It's time to talk a bit about hype. There are so many times when these popular cars might let you down, but somehow they still are popular and wanted. We don't mean you will be disappointed if you buy one, all we wanna say is that they are not so good as people think they are. We've got so high expectations, but once your dream car is already at your doors waiting for you, do you feel like they are exactly as you wanted?
Let's start talking first about Audi Quattro, this model has brought all-wheel drive performance to mainstream motoring. People watch vintage Group B rally videos all the time, because they love that inline-five soprano screaming. But, don't you remember the car wasn't quite a robust, with only 160bhp.
The second model is the all-known Ford Mustang, don't you think they are also overhyped? After buying this model people find out that it's not the end-all-be-all model. The cars are really fun to drive, but don't expect anything more from that.
The next model is Nissan Skyline GT-R, we have never been able to check it on drive before, but now we are finally able to experience its awesomeness. Were these 25 years really worth the wait? The steering wheel is on the wrong side of the car, it was impressive 15-20 years, but right now it's just a usual car.
BMW M3, is one of those models able to let down so many people. MCs are among the finest knife-edge luxury performers in the whole world, but they don't reach the expectations. After 30 years people are really sad to learn they don't always set the quickest times during track days.