Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2001 00:24:56 GMT
From: ziggynopsamplace.invalid
Subject: Re: Toyota in top five again (JD Power....)

On Wed, 03 Oct 2001 03:09:58 GMT, "M+J" <nospamnopsamam.spam> wrote: >:)Its like the KIA commercials that compare their car with having features >:)similar to Toyota. " I have a 5 year warranty, oh ya so do I...I have >:)leather stearing wheel, well so do I,,,I have chrome hubcaps,,,,well so do >:)I" And you know what? You still DRIVE A KIA. Yes I guess your right I >:)paid 5k more than you did for my SUV....but I digress...YOU DRIVE A KIA. >:) >:)Volvos are not for people who want a car to get them to their bowling league >:)or grocery store twice a week. >:) >:)Compare apples to apples thank you. Kia = Saab. Ok? >:) >:) >:)"Yaofeng" <> wrote in message >:) >:)> "Derek Hawkins" <eldatanopsamcom> wrote in message >:)news:<jU8u7.1697$>... >:)> > "For the sixth straight year, the luxury brand of Toyota leads the list >:)of >:)> > most-dependable, four- and five-year-old vehicles, according to >:)automotive >:)> > researcher J.D. Power and Associates of Agoura Hills, California." >:)> > >:)> > "Ranking second is Porsche, followed by Nissan's luxury brand, >:)Infiniti." >:)> > >:)> > "The highest-rated non-luxury brand is Toyota, which takes fourth spot >:)in >:)> > the annual Power Vehicle Dependability Study." >:)> > >:)> > "Listed as below average in long-term dependability are, in alphabetical >:)> > order: Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Eagle, GMC, Hyundai, Isuzu, Jeep, >:)Kia, >:)> > Land Rover, Mitsubishi, Plymouth, Pontiac, Saab, Suzuki, Volvo and >:)> > Volkswagen. Power does not publicly release the below-average rankings." >:)> >:)> You don't have to remind me. I have long conceded that a Toyota is >:)> more reliable than a SAAB, I drove one before. The report will not >:)> sway my decision of not buying Toyota's in the future either unless >:)> they stop making boring cars. >:)> >:)> Yaofeng >:)

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