Car Brands - American Or Jap?

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  1. Leetsauce

    Leetsauce Well-Known Member

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    Skyline all the way.
     
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    jap man...
     
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    [color=FF00EE]ford and chevy win.[/color]
     
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    definitely jap. more reliable and long-lasting imo
     
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    Japanese of course.

    Wow, I didn't even have to think about this one. lol

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    nissan skyline & Acura RSX type-s
     
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    european...
     
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    Neither.

    Both Americans and Japanese have very limited knowledge of how to make cars. Japanese cars are, as a whole, suited just for Japanese driving styles. On the whole they tend to be slow, boxy cars that are cheap, only when racing do you really get any decent race/sports cars.

    As with Americans, although they try to make decent sports cars, on the whole they fall short. Poor build quality being a major problem, all American cars feel tacky as a rule, and TERRIBLE at going around corners.

    Honestly, European Cars are far better. Italy is the home of the supercar, Germany has some of the best Saloons worldwide, Britain and Spain have their fair share.
     
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    Fire Cooler Well-Known Member

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    Am agreeing with you all the way

    no need to explain it further :D

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    Word. I agree.


    But I guess to stick to the topic, out of the two "brands," I'd pick Japanese.
     
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    jap. i think there more unique
     
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    well the german and italian cars the best but thats not in the question.
     
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    jap cars :D

    i think the reason so many people buy jap cars as there very good for tuning i mean who the hell would wont a nissan silvia s14 for a family car
    i think thats whats unique about japanese cars
    but overall stock european cars would win

    defo BMW M3
     
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    pshhhh. bmw m5.
     
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    okay, definately AMERICAN CHEVY all the way. I have seen a lot of people put, GO SKYLINE! Well, all they did was shove in a V6 and twin tubos. i'm sorry, but a Corvette blows the doors off of a Skyline WITHOUT EVEN TURBOCHARGING IT! When a Corvette is turbocharged, (example: Lingenfelter Corvette) it has so much speed and horsepower IT SPINS EXTRA WIDE STICKY TIRES AT 70 MILES PER HOUR!
     

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