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For over a century now, carmakers have been bullshitting us with bogus slogans and marketing nonsense. Just as they did last year, Jalopnik readers came up with ten honest car slogans to set things straight.


10.) Subaru

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Blown Head Gasket. It's What Makes A Subaru A Subaru.

Suggested By: Steve Kuhn


9.) Mitsubishi

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We Still Exist.

Suggested By: Spacegrass


8.) Vector

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I Can't Feel My Face!

Suggested By: Dirka


7.) SRT

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What's Fuel Economy?

Suggested By: Corey CC97, aka Silent Bob


6.) Porsche

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More options than a white kid growing up in Connecticut.

Suggested By: macanamera


5.) Dodge

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Something Something Something Detroit.

Suggested By: Dean Beyer


4.) Lincoln

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Give Us Another Chance, Baby! We'll Change, We Promise!

Suggested By: Bryan M


3.) Kia

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Seriously, We Are Not As Shitty As You Remember

Suggested By: DatsunOfABit


2.) SAAB

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Born From Debts.

Suggested By: Kate's Dirty Sister


1.) GM

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Total Recall.

Suggested By: 1973Porsche, Photo Credit: 1973Porsche

Welcome back to Answers of the Day - our daily Jalopnik feature where we take the best ten responses from the previous day's Question of the Day and shine it up to show off. It's by you and for you, the Jalopnik readers. Enjoy!

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