consumers who do not share your tastes. Just read what you wrote above. You are judging American consumers simply because they do not share your European "orthodoxy".
Every time I point out something about Fiat, you take it as a personal affront. Unless your name is Sergio, I suggest you relax a little.
Indeed. 124 Spider has many things to overcome from a sales perspective:You need not take things to extremes. No one said no Fiat 124 or Miata in the US market, but if you understand the US market only a small percentage will see value in that type of car. The sales reflect that. It is neither right or wrong, just a difference in preference between US and Europe.