TTAC Readers, Lend Us Your Feedback!

ttac readers lend us your feedback

Here at The Truth About Cars, we’d be doing our readers a disservice if they weren’t given an opportunity to chime in about, well, pretty much everything. This is another opportunity to have your voice heard.

In addition to our webpage content — news, reviews, features, rants, and more rants — we’re adding a regular segment on our YouTube page. What’s that? You don’t visit our YouTube page? Well that needs to change, and you can start by taking a look at this.

This is the first of many news videos we have planned for the channel. It’s not just straight-up news, either. The segments will incorporate commentary — Triple A choice cuts from TTAC staff and readers. We’ll be scanning your input throughout the week. (This is an opportunity for your innate cleverness to finally get the recognition it deserves!)

Narrating the segment is Michael Accardi, editor of TTAC sister site GM Inside News. He’s easily recognizable for his enviably lustrous hair, reminiscent of a young Cat Stevens. (Remember, jealousy can make a man say harsh things, so keep the comments respectful and constructive.) Still, every aspect of the segment is open to tweaks. Content, delivery, you name it. It’s a work in progress, and you’re part of that progress.

So, take a peek at this video, which focuses entirely on the goings-on at the L.A. Auto Show, and sound off in the comment section below. What would you change? What would you keep? What’s working, and what needs work?

[Image: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles]

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  • I_Like_Pie I_Like_Pie on Dec 05, 2017

    How about ditching comments. It is an idiot wasteland

    • Pete Zaitcev Pete Zaitcev on Dec 06, 2017

      The sheer irony of this should be enough to maintain the comment board for 10 years.

  • Pete Zaitcev Pete Zaitcev on Dec 07, 2017

    Aaaand, just in time: "Yesterday, Disqus CEO Matthew Prince announced his commitment to free speech. Today however Disqus announced that it was being purchased by Zeta Global, a large interactive services company." As they used to say on the Internet, LOL. ROFL even.

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  • Lou_BC This would be a good colour for anyone that would actually use their truck offroad, on gravel roads, in the winter or poor visibility situations.
  • EBFlex “getting a full charge in just about three hours or so. Not that it would’ve mattered if I couldn’t charge – I’d just run on gas.”And this folks is why PHEVs are the future and pure EVs will remain vanity products for the rich.
  • Pmirp1 Simple. Electrics are not yet prime time. In time, they may become the norm. For now, they are still the new kid on the block. A curosity. A status symbol. They are not the work horse of American life. Everyone knows that. You buy it because it is fast. It makes you feel like, you know, Prius like 10-15 years ago.Electrics have improved. Tesla is without a doubt the standard bearer. Still, long way to go before they can be your ONE vehicle. So companies charge more because these things are coooool. Not real.
  • Rich Benkwitt I’ll take that red and white 2 door and I guess the 4 banger so I can have the manual tranny just like my 1969 Bronco. I have my Wildtrak on order now waiting impatiently!