If I were a car, I’d be an ugly lemon of a car that would’ve been sent to the scrapyard a long time ago.
The car constantly breaks down and has many mechanical faults. Aesthetically, the car has always been ugly, but years of wear and tear and neglect have rendered it completely and utterly useless. You repaint it and add accessories to try make it beautiful, but it’s still ugly. Nobody wants to be seen with you in the car, because it’s too embarrassing for them.
Friends tell you to love the car and insist that you should keep it, rather than scrap it and buy a new one. But the car isn’t just ugly; it isn’t even roadworthy anymore. Mechanics with no sentimental attachment to the car advise you to scrap the car, as there are too many things wrong with it. It isn’t economically viable to try to repair all of its mechanical faults to make the ugly car roadworthy.
But even if you were to have the car repaired, it’d still be ugly, uneconomical on fuel and completely impractical for the purpose for which you need it.