>In fact, the only firm whose cars had a worse engine failure rate than Audi was MG Rover. MINI wasn’t much better, finishing third from bottom, while its parent company BMW came seventh from bottom. And, despite its reputation for rock-solid reliability, Volkswagen came ninth from bottom.
>I buy german because I like reliability
I'll just leave these here
>rev up your engines
>germans give americans shit for having plastic interior
>meanwhile they strategically place plastic water pumps in the engine bay so they can jew you up
>2 sparkplugs per cyl
Why are germans such jews, didn't you idiots fight a war to get rid of them or something?
I remember when, "Oh my god no! Plastic guns!"
We will know soon whether the Glock is actually durable or not. They are finally reaching the 30 yr old mark. Will they make it to 100 years? Maybe.
Just stop buying them, world. So simple. What is that? You can't?
>320 million people
>muh biggest economy in the world (it's not)
>one manufacturer in the top 10
Kek, no wonder you're always so butthurt
It's not even ABS or anything, it's the same shitty plastic covered in a rubberizer, which scratches easily and wears off.
>taking Top Gear car advice seriously
>taking advice from any journalists that wish they were Top Gear
>taking top gear seriously
no one should
Jeremy once reviewed a BMW M5 that broke down like 3 times while they were filming it and he still claimed it was GODLIKE
>1 system of laws all must abide by with individual parts able to have their own differences
Where have i heard that before?
Oh, right. The fucking UNITED STATES of MURRIKA.
Deal with it.
Kek. See >>10560921
>mfw yurofags will never EVER make reliable cars
There is nothing to defend here. It doesn't matter if german cars are reliable or not because people still buy them. Deal with it
There is a solution...
>German interior comfort
The butthurt levels in this thread are reaching critical levels of anal pain
Italian bodies are impractical and heavy, though.
Not strong like nippon steel, folded 1000 times and precision made for ideal drag coefficient and crash safety
Why not just styled by an italian-japanese person?
Ew, too heavy
>implying brotbongs dont make the best chassis
nigga get the fuck out
Print it, frame it and hang it on a wall
>Daily reminder that 1 in 27 Audis has critical engine failure
Googled that out of interest
Results were epic
>even searched again with incognito mode to rule out search history biasing the result
Are sales supposed to convince anyone here? Do sales inherently make something good?
No, obviously not. Look at the article and every article about German reliability ever.
What you're saying is that you're proud that your country sells a lot of shitty cars. That's like being proud that you work at a shady used car dealership because even if the car is a heap, lol we still sold a lot of cars
I know you're not going to be logical in your response. You might not respond, and that's okay, but you really have to realize one wah or another that what you're saying hurting nobody but you.
Believe it or not, your country's shitty automakers are not an extension of your personality or your identity. I'm not sure why you haven't figured this out, you're bleating on in this thread like someone insulted your wife.
>Trying to argue with a raging german fangirl
Trust me all they want you is to go away and take your logical arguments with you because they cant stand ever being wrong
Also this is a good a time as any to trip up I guess
>$250+$250 dollars for an ls1
>he belived this
the cars are fun to drive and stylish. and that is what i look for in a car. they might as well it Pussywagen because around here bitches love them shits
I realize. I even addressed it in my post.
all I can hope is that what I said about this poor guy's identity takes hold. Defending shit simply because it's shit made in your country is an awful way to go about living.
can we take a moment or two to remember there is a faggot among us that thinks you can buy an ls1 engine from a junkyard, with ecu, wiring, fuel lines for $500
>so upset someone filtered him that he de-tripped to reply to me
You could buy a junkyard LS series truck engine for probably $400 or so but that'd be the easy part.
/o/ tends to talk about swaps as though they're easy. It's hilarious.
I wish I could filter anonymous posters who couldn't shit post if their life depended on it.
Dude there's a german guy spouting the same shit about sales, recalls, TUV and autobahn in literally every thread that mentions anything bad about german cars, I doubt anything you said will ever get in his head even if you speak truthful words and dont try to troll
I once tripped to make someone upset
in my opinion its not worth it, because you become a tripfag, so you lose by default
i think this is tryhard territory, there is no need to trip
this is just another shitposter's opinion doe
I never had a trip ever before but I was having so much fun laughing at the german excuses I said what the heck, and it got one dude mad over it so lol
Its not like I'm going to keep it or anything
I understand German stubbornness. One half of my family is as German as it gets, three generations back my family was living in Ruhr. I drive a German car and I drink German beer.
But fuck, being German doesn't mean you have to be braindead.
That seem's like a nice article you have there. But what's this?
>To discover the most reliable cars on the market today, visit our sister site Carbuyer.
>4 Audi Q3 SUV
>Like Lexus, Audi has an excellent reputation for reliability and the Q3 has benefitted from an engine range that has been tried and tested in other cars in the Volkswagen Group. The car comes with a three-year/60,000 mile warranty and is quickly becoming one of Audi's most popular models since it went on sale three years ago.
I don't know why they associate themselves with Carbuyet, but warranty direct is god tier when looking for shitty cars
>glorious year of 2014
>only a 3 year warranty
Woah what the?