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User avatar #314 - usmcoorah (03/04/2013) [-]
1. Our cars are at least 14.3x tougher than Japanese cars.

2. We made the first successful automobile and the assembly line for said automobiles (Henry Ford up in this bitch).

3. When you drive American made cars, the engine sounds like pure manliness and brawn.

4. When you drive Japanese cars the engine sounds like spongebob being sodomized by larry the lobster.
#600 to #314 - Absolute Madman (03/05/2013) [-]
1. They are not. hilux, land cruiser, all subaru's?
2. The model T was rubbish
3. Yes they do sound nice, but the v8, 10 and 12's from germany and italy is just better
4. I belive americans tuners have used the 2jz for almost 12 years now.. toyota engine
5. some of the older american muscle cars look kida nice, but today nothankyou!
#351 to #314 - carmasterzaib (03/04/2013) [-]
i need to refute 3 and 4, you obviously have never driven ANYTHING with a VTEC configuration, a supra, and evo, subaru, infinity , the ENTIRE nissan Z series sounds like sex....oh yea and the lexus LFA sounds like the roman gods having simultaneous orgasms.
And honestly when i see ford explorer rumbling around, that POS is depressing to say the least, and i bet you never had the misfortune of renting and driving the 2.7 litre V6 that chrysler had in their fleet...like wtf where they thinking.

Hey dont get me wrong, i love the rumble of a V8....but just because something has a deep rumble doesnt mean its a good/strong vehicle.

oh yea and just so you know before you start saying some **** about being prejudice to american cars, my family has had domestic and foreign car. My Dad has a 2008 trailblazer SS in the garage ( if you are not sure what that is look it up) , my mom drives a 2011 golf 2.5, it is a lovely car with handling NO american car can come close to. Now its my turn, i drive a 2002 Isuzu Trooper with 120k miles. This 3.5 litre 4 speed SUV was waaaay more advanced than and american SUV when it came out, it include electronic torque control which transferred power to the front wheels when it detected the real wheels slipping. We took this thing onto a goddamn offroad trail where the only other car in sure could clear it would be a jeep wrangler. if you looks at practically any other american SUVs from 2002 im pretty sure most of them will be falling apart ( grandma had a 2002 cherokee which died at 90k miles)...no brand is superior, there are just phases when companies produce **** cars and in our case the japanese have been FAR superior in quality and innovation, im sure it is changing though...soo yeaaa :P oh yea i took it offroading on Friday
User avatar #363 to #351 - usmcoorah (03/04/2013) [-]
Only read about half of it. But I shall thumb you because of the time/effort you put into that comment.

Also I just so happen to drive a Ford Explorer, this ************ has 162,000 miles on it and its still running beautifully. Oh and dat roar when you hit about 65mph is beautiful. Not saying American made cars are the only good cars, but we do make some damn good cars and Japanese made (for the most part) sounds nothing short of womanly.
#323 to #314 - therealjc (03/04/2013) [-]
1. Japanese cars look better and have a better build quality (relatively speaking).   
2. Maybe the first to get there, but definitely not the best.   
3. "When you drive American made cars" straight into the next petrol station.   
4. You've obviously never listened to the Lexus LFA.
1. Japanese cars look better and have a better build quality (relatively speaking).

2. Maybe the first to get there, but definitely not the best.

3. "When you drive American made cars" straight into the next petrol station.

4. You've obviously never listened to the Lexus LFA.
#364 to #323 - sharkpat (03/04/2013) [-]
1. Looking better is your opinion (which I completely disagree with). Build quality varies (but Japan does make a very reliable car). Though American cars used to not be as reliable, we're not making much nicer cars.

2. We we have made some of the best around. Our classic cars can't be beaten.

3. We used to be a gas guzzling nation, though we're getting better still.

4. Yes, it does sound nice. Too bad the majority of Japanese cars do indeed sound like Spongebob being sodomized by Larry.

I wouldn't recommend fighting Americans (remember the last time Japan tried that)?
User avatar #374 to #364 - therealjc (03/04/2013) [-]
2. you just became rather hypercritical, read 1. again.
3. "getting better" you do relalise VW have made a 250+mpg car, you need some serious catching up to do.
4. I'm sure a lot of cars around the world have terrible sounding cars, even American built.
5. Hurr Durr pearl harbor and Hiroshima. Just admit you're a backward country, people who use this as a defense obviously aren't educated enough to bring up a proper argument in a discussion.
#345 to #323 - chevycowboy (03/04/2013) [-]
I am an American muscle guy myself but you raise an excellent point with the Lexus European automaker definitely dominate modern sports and super cars and even branching into muscle a little with the Mercedes SLS AMG, and the BMW Me Coupe. I just am more of a classic car guy though easier to work on and beef up.
User avatar #349 to #345 - therealjc (03/04/2013) [-]
I don't like the look of the late 60's mustangs, (I know, right?)
But I love the look of the Datsun 240z.
Both similar-ish looking cars.
#353 to #349 - chevycowboy (03/04/2013) [-]
I dont like Fords so I agree on the Mustang part and my friend has a 240z its a bad ass car, Nissan lost some of that edge haha
User avatar #360 to #353 - therealjc (03/04/2013) [-]
The Micra wasn't their greatest creation, but the R35 is a beast.
The 370x looks sweet too, and I'll probably get a lot of hate for this but the Juke looks awesome
#817 to #360 - chevycowboy (03/05/2013) [-]
the R35 is pretty bad ass, its not that I dont like Japanese imports, I appreciate them for what they are or can be if done right and that is bad ass street or track racers but a lot of people do em up stupidly which I think you would agree with me on also the Juke for a suv type thing looks pretty bad ass
#337 to #323 - slickwilly (03/04/2013) [-]
<--- Don't like American Cars? Why not Zoidberg?
User avatar #336 to #323 - usmcoorah (03/04/2013) [-]
Thumb for your gif.

But let me tell you a story all about how my uncles Ford truck got flipped turned upside down. I'd like to take a minute just sit right there, about how my uncles truck got flipped back right side up and he literally drove away from the crash with minor bumps and bruises.
#357 to #336 - tylosaurus (03/04/2013) [-]
I bet that happens often.
User avatar #369 to #357 - usmcoorah (03/04/2013) [-]
Not sure if youre being sarcastic, but with a Ford F-350 with a roll cage, yeah. Those ************* are one of the toughest vehicles I've ever encountered. (aside from the M1A1 Abrams Tank..but I'm going to assume we'll stay within the confines of civilian vehicles)
User avatar #885 to #369 - therealjc (03/05/2013) [-]
You've obviously never seen Top Gear's Toyota Hilux.
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