For this one, gkrenz said, "I'd say 'when you look up understeer in the dictionary, there's a picture of an srt-4,' but no one driving a lime green neon owns a dictionary." To be fair, it's hard to get to the book store to buy a dictionary when you're too busy blinding people with the color of your vehicle.
When asked for a roast of this Mercedes, nlpnt said, "Is it even possible to drive one of these without holding a teacup poodle in one arm?" Which is a good question. Someone probably only gets this car because they're compensating for having a small dog.
Mlsweeney said that "It's one of the more influential trucks of our time.....when parked in the neighborhood, property values drop by 78%." And it also has influence by making kids think it's a giant peppermint candy.
Gods_call said, "I bet you drive that to your local Chili's to hit on single moms." Then the owner responded by saying, "You're way off base, I drive it to Applebee's!" Actually, the owner didn't respond at all, but that's what we wish he would have said.
MLPJason posted this pic, referring to it as "my icy drugdealermoblie." In response, afoe said this car is "For when you'd rather put your mechanic's kids through college than your own." But if it's REALLY a "drugdealermobile," then everyone's kids get to go through college.
When redditor l1v32r1d3BmX asked for their jeep to be roasted, Dad_dicks_anonymous had the perfect response. "This was a car developed for military and utilitarian use. Now the only thing it's used for is to transport Chad back and forth from his Ivy League school."
F***Cazadors said, "Do you ride around with your cousin, lusting after your other cousin, trying to escape from the mayor in his white Caddy and a cop with a basset hound?" Which just goes to show, the only people who should be allowed to drive this car are Bo and Luke Duke. (Sorry, Coy and Vance Duke.)