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Survivors: the longest-lived cars you can still buy new
The Hindustan Ambassador was formerly one of the stars of our longest-lived cars gallery, but now - for a while at least - production has ceased. It brings to an end 57 years of continued production and with it, the end of an era.
For now, Hindustan Motors is saying that - should an investor be found - production could restart. But with low productivity and poor discipline at the Kolkata factory, the future looks grim for the icon formerly known as the Morris Oxford.
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You can't polish a poo, but you can spray paint it and fit a stereo.
I am afraid apart from the body styling and extra fripperies every car made today is an old design still in production.
Am I supposed to be impressed that a car will park itself ?. Or that it has twin-zone air con ?.
I can park a car myself, and if my passenger is too hot or cold, I can set the temperature at medium.
I want the 100 mpg, 200 mph flying car.
I want a car that has advanced as much as an aeroplane has and do not tell me it can not be done because I know it can.
If there is anyone out there who can accept we are not yet at the pinnacle of evolution and has the ability to finance such a car, please let me know.
It’s surprising how many of these cars are still in production: makes me wonder why some countries are being sold out dated cars to sell new.
Can you buy a Punto in Brazil? Or are Fiat only allowing Brazilians to buy a car that’s years past it’s sell by date over in Western Europe? Because if so I don't think that's fair.
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