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If Jeep is owned by Chrysler, which is owned by Fiat, doesn't that make it as much of an import as any of the "foreign" cars that are also manufacturered in the US?
Best resale value might be any car that does not have a $5,000-$8,000 battery in it.
You are making wild assumptions about the purpose of the article, which you admit you did not read. The first sentence of the article answers your questions. "An important measure of a vehicle's value — and appeal — is what it's expected to be worth three and five years down the road."
dont buy any thing out of red states all they build is foreign cars&anti american that what they or trying to do to wisconson &ohio indiana & misigan to bust the unions .take them all out in 2012
To be exact, according to the NHTSA's website, GM leads all brands with 9 recalls since last September, then Ford with 6, then Chrysler with 3, then Toyota with 2.
This latest Toyota recall is for sticky switches in a stop light, and a cable issue in a steering column, not exactly the caliber of recalls that GM has been having, for example: brake pads missing from brand new vehicles leaving the factory, steering wheels coming off while driving, tires wearing through brake lines, wheels falling off while driving. Which sort of recall from the above list would you rather have???