I like to say, "everybody gets a turn in the box." That means nobody’s perfect. We all make mistakes, and we all have to change our direction once in a while. Toyota will find out it’s made a mistake hunting for the youth market with those Scion cars just as it found out it made a mistake hunting them with that Echo car. Why? Because there isn’t a youth market of any size for new cars. They buy used cars. Nissan is finding out it’s got quality problems with new models that were rushed ...

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