Yes but does she speak of how American cars are very limited at selling
there cars to Japan though Japan is allowed to dump cars in the US. Does
she also talk about how the unions pretty much has the US Auto makers by the
balls and the Japanese have no unions leaving more money to reinvest in new
Does she explain why excellently made cars like the Altima were just
recalled do to faulty designs? Yet Americans are so stupid they still buy
them? Americans were so stupid the dealers were told not to sell them
anymore because the Americans were so brainwashed into thinking if its
Japanese its gotta be good.
How good of Nissan to publicly recall the cars with this problem and not
try to sweep it under the carpet like GM did with their V6 gasket
problem which went on so long and cost so many owners so much to repair.
Good for you Nissan!
Agreed. I've always been confused about the consumer reports preoccupation
with recalls. I can't tell if they're good or bad. Would you rather buy a
car that's had 5 problems fixed, or one that hasn't? The answer is: you
can't tell from that information. That's the answer for people with higher
thinking skills. If you have no thinking skills, you can pick an answer
easily, but I'm not sure which one you'd pick.
GM knows. Used car owners receive recall notices on a regular basis from GM
without having done anything on their part to advise GM of their ownership.
GM advises owners of recalls, etc. by DMV records and could just as easily
advise them of extended warranties as they do recalls. The fact of the
matter is that GM does not and most people who take their cars to the
dealers for this repair are not advised that any such warranty exists. Your
evidence of such a warranty?
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