I think what I was trying to say is that I find the Cruze a more pedestrian and common car, regardless of the actual sales numbers. Common in the prestige way, not the frequency way.The difference in volume between the two is indeed big, and what's scary is how few Cruzes you see on the road... back when the Cruze was coming out I remember Chevy went crazy with marketing which clearly didn't pay off too well.
It's kinda funny because I think it's almost better to be second in sales numbers or some other way of being up and coming. Once you are at the top, it's only a matter of time before you find yourself heading back towards the bottom again. This is true of mainstream cars and luxury cars. People want the trendy cool car, but not the one that everyone already has. Humans love to be unique.Yeah I see what you mean. It has taken on that position and now pushes that even more this time around.
Quite possibly. Visibility is still something that I'd like, but I guess I am willing to sacrifice it a bit for some style as long as the camera works well as a replacement.I think automakers are discounting rear window visibility partly because rear view cameras are becoming more and more common. Honda is making them standard in all vehicles this model year.