There is no real answer to your question as it would depend on the model you buy. The overall reliability of the cars today, by most experts list the Japanese first, followed by American and the German manufactures last. The gap between 1st & 3rd is very narrow. But that can be deceiving as within certain models that may not be true. For instance, the Japanese manufacture Suzuki does not have a great reliability record, but Toyota does. And the German manufacture Mercedes has an excellent reliability record but VW does not. Each country builds great cars and some not so great cars. And it may change from year to year. Consumers Reports and similar publications will provide you with detailed list of each model and their reliability. And lastly is the fact that almost any car today will last a long time if it is taken care of, and regularly scheduled maintenance is performed per the owners manual. And almost any car will have problems if that maintenance is ignored.
German, French, Japanese, eastern block and even some American
The price of American cars would stay the same. The price of Japanese cars would go up, causing more people to buy American cars. That's what tariffs are for. ... But, with American cars then being more affordable than Japanese cars, wouldn't demand increase on American cars and decrease on Japanese cars? The former would mean that US automakers start increasing pricing and the latter would mean that the Japanese automakers need to lower prices.
the reputation of reliability
German cars tend to have much better safety ratings and often have better engines, like the volkswagen.
BMW's are not Japanese cars. BMW cars are manufactured by a German company. Their headquarters are in Munich and Bavaria, Germany.
The obvious difference between American and German cars are brand names. It is also believe that foreign cars such as German engineered vehicles are of better reliability. Different parts are used for both sets of vehicles and of course there is the matter of cost.
All but Honda. Honda is Japanese.
Internationally made cars unforunately :-(
A substitute is a product that can be used instead of another product but still has the same function/ purpose. For example, American cars and Japanese cars could be considered substitutes for one another. If the price of Japanese cars increases, the demand for American cars would increase because people want to spend less money. If the price of Japanese cars decreased, the demand for American cars would decrease because people would want to purchase the less expensive one.
They're typically American, European, and Japanese cars. So they look pretty much like normal cars.
of course. that's why muscle cars are called American muscles. not Japanese muscles. :)
Using common sense! Japanese cars are cars manufactured in Japan!
Yes, Japanese cars, along with most foreign cars, are metric.
the answer to your question is an American car like Ford, GM, or Chevy. However, it doesnt mean that Americans prefer buying American cars. Japanese cars like Honda or Toyota are what American buy.
jappanese cars are diffrent from american cars.american cars are mostly gas guzllers and hevey and big and japan cars are gas savers a lot smaller and very light and iffiniti is not an american car brand for whoever post the last answer
German for reliability, Italian for style.
Yes, they do. Brands such as Renault, Peugeot and Citroën are made in France. French people tend to drive European and Japanese cars, with small numbers of American cars as well.
No. Lexus is a branch of Toyota which is a Japanese automaker. It was founded by Eiji Toyoda.
all new cars have serpentine belts for the most part.
No, Honda cars are made in Japan. Some German cars are Volkswagen, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi.
Vorsteiner is an American tuner car manufacturer that tunes German cars such as Porsche and BMW.
Normally Euopean products last longer than American because Americans contruct within less money to make the prodect and quick sale Normally Euopean products last longer than American because Americans contruct within less money to make the prodect and quick sale
Mostly French (Renault, Peugeot, and Citröen), German (Volkswagon), Italian (Fiat), Japanese (Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Isuzu) and Korean (Hyundai and Kia) cars.