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LOTUS

Lots Of Trouble Usually Serious (I can verify this one!!!)

MITSUBISHI

Manufactured In Taiwan Sold Under British Influence Shipped Here Incomplete

NISSAN

Need I Say Something About Nothing

PORSCHE

Proof Only Rich Snobby Children Have Everything

SUBARU

Stupid Urbanites Bumbling Around Rural Areas

TOYOTA

Totalled Only Yesterday, Officer Towed Away

VOLKSWAGEN

Very Old Lowered Kinky Sedan With A Great Engine Noise

ACURA

Always Catching Up, Rarely Ahead

AUDI

Always Under Diagnostic Inspection

CHEVROLET

Can Hear Every Valve, Rod, or Lifter Every Time

CHRYSLER

Company Has Recommended You Start Learning Engine Repair

HONDA

Had One, Never Did Again

HYUNDAI

Hold Your Usual Nitpicks, Designs Are Improved

MASERATI

Must Also Suggest Extra Rope And Towing Implements

MERCEDES

My Expensive Race Car Emits Dense Exhaust Smoke

KIA

Korean Industrial Accident

TVR

Towing Vehicle Required

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Oldsmobile: Overpriced, leisurely driven sedam made of Buick's irregular leftover equipment.

Dodge: Dies on day guarantee ends

Porsche: Proof of rich spoiled children having everything

Chevrolet: Can hear every vave rap on long extended trips . . . or . . . Cheap, hardly efficient, virtually runs on luck every time!

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Tony K. :)

 

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Didn't AUDI stand for Accelerates Unintentionally, Disaster Inevitable?

In America, we say it stands for "Accelerates Under Demonic Influence" -- reference to the "sudden unintended acceleration" PR fiasco.

BMW = Bought My Wife

Volvo = Very Odd Looking Vehicular Object

Hyundai = Hope You Understand Nothing's Drivable And Inexpensive

Toyota = Too Often Yankees Overprice This Automobile

SAAB = Sitting Almost Always Broken

FIAT = Failed Italian Automotive Technology

My wife and I were just talking about these acronyms today. She asked me if there was one for Lancia. I said I never heard of one; not enough people [in the States] know what it is. So she came up with:

Lancia = Little Automobile Nobody Can Identify Anyways

. . . . . . . or: Lonely Abandoned Neglected Cars Italians Assembled

. . . and I came up with: Look, Another Noisy Crappy Italian Automobile (said in good fun, as I really like Lancias! :cry:)

And she also likes Smart Cars, so she came up with:

Smart = Small Mercedes Appliance, Really Tiny!

. . . . . or: Smile, My Automobile Runs, Too!

. . . . . and mine was: Silly Miniscule Automoble, Really Toylike! :(

:)

Tony K. :)

 

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Esprit S2.2  #324J

1983 Turbo Esprit, Investor Edition #03

1991 Esprit SE

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Here's a rendition of the old list that floated around the internet in the mid-90s:

http://www.ee.ust.hk/~mchan/collections/humor/cars.htm

:)

Tony K. :)

 

Esprit S1s #355H & 454H

Esprit S2.2  #324J

1983 Turbo Esprit, Investor Edition #03

1991 Esprit SE

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