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Let`s see how many thumb`s down frosty gets this time. Millions and Millions of recalls, Billions (that`s with a B) in fines relating to defects, poor quality and failures. Day after day, month after month, year after year Toyota continues to deliver the above mentioned yet Consumer Reports publicizes their recommended (Toyota) picks.
Keep cheering on and pulling for ever country but the US frosty, you and your friends are so quick to blame our government and everybody else while being the very first to purchase, promote and look for the " Product brought to you from a foreign county" label. Your sibling point of views, propaganda and lack of confidence in American industry are in fact a major contributing factor for many of the problems right here with the American economy........shameful
It's hard you believe that you could drop Ford down to the bottom just because of My Ford Touch being hard to get used to. It's obvious to me that Government Motors has influenced the way you rate vehicles. I have sure have lost respect for your assessments on all products you rate, and will now look elsewhere for independent ratings.
For the average income person, cars AROUND the $20,000 mark should hopefully, ALL be good cars!
For some reason I suspect this same article will read, Best cars under $25,000, in only a few months from now.