The debate "American cars are superior" was started by
January 3, 2014, 9:31 pm.
22 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 46 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
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Hahaha soulless you keep grave bumping all these threads. It's nice for some variety though so thank you.
My family owns a Chevy Truck, it is 11 years old (2005 model year). It has needed only basic wear and tear issues that all cars face, such as brakes, headlights, the usual. But even at 150,000 miles, it doesn't even miss a beat, reliable at all times of year. American cars are quality, but especially in the 90's there was a dip in quality and reliability that the Japanese could replace. My father owns a Subaru, a car famous for its long life as well. Bottom line is, no truck beats an American truck. But in the midsize segment, there are alot of alternatives which some say best the American models. As sexy as the Impala is.
although american companies such as ford, gm and thier subsidiaries, jeep and the likes make great everyday cars and performance cars, none of them match any foreign companies when it comes to sports and super cars, most notably koenisegg, bugattiy,lamborghini and porsche
my bad u know they are Italian :D
WHAATT?!?! Lamborghini and Ferrari are Italian, not French. And Porsche is (suprise, suprise) German.
Lol is my answer. Maybe yes after the IIWW when they were the only ones left all the rest were in ruins Germans, Japanese, etc. After the 60's things started to get rough amd nowadays there is no question. Even Americans recognise and buy Toyotas, BMWs,Mercedeses and so on. GM is in a bad position, Ford as well.
Ferrari, Lamborghini - French
Rolls Royce - British
Germans invest in cars because they have excellent economics, but those cars none of them are really created by them. Just bought from other companies.
Not sure if Porsche is Italian but I think so.
- Wish you best,
What about Ferraris, Lamborghinis, or Porches? They aren't American, but they'll get your attention as well as a Mustang. Or would you not be interested about a Rolce-Royce?
Yes, I agree that German cars are good, I mean who doesn't like BMW, AUDI or Mercedes? But American muscles are called that way because they really are masculine cars that just intimidates you when they pass by. German cars are classy but they dont make me have a rush when I see one, I see German cars everyday. But Americans badass vehicles make me turn my head when I hear their roaring sound that fulfills me and makes my smile rise at its full. That's the.difference between your ordinary everyday Beemer and a Mustang or a Plymouth.
Have you ever looked at the map? There is a place called GERMANY. You can't throw a stone there without hitting to a car factory making good cars.