Should a Toyota guy go Chevy?

Should a Toyota guy go Chevy?

There are 44 comments on the Boston.com story from Mar 4, 2014, titled Should a Toyota guy go Chevy?. In it, Boston.com reports that:

Q. I'm in the market for a comfortable, large, front wheel drive sedan. I've been a Toyota guy most of my adult life and was naturally looking at the Avalon, but I'm hearing really good things about the new Chevrolet Impala.

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Ted

Springfield, IL

#41 Mar 21, 2014
Root wrote:
I believe personal choice is the most important.
What about the choice of GM and Toyota? 1.2 billion.......could GM survive without a bailout by Detroit?
Ted

Springfield, IL

#42 Mar 21, 2014
2007-Toyota Tundra 5.7 l, the 1/2 ton truck with a 3/4 ton drivetrain: First- truck with surround airbags,(First-turbo-boost 550HP&501F#:) First-381HP&401F#, First VVT, First-6 speed tranny,First-racing exhaust, First-10.5" ringgear, First-4:3 ratio,First- 13.9" dual caliper disc brakes,First- 10,000+ towing , First- 18" wheels- standard, First- tailgate assist, First- To hold 7 years of awards for best in class(JD Powers) Now, go back and see just how dominant the Tundra still is and always will be. Show us a First, just one that a domestic 1/2 ton had, just one. Ford thinks(on paper) that a DI(turbo) V6 can pull 11,000lbs all day........never going to happen, not in the real world. The Tundra made the domestics go back to the drawing board....they still never knew what hit them. They are still playing ketchup.....never going to happen. Not on this earth!!!!!!!
Teddy Bear

Fairfax, VA

#43 Mar 21, 2014
What about the choice of GM and Toyota? 1.2 billion.......could Toyota survive without a bailout by Tokyo?

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liner

Patchogue, NY

#45 Dec 6, 2014
Beaks wrote:
They certainly should switch go Chevy!!!. Because Toyota is engineered by those stupid Japs!. Japanese engineers engineer the quality out of their products, they don't care about their products, just profits!!!. A good engineer will create a product as cheap as possible and at the same time make it as good as possible. Those Japs make a product as cheap as possible, they don't care about the quality!!!. For example, I bought a AM radio made in Japan that had just 2 IF stages in it, a good AM radio will have 3 of those in it. And most made by other countries will have 3 stages in it. With just 2 IF stages, a AM radio will hardly pick up a local radio station!. And I bought a Minota camera made in Japan and it took blurry pictures. Yes Jap made stuff does live up to its name!!!. So if you buy Japan or products designed by Japan, BE WARE!!!.
So Toyota became the best selling car company in the world by engineering their products to be as cheap as possible, while Chevy engineered their products to, let's see, go bankrupt? And trust me, NOBODY, except you apparently, has bought an AM radio since 1967. Japanese cameras have been the class of the field for a very long time. Perhaps you didn't know how to read the instructions to focus the "Minota" camera you bought?
Stop wasting our time.

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