Why do Europeans buy American cars when Europeans cars are much better?
Even Americans know our cars are shit which is why Japanese cars are much popular here.
I dunno, I liked my 80s Ford Transit, until it rusted to shit like pic related.
New ones in the 15-30k range are all the same unless you get Audi, BMW or MBenz.
I like American muscle cars, we don't produce many of them (pic related an Italian muscle car)
They aren't necessarily better. American cars had bad quality through the 90s, but the quality of American cars in the last 10-15 years has significantly improved in comparison to the major European manufacturers.
Of course, I drive a Toyota, because they are the best.
There has never been a day in history when the Ford Transit hasn't been a vehicle designed in the UK and built in Europe. Americans have always had different models of Ford vans, all of which have become so outdated that superior European vans are replacing them now.
If you don't include Ford (Europe), then there's literally no american cars here, alomost.
Most popular cars in Britain alone are
I hardly ever see Chrysler, Dodge and Cadillacs here.
You literally have the exact same van as me, and it's the MK3 (facelift version), and it was made in 1994
Some Opels/Vauxhalls have historically been or are currently being sold in the US as Buicks, Cadillacs, Saturns or Pontiacs, but I'm never quite sure where they were designed and whether it makes them European or American cars.
Schweppes? Btw cap colors are diffirent
Our cars are better but it's easier being a car enthusiast in the US. Cheaper running costs, more disposable income, larger garages, I'm glad I can even afford one econobox as an adult while American highschoolers already drive muscle cars and pickup trucks and have project cars at home.