ISO15693: Only cars made after 1984 were eligible?
SpaceMonkey-66: No, thank you. I don't a note on a new or nearly new car, ICE or electric (certainly not a tax credit). You want to swap me for one, then I'll talk.
mrmopar5287: Most traded in vehicle: Ford ExplorerMost purchased vehicle: Toyota CorollaCongress subsidized the purchase of Japanese cars by giving trade-in credits for American SUVs.
Realms of the Colon: I haven't dug through the list but my 1994 forest green Grand Cherokee Limited is somewhere on it. Best tank I ever got was 19 mpg going 65 on the highway (had the 5.2 liter) and once got 10.8 in the dead of winter.Traded it in for a 2009 Fit Sport and more than doubled my gas mileage and got the car for $14k new., only selling that last year still for $5k so a rather low cost of ownership overall.But man, that Cherokee started every time (I have only lived in MN or WI) and had the absolute most comfortable front seats I've ever sat in. And only had to change oil in nearly 5 years, nothing else. Unfortunately seemingly every Jeep since about 2000 is quite unreliable but apparently the mid '90s V8's were tough.
mrmopar5287: Most traded in vehicle: Ford Explorer
omg bbq: My god I remember when that was happening and dying on the inside.
sex_and_drugs_for_ian: There'd have been less of an environmental impact if those "clunkers" had been left in the fleet until they finally broke down of their own accord.It took a shiat ton of energy to replace every one of those perfectly functional machines.