A blog (mostly) about the auto industry, by an engineer who works in it.
1. Lincoln Town Car, 90% 2. Buick Lucerne, 87% 3. Cadillac DTS, 85% 4. Cadillac CTS, 74% 5. Cadillac STS, 71% 6. Hyundai Azera, 25% 7. Chevrolet Impala, 51% 8. Buick LaCrosse, 59% 9. Lincoln MKZ, 54% 10. Toyota Avalon, 54%
1. Lincoln Town Car, 90%
2. Buick Lucerne, 87%
3. Cadillac DTS, 85%
4. Cadillac CTS, 74%
5. Cadillac STS, 71%
6. Hyundai Azera, 25%
7. Chevrolet Impala, 51%
8. Buick LaCrosse, 59%
9. Lincoln MKZ, 54%
10. Toyota Avalon, 54%
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I have a feeling that that pick-up trucks will start appearing on these geriatric vehicle lists. Trucks have become fancier and easier to drive and with the hefty price tags may still communicate "I lived a successful life." This generation is less likely to worry about peak-oil and man made global warming and is not effected by the stigma of driving a pick up truck.
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I am glad my Subaru Legacy 2.5I isn't on there....
I think as long as the branding in Lincoln or Cadillac, the seniors will keep buying.I am impressed with the new Lincoln sedan, the MKS. It looks like a great driver's car. I am approaching "senior status" and will seriously look at one of Ford's premium offerings, along with the Chrysler 300.Thanks for the list.
Oh yes, my grandpa owns a Chevy Impala for like hundred years now. He's in love with that car.
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