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Looks like the press is finally catching on to the myth of...

German automotive reliability. A recent Wall Street Journal article as well as another in Automobile have focussed on the increasingly problematic nature of German car ownership.

What took them so long? In my experience, German cars have been mechanical nightmares for well over the last thirty years or so, and I gave up on them after my 1985 Audi showed no improvement over any of the other examples I'd owned. Over-engineered pretty faces, and now that even the pretty faces are gone, what's left? Huge repair expenses, dealer service dept. indifference, and a lot of frustrated owners who didn't do their research.

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Topic - Looks like the press is finally catching on to the myth of... - Neil49 02:07:55 03/10/05 (11)


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