My dad has a 2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid that he got from my grandpa when he upgraded, and it already has rust. 70,000 miles, always in a heated garage, washed frequently, the whole nine yards. Thankfully, it’s only tiny spots of surface rust, but it’s absolutely ridiculous that a car that age has rust already. Minnesota’s salty streets are not entirely to blame, as there’s some known quality issues with the particular color, but the point is that it’s rusting. I see people writing tersely worded letters to the local newspaper yelling about how they slid into a curb and it’s the city’s fault cause you gosh darn penny pinchers don’t even want to spend money on salt, and I know for a fact you have money for salt and you hate the city and yadda yadda yadda. Shut up, Andrew, just because you bombed your campaign for city council doesn’t mean that everything is the city’s fault, because you know, salt doesn’t even work when it gets below 10 degrees, which it gets basically every day of a Minnesota winter. So yeah, moral of the story, nice cars, no rust.