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Toyota had a big display at the TPW Expo. Looks like they're trying to get in touch with their "inner redneck" with tricked out trucks, NASCAR sponsorships, pro-fishing sponsorships, and other patch and paint type marketing. If they want to donate to parks and such then thats even better. Their cars are very dependable, which is marketing enough for me.
It's amazing how many of those unreliable American vehicles keep running for over 200,000 miles. I have a friend who retired his S10 with almost 300,000 miles and another friend with a F150 who sold it in good running condition @ 200,000 miles. Mine only has 115,000 on it. Runs great. Other than routine maintenance I've just had to put new spark plug wires on it. Not that Toyota doesn't make good trucks and cars because they do. And they have done more to increase the quality of all vehicles because they have been the quality leader and forced competition. Anyway, these days most cars and trucks from the major manufacturers sold in the US are made in the US regardless of brand.Al
but it seems every time you turn around, Ford's got a major safety recall.
Before you judge the poor guy: He took his Ford into the dealership to have the recalled part replaced. They were out and told him to come back later.
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