Posts from ‘Pontiac’

Sep
11
2005 Chrysler 300 C Touring

2005 Chrysler 300 C Touring

Fact: You can’t sell a station wagon in the United States anymore. Fact: You can dress a station wagon up like an SUV and sell that, as evidenced by the popular Subaru Outback.

Aug
30
1964 Pontiac/Acadia

1964 Acadian Beaumont

It’s very easy to forget the Canadian auto market. At first glance, the folks up north seem to buy the same cars we Americans do, at about the same rate and for about the same prices. As it turns out, that’s not entirely correct.

Aug
23
1961 Plymouth

1961 Plymouth

There are few things in the automotive world more subjective than a list of good- or bad-looking vehicles. Our recent list of 10 Great Car Grilles was met with overwhelming response–and most of the feedback included suggestions for subsequent lists.

Aug
21
1967 Pontiac Catalina

1967 Pontiac Catalina

How important is your facial expression when meeting someone for the first time?

As part of a 2014 study on the matter, researchers at the York University in England analyzed people’s first impressions of 16 social traits using 1,000 different facial images. Those images were organized into three categories: approachability, youthfulness and attractiveness, and dominance.

Aug
17
1976 Pontiac Grand Prix

1976 Pontiac Grand Prix

While many advertisers latched onto the Bicentennial hype surrounding our nation’s 200th birthday, automakers largely did not. Sure, there were several red, white, and blue-themed special-edition trim packages available (mostly as 1975 models), but otherwise the automakers were largely mum on the subject.

Aug
09
1971 Plymouth Satellite

1971 Plymouth Satellite

There’s an all-new Honda Accord coming for 2018. Among the numerous changes to the Accord lineup for ’18 is the elimination of the available V6 engine, and the addition of two available turbocharged engines.

Jul
26
1975 AMC Pacer

1975 AMC Pacer

Despite the crushing blows of unleaded gasoline, catalytic converters, and ungainly 5-mph bumpers, 1975 was not actually a boring year, automotively speaking.

Jul
07
1952 Kaiser Manhattan

1952 Kaiser Manhattan

One of the easiest shortcuts in marketing is to name a product for a well-regarded geographic location. In doing so, a company can evoke the charm/ruggedness/sophistication/opulence of said place, thus saving considerable advertising time and effort.

Jun
28
1971 Pontiac LeMans

1971 Pontiac LeMans

A few readers who checked out our Fastest Cars of 1971 post expressed some dismay—and incredulity—that all of ranked vehicles posted 0-60-mph times within just one second of each other. In fact, those cars all posted times within half a second of each other.

Jun
23
1973 Plymouth Road Runner

1973 Plymouth Road Runner

If you were even partially hip on current events in 1973, you likely recall the OPEC Oil Crisis.

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