Originally Posted by suited
Only one of those cars has chrome wheels. Do you know what chrome is? It sure does drive like a Buick. I can do 80mph down the interstate on 35 series tires and it feels like I'm doing 25mph, this is clearly a common trait among Buicks.
You obviously have never driven a Buick, because they are easily capable of this. So is the Acura RL, which I feel is a very close competitor to the car above. Bland, safe, but come on, definitely not sporty. I have driven the Lexus, and I feel like I am going to wallow off the road as soon as I hit curves. And yes, I was referring to the first car with the chrome wheels when I mentioned chrome. I'm not blind. The other wheels are a joke. People that destroy the luxury feel of their old man luxury car by putting on big wheels, low profile tires, and a dropped suspension all while they are sliding back and forth on the un-bolstered couch seats (while holding that hideously gouache wood steering wheel) are hilarious. I don't really see the difference between doing the above to a GS or my grandmother's Toyota Avalon, as they pretty much look and drive the same.