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Toyota responds to Ford's new initial quality ads

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I was thinking of this just the other day...if you were Ford, do you really want people to know your quality has fallen to Toyota like levels? :lol:

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Really, all of the automakers today are building great cars. The question is, what the hell are we going to fuel them with in ten years?

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For anyone in a hurry, this may be the best summary:

The Toyota and Lexus brands have been among the leaders in initial quality for ages, which anyone would say is a result of great design, engineering and manufacturing. But now that other automakers are catching up, it seems Toyota wants to label initial quality as insignificant.

Any business in Toyota's shoes would be reacting pretty much the same way, but that doesn't mean that we can't or shouldn't roll our eyes at it (just as we would [or should] if any other company did the same).

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Our cars don't fall apart as they roll off the lot! Well neither do ours! So take that!

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Our cars don't fall apart as they roll off the lot! Well neither do ours! So take that!

No, they fall apart on the highway... :AH-HA_wink:

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I wouldn't be caught dead in either!

Ford gives American cars a bad name

and Toyota, well where do I start....?

I'd rather drill a hole in my head than

own a Toyo-dur.

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