LONDON, June 27 (Reuters Life!) - French cars appear to have lost some of their "va va voom", according to a British customer satisfaction survey dominated by Japanese makes. Six of the 10 worst cars in a Which? poll were French, with drivers complaining of poor reliability, cheap interiors and clunky gearboxes. Bottom of the heap was the Renault Espace, followed by the Renault Laguna, described by one owner as an "unreliable bag of spanners". Seven of the top 10 cars were Japanese, ...
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