American Made is LOSING on it's HOME turf! | Shift Talking Ep.33

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American Made Sedans from companies like Ford and GM are leaving us soon due to their decrease in sales from the past couple of years. European and Asian brands continue to dominate the market in the US and it begs the question as to WHY.

Another interesting thought, do you think American brands are not only removing Sedans due to a decrease in sales but to also force customers towards MORE expensive vehicles (like SUVs and Trucks)? What is your opinion?

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  • With so many cars designed one place, assymbled somewhere else from parts made all over the world, I don't think of American made being a thing anymore. I am more interested in who designed it. Who were the engineers? You can buy a Japanese car that was assembled in Kentucky. If you want a 2019 car designed in the US and you live in the US it looks like your going to have to wait 25 years and import it.

    1 month ago
  • This isn't so easy. "American made" includes a lot of foreign owned brands.

    Where the US sedan market slipped was they forgot that the purpose of a sedan is to be able to get into back seats, and those back seats had to be roomy, comfortable, and easy to access. Instead they made quasi 2+2's with 4 tiny doors instead of 2 big ones. They're compromised designs for the sake of style.

    1 month ago
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