Ford and GM have stale advertising they should of Hired Lee Majors to
sell their GMC Car and Trucks and Lindsey Wagner to sell Ford Cars.
Stupid Auto Company - Big Wigs that are incharge. They better get their
ACT Together or we will have one of them go bankrupt. I buy made in the
USA cars FORD and GM.
I have a 1995 Ford Windstar which is the Best van out there - smooth
ride good looks , good power and Made Well !!!
also have a 1986 Cadillac and a 2000 Cavalier 4 dr and a 1975 Dodge Dart
All these USA cars are made well and look good. I will always buy from
FORD AND GM. Its the American Way !!!
Brian - Las Vegas.
You don't buy made in the USA cars. No cars earn the label "Made in the
USA." To earn that label, virtually all the parts of the cars have to be
made in the USA. No car meets that condition.
Actually, the American way is to buy the least expensive vehicle that meets
the needs. And many Toyotas and Hondas have almost all American content (the
Sienna is over 90% made in the USA).
As far as advertising, there are many other actors out their besides Lee
BTW, the big wigs don't do the advertising. The marketing department does.
PS, the correct wording for the first line is "should have," not "should
of." It's a common mistake.
"Think" is the operative word. I know a number of people who won't even
consider a US manufactuer's car. And most have them haven't had a new US car
in their life. Their point of refence is a 1975 Chevrolet that their uncle
owned and they had to drive when they were teenagers.
Yeap. Cheap labor. VW, GM and Hyundai have plants there, too. And I am sure
other car makers have plants there, too. Not only do the plants make cars
for the US and Canadian markets, but they also make cars for the Latin
American markets. They also make parts for cars that are put on cars
assembled in the US and Canada.
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