This YouTuber Points Out That Every Car Review Is Exactly The Same

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So, why do we watch these reviews over and over?

We all love to watch car reviews. There is something awesome about a catchy music montage with awesome shots of the car followed by some witty comments by a charismatic host. Or is there? Almost every car review follows the same pattern: We see the car from lots of angles with a catchy, non-trademarked song in the background, followed by some not so carefully edited comments from some YouTuber driving the car. If you have watched enough YouTube car reviews, it seems that lots of video have fallen into this format.

Some YouTubers like Regular Car Reviews set out to mock the previously established methods for reviewing cars, and make us all laugh in the process. Now YouTuber Aging Wheels makes us laugh by pointing out that pretty much all YouTube car reviews are basically the same.

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