Lonely Man of Cake

March 21, 2007

Hiro and the Nissan Versa

Filed under: America,Automotive,Health,Transportation — lonelymanofcake @ 11:28 am

If you’ve seen the first few episodes of NBC’s Heroes, then you’ve probably become acquainted with (and drawn to) protagonist Hiro Nakamura.  Hiro is adamant that he rent a Nissan Versa for his cross-country trip (Nissan must have paid NBC a hefty sum for its prominent product placement in the series) and the subject of the car returns a number of times.

I’m not sure that even Hiro’s special powers will protect him from the toxic interior of the Versa, which was rated “Vehicle of Most Concern” for presence of chemicals such as chlorine, lead, and bromine.  Check out http://www.healthycar.org to see how your car stacks up.

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