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#41 OFFLINE   weiweishen

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Posted 06 December 2013 - 07:03 PM

Japanese Yen has been devaluated for more than 20% already.

Toyota keeps saying that Toyota makes cars in U.S. If so, the currency advantage should not have made any difference.

It is sad that most of people believe what Toyota says.









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#42 OFFLINE   NickF1011

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 09:24 AM

 

Weren't just arguing a while ago the new gen Impala was so different from the prior gen that even though it has the same name, no one would confuse the 2?  Now 2 vehicles, after a completely new design, with 2 different names, look similar?

 

If you're going to give a car a new name, try giving it a new look is what I'm saying.  Don't see how this has anything to do with the Impala that kept the same name all along.


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#43 OFFLINE   elkarlo

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Posted 12 December 2013 - 05:25 PM

Odd dip in CMax sales, otherwise, looking good! 

 

F-Series is just nuts. 65k trucks???

 

Edge and MKX finally starting to show their age?

 

 

2,100 units aren't enough to save it, sad as it is. After this cycle, it's a goner.

 

 

is it? Too bad, it is a fun looking car.

Sad, but you can't save a car that sells under 50k a year.

 

I agree, the Edge needs an update. Like the Escape, it has done well, but it needs a refresh like the Escape had

 

 

Would also like to see Ford get into Heavy Trucks some more. As Hino/Toyota are making some serious headways into the US market.



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Posted 12 December 2013 - 05:28 PM

Japanese Yen has been devaluated for more than 20% already.

Toyota keeps saying that Toyota makes cars in U.S. If so, the currency advantage should not have made any difference.

It is sad that most of people believe what Toyota says.

 

 

To be fair the US dollar was heavily devalued first. Japan is just playing ctahcup. I think the dollar = 97-103 yen is about fair.










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