German drivers happiest driving Japanese cars -study


FRANKFURT, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Car drivers in Germany, long held to be home to some of the best engineered vehicles in the world, are happier driving Japanese cars than German ones, a consumer satisfaction survey showed on Wednesday. The survey, complied by German drivers association ADAC and the Centre for Automotive Research (CAR) group, asked over 38,000 German car owners how satisifed they were both with the product and the service they received from manufacturers. German industry ...

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