Are foreign cars really better than American cars?

@venshida (4837)
United States
December 11, 2006 4:18pm CST
I am in the market for a new car, and everyone I talk to say buy a Toyota or Honda. I was looking at a couple of American Cars that are within my budget, but I want this car to last a long time. What are some good American models? Should I spend extra and buy the Corolla?
5 responses
@zack_3004 (1207)
• Malaysia
24 Jan 07
I am not really sure, but I think American cars is good. Why you need but outside car?
• Singapore
12 Dec 06
Well...if you look at international standard for building a better and efficient cars, american car makers are way below.
@pagli84 (1850)
• Netherlands
11 Dec 06
i personally think foreign cars are better than american cars, but that's just my opinion and experience. i love honda because that's what i've driven for the past few years and practically everyone in my family has a honda. they run really well and last forever!
@srhelmer (7032)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
11 Dec 06
Foreign cars typically can give you the same quality for less money because they don't have unions driving their workers' wages up.
• United States
11 Dec 06
Good luck with what you get. If you want American, Chevy is good and resonable. If you buy new, you have a warentee. If used, get one.