Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by I_Will_Call_You_A_Faggot, Feb 5, 2010.
Edit: i mean it will kill their reputation
You know what, I think they might be ok
in other news, the majority of people have no idea it's even happening.
what a fuckin' idiot. toyota isn't going anywhere
They won't be going anywhere. It is just part of their world domination plan to kill foreigners. Considering they're part owned by the government (like pretty much all big Japanese firms) they've got plenty of financial security.
govt takes over largest auto maker in the us
then starts assaulting its largest competition
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sucks they are going to dissapear, they had a good run
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Maybe they can file chapter 11 and start out on a fresh, clean slate.
The sports cars are definitely why they became as big as they are.
Firestone Wilderness Tires + Ford Explorer situation
so your anecdotal experience of a cluster of, what, 5 women is indicative of the majority of people out there?
SELL CARS TO PEOPLE THAT DON'T KNOW HOW TO PUT THE CAR IN NEUTRAL
LOSE 10% OF YOUR SALES IN A MONTH
Ugh. Finally, good riddance. They're miserable cars for people with no creativity who drive in the left lane doing 70. Boring, bland appliances for people who value reliability and nothing else. Hopefully Citroen or Alfa or one of the other European companies will fill the void so I can get a C5.
yeah they catered to the market the US automakers completely neglected.
I'm holding onto my 2003 Celica to sell it as a classic
do stuff, things happen
Audi killed a bunch of people in the 70s. They're still around.
single vehicle vs. nearly the whole lineup is quite a difference.
they fucked up, Ford and GM have been fucking up for decades
they aren't going anywhere
No, American stupidity killed those people. The brake and accelerator in 70's-80s Audis were so close together that some people hit the accelerator when they wanted to brake. Note that this didn't occur in Europe, only the US.
In other news Toyota has posted a $1.7 billion profit for the quarter ending Dec. 31