What is the sound of one piston slapping?
What is the sound of one piston slapping?

Wobbles the Mind did this earlier, so I might as well give it a try myself.

10 - TVR

If Porsche had a bigger imagination, a smaller budget and tried to kill you more.

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9 - Peugeot

Used to be the king of rallies, though until recently they were flatlining.

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I8 - Subaru

Also used to be king of rallies, except they’re doing a bit better right now.

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7 - Volvo

Bricks with attitude. Subtle cars that manage to both safe and classy.

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6 - Jaguar

“I drive a Jaaag” sounds forever cool. As do V8s and V12s, ignore that repair bill.

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5 - Alfa Romeo

Had their ups and downs, but you can’t say no to an Alfa.

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4 - Saab

One of the few brands that always innovated, even if it didn’t go their way.

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3 - Lancia

All that is good and bad about Alfa Romeo multiplied by a million. Also rallies.

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2 - BMW

Losing identity now, but they still make the ultimate driving machine.

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Now for some honourable mentions:

Porsche, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Mercedes Benz, Maserati, Land Rover, Suzuki, DeTomaso, Citroën, Matra, Lotus, Aston Martin, Mitsubishi, Holden and Dodge.

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1 - Mazda

Ambitious tech, huge variety and one of the best current lineups.

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