25 Years of Auto Recall Information in 1 Infographic
Gentlemen, start your bickering.
Recalls, of course. So many of you hotheads dominate the comments section arguing about which manufacturer sucks the most, I figured it would be interesting to get a whole bunch of easily digestible data as a starting point -- and boy did they deliver. The result should spark at least another dozen arguments or so.
This was originally published at insurance site imingle, but we were given republishing rites to put it up in its entirety here, as well. So, after the jump, check out Total Recall: A Look at Vehicle Recalls Over the Past 25 Years.
Carpuff, just what I thought, you can't substantiate your claim....AGAIN!! You keep telling us how informed you are, so you should be able to right off the top of your head give us a couple of specific examples where the Big 3 have outsourced jobs to foreign countries in the last 5 years. Otherwise, it's just more of your typical BS. Good luck!
Maybe while you're throwing this together you can finally give us that list of Toyota parts that the Big 3 are putting in half their vehicles as you claimed. Looks like that was pure BS too.
Have to go with what's in my heart on this one, only blue oval USA Made in my garage. I would feel un-American driving a foreign car. My truck was made in KC, and my car was made in Chicago. It works for me, it's none of my concern if you want to support other countries and not your own people on the second largest purchase we make.
How's that higher cost of insurance on a foreign car working for you? If you have money to burn on this sort of thing, donate it to the families that are starving because of our jobs all going out of the country.
Carpuff, why don't you give us a list of those "outsourced" jobs from the Big 3? Or is this going to be like the list of parts the Big 3 buy from Toyota that you could never produce because you were lying then, too.
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