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    Fiat Quality

    I don't know about you guys, but I have a Twitter feed with about 100 car related accounts, some of them industry specific, but most are pictures of very cool cars.

    I get reports on recalls, failures, things like that. Yesterday Mercedes announced they are halting production of V-8 engines. No supply chain problems. It's quality related.

    But THIS one is good for a laugh.


    https://jalopnik.com/kia-is-recallin...ntent=jalopnik
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    That’s a new one!

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    Ok, now, that's too funny.
    I don't have a car, or a FIAT, yet. But, we do have a 500 as a family car. It's a 2014 FIAT 500 1.4 MultiAir 105 Pop, 6-speed AISIN AS60T Automatic, Grigio & Nero, 15" steel wheels, and a white stripe.

    105 hp - 100 lb-ft.
    No big mods, except for one, a K&N air filter.

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    There was a link on that site titled " I Bought the Most Reliable American Car Ever Built" and it was an old Plymouth with the 225 cu.in. slant six. I wouldn't argue they were tough but, I don't agree. When my brother and I first started driving we shared a 1967 Rambler American with the 232 cu.in. six. Later I got an Austin Healey Sprite and my brother kept the Rambler. He drove it for 3 or 4 years and once didn't change the oil for 40,000 miles. He later got married and sold the Ramble to his sister-in-law with 160,000 miles on it. She drove it back and forward to college that was a 100 mile round trip for four years. Then she sold it to a guy that worked at the shipyard and we would see it on the James River Bridge once in a while. It was the most reliable car that I've been around.
    Quote Originally Posted by mp4guy View Post
    I don't know about you guys, but I have a Twitter feed with about 100 car related accounts, some of them industry specific, but most are pictures of very cool cars.

    I get reports on recalls, failures, things like that. Yesterday Mercedes announced they are halting production of V-8 engines. No supply chain problems. It's quality related.

    But THIS one is good for a laugh.


    https://jalopnik.com/kia-is-recallin...ntent=jalopnik

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    Quote Originally Posted by sportfan View Post
    There was a link on that site titled " I Bought the Most Reliable American Car Ever Built" and it was an old Plymouth with the 225 cu.in. slant six. I wouldn't argue they were tough but, I don't agree. When my brother and I first started driving we shared a 1967 Rambler American with the 232 cu.in. six. Later I got an Austin Healey Sprite and my brother kept the Rambler. He drove it for 3 or 4 years and once didn't change the oil for 40,000 miles. He later got married and sold the Ramble to his sister-in-law with 160,000 miles on it. She drove it back and forward to college that was a 100 mile round trip for four years. Then she sold it to a guy that worked at the shipyard and we would see it on the James River Bridge once in a while. It was the most reliable car that I've been around.
    The Chrysler Slant Six will survive a nuclear holocaust.

    This is irrefutable.
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    Maybe Kia should buy old speedometer clusters from vintage VW bugs. You turned on the signal light, left or right. The indicator arrows, blink both ways. Like hazard lights.
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    Old Fiats had the same feature. One light for both directions.
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    I could just do this all day long. Amazing.

    https://jalopnik.com/100-000-more-hy...ntent=jalopnik
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    Quote Originally Posted by mp4guy View Post
    Old Fiats had the same feature. One light for both directions.


    Yep. Lots of cars in that era had one turn signal indicator. Seemed to work fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mp4guy View Post
    The Chrysler Slant Six will survive a nuclear holocaust.

    This is irrefutable.
    Except for the plastic distributor gear. I speak from personal experience.
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