It’s common to hear from car enthusiasts that older cars are simpler, more reliable, and better than modern cars. Is this simply nostalgia talking, or is there truth in what is being said?
It’s true that the automotive industry has made significant strides in the
past few years. Modern cars are safer, faster, more fuel efficient than older cars, and yet, most car enthusiasts still prefer older cars. These are some of the things that older cars have that modern cars don’t:
Simplicity of Build and Design
Modern cars are extremely complex. The more complex a product is, the more possible points of failure there are. Modern cars rely heavily on electronics to manage the engine. This means that a
faulty sensor or water damage can hinder your engine’s normal functionality. The simplicity of design and build also means that there’s less probability