This horse is better than most 1970 cars (Nov, 1969)
This horse is better than most 1970 cars
We are not joking. The run-of-the-mill 1970 car is an affront to progress.
It’s too expensive to buy. And too expensive to run. It’s almost impossible to park and maneuvering it through city traffic would try the nerves of a saint.
You’d be better off with a horse.
Which is sure-footed, inexpensive, maneuverable and it eats hay. Nice, cheap, hay.
We, at Renault, are one of the few automakers to make a car that’s better than the horse.
The Renault 10.
Since it gets 35 miles to the gallon, it is cheap to run.
And since it has independent suspension and disc brakes, it is sure-footed and easy to stop.
And since it is maneuverable, it is easy to park. And since it costs $1,725, it is easy to buy.
And it is also more comfortable than the horse.