Y do people hate hondas so much....


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BLU CIVIC
07-15-2004, 02:14 PM
i can name a few reasons...

lamehonda
07-15-2004, 02:26 PM
name away

BLU CIVIC
07-15-2004, 04:50 PM
go look at his last couple posts...

lamehonda
07-15-2004, 04:57 PM
I did, nothing really bad stands out to me

Steel
07-17-2004, 11:04 AM
Hahaha... all this arguing between domestics, importts... V8's and 4 bangers, honda and.. everything else, is all so useless and stupid!!!












We all know rotaries are the best ;)

Hyatus
07-18-2004, 02:56 AM
Hahaha... all this arguing between domestics, importts... V8's and 4 bangers, honda and.. everything else, is all so useless and stupid!!!












We all know rotaries are the best ;)

yea! Pistons are for brake calipers!!!!1 j/k

Dexromethorphan
07-20-2004, 02:04 AM
Check out the RO_JA civic, civics like that are what we need to see. Instead we see civics with, faded bumpers, neons, stickers of stuff they dont have, and no horsepower or tourque. Also faggots watch the fast and furious movies and now all want skylines, evos, or rx7's. When our generation of import fans, and I mean the true ones, move on, our footsteps will be followed by those same little kids. Its a shame

NAVY IC
06-02-2006, 03:56 AM
The cars are built here in North America (some in Canada, some Mexico), but since they are produced by a Japanese company, the money goes back to Japan, it contributes to Japan's GNP, not ours, and adds to our negative balance of payments.

negative...
you're figuring wrong....
my wife and I both work at manufacturing plants here in the US, but we make foreign cars.
you say all the money goes back to Japan...
that's simply not true, not by a long shot....
all the income that my wife and I are paid, (over six figures), and the hundreds of thousands of americans employed by these corporations, spend their money right here in the US. If you still do not understand, consider the money we spend to pay our mortgages, kid's tuition, parents medical bills, car payments, etc., etc. That's money I made here and spent here at businesses that are established here and owned by people from here. Also, we can't forget about all of the american suppliers and vendors that does business with these same companies. We are all a part of the operating cost of these corporations, which is supported by the their total revenues. The average company worldwide, tries to make at least a 10% profit margin which is divided amongst the owners and re-invested. That leaves upwards, (on average), about 90% of revenues to pay for the cost of running their business.

nissan_240sx
06-02-2006, 06:00 AM
hmm interesting thread.

2.2 Straight six
06-02-2006, 11:08 AM
navy ic, check time of last post, dont bring back old threads.

NAVY IC
06-03-2006, 08:50 AM
navy ic, check time of last post, dont bring back old threads.

the last post in this thread was TWO years ago,
but this TWENTY year old argument never died...

drunken monkey
06-03-2006, 09:17 AM
the last post in this thread was TWO years ago,
but this TWENTY year old argument never died...


if you feel like this really needs to be discussed then start a fresh thread and see how far that goes; not to mention that the response that brought this back up wasn't even to do with the original post, instead being a respose to a not so related comment made along the way.

in the mean time, go have a read of the forum guidelines (http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbulletin/guidelines.html).

i'm going to close this one as it has served its purpose and then some.

in any case, it's always nice to have people who actually work within the industry, no matter at what level, to give a little insight to how things really are.

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