Infiniti Blows Off LA Auto Show for China
The New York Times has an update on Infiniti’s Essence concept car. Since the sexy little thing’s March coming out party in Geneva, Essence has…
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  • El scotto Why don't some of you push for your data disclosure to have three choices: 1. None, 2. Some, 3. All. Make it that short, upfront, and required.
  • Dartman Lot of laws I don’t like, didn’t like and I’m sure that there will be more. I do believe in the American Way, rule of law, truth and Justice for all. I vote, donate, and volunteer. I try to obey the law, rules and regs etc., don’t always succeed, and when caught in a transgession I willingly accept the consequences. “Ignorance of the law is no excuse”
  • FreedMike I dunno, what's the data and what's the payoff? I mean, if Apple Music wants to give me 50% off so they can tell their "partners" how many times a day I listen to Chappell Roan, I'm Hot 2 Go for that. I'll just send all the emails the "partners" send me to spam. Driving habits? Pardon me while I laugh myself into an asthma attack.
  • FreedMike Cool. Keep 'em coming.
  • Jalop1991 Proof that people are stupid. "Hey, here's a $7500 point of sale discount! EVERYONE gets it! See? So the number we show you on the sale order is $7500 less than it would have been otherwise!" but we all know that $7500 was already added onto the price up front to start with.Because people are stupid.I hear plenty of people talk about "I wouldn't pay MSRP for a car under any circumstances. I have to have a discount." Ummmm....OK. Here's the new MSRP. Here's your discount. "That's better!" The same guy would turn down a brand new Corolla for $3000 if that were the MSRP.We all know these cars are overpriced at least $7500. This whole thing is a handout to the auto companies, using morons as the intermediaries.