Not really built for the mechanic, ask almost any mechanic and I bet he'd
say he'd rather work on older cars than newer ones. More hours, yes, but
confusing and fussy work, that costs the consumer a lot, so even when he
does a good job the customer is not happy.
Give him logical, well engineered cars to work on and he'll be happier, and
so will the guy paying the bill.
They're built to sell, that's all.
I'll agree on that, they're built so you pretty much have to take
them to the mechanic due to the need for special testers and tools and
the like. You are right, the mechanics would rather have the
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