gotten the design overhaul we've seen with the Sonata and the Elantra, bringing them visually in line with the widely praised Genesis.
I must say, I like it. It definitely does look like a cousin to the Genesis, a car whose appearance I find very appealing.
riding a wave of retro-favoring nostalgia into the driveways of a new generation of car owners looking for something fun, economical, and cute, à la the Mini Cooper.
I must say, I'm a sucker for small European automobiles, and I would buy one if I were tooling around the streets of San Francisco on a regular basis. The potholes in Honolulu, however, could swallow that thing whole.
this, however, I'm not so sure I want a Cinquecento. Nor am I sure I want giant Ford and Chrysler vehicles on the streets of Seoul.
Pearls of witticism from 'Bo the Blogger: Kushibo's Korea blog... Kushibo-e Kibun... Now with Less kimchi, more nunchi. Random thoughts and commentary (and indiscernibly opaque humor) about selected social, political, economic, and health-related issues of the day affecting "foreans," Koreans, Korea and East Asia, along with the US, especially Hawaii, Orange County and the rest of California, plus anything else that is deemed worthy of discussion. Forza Corea!
Friday, November 19, 2010
A sneak peek at the 2012 Hyundai Azera
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looks like it has good proportions..and also the same chrome accent that stems from the head lamps as the new sonata.ReplyDelete