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1984-1990 Blaire New Car
The Blaire New Car also known as the NC was a budget full size slightly luxury sedan and was the first car Keith Rodman made for the company. It was a 2 Litre I4 making 110 Horsepower and getting an average MPG of 25 Miles to the gallon. It was an instant success. Selling 15,000,000 units the first week it came out. Since Blaire was new at the time, they partnered with Gavril to sell their car at Gavril dealerships. Sadly the Blaire New Car didn’t last long as the second gen in 1990 was plagued with cheap parts, terrible MPG, a small engine, and a bland design. The second generation only sold 10,000,590 Units in it’s life, while the first generation New Car sold 118,348,980 units in it’s life. In 2016 Keith Rodman’s son Isaac Rodman (who it currently running the company). Announced that the New Car would “Come back and better than ever.” he said to the BeamNG Motor Times. Though only time can tell.
So… one farmer from Wyoming managed to build 15,000,000 cars in (presumably) less than a year? I must say, those are some quick hands.
Also, they must also have a pretty big wallet, since even if one car cost $1 to build, he’d still have to spend $15,000,000. Or $118,348,980.
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Understandable have a nice day.
1985-1995 Blaire J120 Gen 1.
The J120 was Blaire’s only van of the line up until 2008 with the financial crisis of the time. It was fairly popular among food truck goers and businesses looking for a delivery van. It went through 3 Generations until it stopped production in 2008, but was brought back in 2014 as the J125 also in the previous generations as “Blaire’s Minivan”. It had a face lift in 1995 but it wasn’t anything big. Only a slight change to the fixtures. The J125 was released in 1995 when the minivan demographic was getting popular. It came usually with a 3.0L V8 making 340HP and 23MPG, but the minivan variant came with a 2.5L V6 with 230HP and an unknown MPG. It wasn’t the most fuel efficient car which is why the 1995 Model came with a less gas hungry V6. The 2014 J125 came with a 2.0L V6 making 27MPG. The J125 is currently the 5th most popular minivan for consumers. It is scheduled for a face lift in 2019.
1984-1988 Blaire Albatross Gen 1.
The first gen Albatross came with a V6 making 130HP or an I4 making 89HP. It had a 0-60 time of 6.23 Seconds on the V6 version, though the Inline4 version was never tested, but it had a braking distance of 129ft. The V6 version had a distinctive whale tail, but it was removed in the 1986 model year. The Albatross Sport was mainly built to compete against the Quebec Montreal. It did beat the Montreal in sales by a fraction. The Albatross is currently about to go through it’s 7th Generation in June 2019.
1985-1992 Blaire Rodman
The Rodman came with a 1.5L I3 making 89HP and 31MPG, but that was the only engine variant. You could get it with a turbo but it would make your mpg 22MPG. It had a very simple design so it wasn’t anything amazing. Though it was pretty popular among rally enthusiasts. The parts were cheap so if your transmission or injection broke. You could go down to the local auto shop and fix it for an average price of $300 (in inflation). So parents usually bought this for their crazy teenagers. Which is why so many are in the junkyard. In it’s first few years it did pretty well. Until the NBSI (National BeamNG Safety Initiation) crash tested the Rodman. The results came back with a video showing the engine blowing up despite being off during the collision. Sales quickly dropped and Blaire had to recall almost a million cars to fix the problem, which was caused by a misplaced fuel injector. Even after updating the car. Sales dropped drastically and in 1992 they ended production.
Why are the foglights so small? There’s so much empty space to fill!
1986-1990 Blaire Rocky Base & Pickup Gen 1.
Blaire wanted a vehicle sensible for families that could also have a pickup variant. Enter the Rocky. A large SUV for families and a large regular cab pickup truck for rednecks. It was good at first release. Both variants came with a naturally aspirated I6 making 140HP at the time. It was slow at first but then even though there was no turbo it starts to zOoM. The main demographic of buyers were yes parents and rednecks, but there was another majority that bought the SUV variant. Taxi companies. If at the time someone were to go to places like L.A. or Toronto. You’d see a lot of these Rockies being used as taxis. Because they were pretty fuel efficient and had 3 row seating. It got a 4 star rating in the NBSI crash testing with it’s exception being the “slow to fast” acceleration, and thus concludes Blaire’s 80s Line Up.
1990-1994 Blaire Albatross Gen 2.
We start the 90’s lineup with the 1990 Blaire Albatross. It came with a 2.0L I4 making 140HP and 0-60 in 8 seconds. As you can see it was an ugly car, and it was the least sold generation of Albatross. The only reason it sold was because parents bought it for their teens. It tried going against some cars from the likes of Corisca, Arion, etc. In 1995 it was replaced with a better coupe model. So that’s a good thing.
1990-1992 Blaire New Car Gen 2.
Advertised as a v6 luxury sedan. This hunk of 90’s cheap plastic actually came with an unpowerful I3 making 110HP and 0-60 in 12 seconds. It was overall a terrible car and was a very big mistake for the company. It didn’t sell well at all, and only did because grandparents needed cars for church. It was pulled off the market in 1992 and thank god it was. Only a week before NBSI conducted a Moderate Overlap Crash Test on it which was new at the time. To see if Blaire’s safety promise held up to it’s name in the New Car. No it didn’t. It crumpled and broke like pine straw hitting your hand. It was brought back in 2017 and was as good as Gen 1, and not like Gen 2.
1992-1995 Blaire Wyoming Gen1.
The Wyoming came with a 2.0L I4 making 120HP and 0-60 in 10s. It wasn’t a very popular truck in any other country apart from Honduras. It’s design was simple but a bit bubbly. It was a new design and some might say it was ahead of it’s time because this design kinda looks straight out of the year 2000. Because it was popular in Honduras. A lot of hispanic people drove this car. If they were in immigrant heaven California or Florida. You’d see Hispanic people drive this.
Everything about the NewCar Gen 2 is just wrong, from the weak engine to the inadequate safety and bland styling.
Additionally, it being advertised as a V6 when it’s actually an I3 could probably be the case for a “false advertisment” lawsuit.