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Thread: Buy Mitsubishi: or, the Auto Talk Thread

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    Default Re: Buy Mitsubishi: or, the Auto Talk Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by royal744 View Post
    I read a story in the Wall Street Journal that said that Subaru is really an American-owned company. That was some time ago.
    AFAIK Subaru was owned Fuji Heavy Industries...

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    Default Re: Buy Mitsubishi: or, the Auto Talk Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Made by people like Peter Sellers in the 1959 film "I'm all right, Jack"?

    My favourite from the late seventies or early eighties is a (possibly apocryphal) story about a car produced in Britain, when the British motor industry had pretty much destroyed itself. It had consistent problems with everything once its cars left the factory.

    A common problem in a particular model was a rattle around the the back seat / rear wheel arch.

    Nobody could solve it.

    Until someone worked out that a disaffected worker on the production line, whose job was to weld up that cavity, routinely dropped in bolt or nut or three, before welding it up.
    I used to own a Volvo. It looked very "respectable", like a staid preacher who lives in a well-kept house, but mileage was poor, electronics less reliable than my pocket calculator, and was mostly "made in England". I never bought another one, but the bumpers were 1/4" thick solid metal.

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    Default Re: Buy Mitsubishi: or, the Auto Talk Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    Well honestly i knew the Toyeta is better and easy to service repair.
    But as far as i know the ALL Japs car do not need the serious repair for the first 10 years
    Of course If you employ it carefully, i mean changing the filters and oil at time.
    The serious repairs is not thing that you should make every year.
    I just worry about car's body- how long time this will save from corrosion?
    Coz the repair of body is the really very expensive.
    I owned a Datsun Maxima way back when they were first produced. Best, most reliable car I ever owned. 100,000 miles without a single serious repair. I had an extended warranty and NEVER used it nor needed it.

    Now I own a Toyota Prius. Also a complete winner. I am very suspicious of the Japanese people, but at least some of them make great cars.

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