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“The administration’s decision to impose substantial steel and aluminum tariffs will adversely impact automakers, the automotive supplier community and consumers, as this would substantially raise costs and therefore prices of cars and trucks sold in America,” a Toyota spokesperson said.
originally posted by: drewlander
Banks. It used to be you couldnt get a loan for a car.
originally posted by: EternalSolace
Do people really enjoy paying 50K for a 3 year old truck?
I mean, why is a 10 year old truck worth 20k+?
Why don't the general public revolt against these new and used prices and drive these prices to where one doesn't pay 20x what a ten year old truck or SUV is worth...
This inflation is upon us and our willingness to pay 50k+ for a vehicle that only costs 18k or less to produce.
originally posted by: crayzeed
a reply to: Edumakated
I think your wrong. It's not what the market wants, it's what the manufacturers want cos it makes the vehicle more and more complicated and in doing so makes planned obsolescence easier to perform.
The complicated bit means you HAVE to take it to them to be repaired. Easy aint it.