The decade started out fine, but turned dark and desolate very quickly
The 1970s was a tough decade for cars. It started out like gangbusters with the introduction of the Dodge Challenger and Datsun 240Z -- both solid performers. Then the oil crisis hit in 1973, and the automotive landscape turned bleak mighty fast. Fuel economy became more important than performance nearly overnight, leading to smaller vehicles that were shells of their former selves, such as the Ford Mustang II, or were barebones econoboxes, such as the AMC Pacer. But not all were bad.
Click through to follow our tour of the good, the bad and the ugly cars of the 1970s.
The 4 Series is new nomenclature for the BMW 3 Series coupe and convertible. Even with all of the optional enthusiast goodies, we find the 435i tends m... More The 4 Series is new nomenclature for the BMW 3 Series coupe and convertible. Even with all of the optional enthusiast goodies, we find the 435i tends more towards mature enjoyment than out-and-out excitement.
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