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Old 05-19-2019, 08:50 PM #17
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Originally Posted by Split Decision View Post
guy thinks just because they arent put together in japan then they arent japanese lmao

trust me the parts may even be made in whatever country but the design is pure japanese

like most of ur posts tho u like to come across as mr know-it all
They are engineered by multinational firms, the parts are purchased from the same handful of large multinational contractors and they're assembled in factories around the world for logistics/tax optimization.

In extreme cases are even based off of the same universal platform and merely rebranded depending on positive/negative brand image the country of sale. Back in the day Mitsubishis were sold as Dodges. Nowadays Renault/Nissan/Mitsubishi use a modular platform for several models and rebrand it depending on country of sale.

You can tell absolutely nothing about reliability or design approach based on which country the corporate entity marketing a car is based in.

That's what you thought I meant? that their location of assembly changes the engineering? Really? You are a definitely a dull subhuman who communicates in text-grunts.

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