Why are American cars so much better than German and Japanese ones?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 15, 2020 05:05 AM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 15, 2020 05:05 AM

Okay, I have had a few US brands/manufactured cars.

If you are looking for pure reliability and longevity Japanese cars are the way to go. Although they tend to be a bit dull.

Although their dominance in places like Australia and Africa is a testament to their durability when it really counts.

If you want very well designed cars with very good performance and efficiencies German cars are the way to go.

This reflects where they are developed, the EU are constantly pushing for ever stringent efficiency targets, plus the type of roads and environments cars in the EU are subject to.

American cars, by comparison, tend to be a little bit lacking in the aforementioned qualities.

They tend to be a bit more simple, but that makes them easier to work on and repair by the home/DIY mechanic.

Many US vehicles have very large under-stressed engines and drivetrains but are quite crude and very inefficient.

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