Competitors seek to capture Toyota, H...

Competitors seek to capture Toyota, Honda customers

There are 9 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from Jan 29, 2010, titled Competitors seek to capture Toyota, Honda customers. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

Toyota's expanded recall of eight of its most popular models over safety concerns involving a sticking gas pedal was punctuated Friday by another recall from Honda.

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Just the facts

West Covina, CA

#1 Jan 30, 2010
Clippinger (Ziad Alhassen) only has 30 cars total on all of his 7 dealerships Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ford, Chevorlet, Hummer and Mazda. Most of the vechiles are Police Cars and commerical equipment / Trucks. He sells 1 car a month between them all now, this month he has doubled his sales he sold 2. He has like 12 employees total with 7 dealerships 7 Eleven has more employees and does more in sales then all the Ziad Alhassen Dealerships combined.
billyboy

Prentice, WI

#2 Jan 30, 2010
Sorry, but I wouldn't buy a Ford or GM product for any reason; besides lets do the math, GM and Ford have more vehicles recalled than any other manufacturer; ever. So keep your incentives to move me from my Toyota.
toyota in the toilet

Woodleaf, NC

#3 Jan 30, 2010
billyboy wrote:
Sorry, but I wouldn't buy a Ford or GM product for any reason; besides lets do the math, GM and Ford have more vehicles recalled than any other manufacturer; ever. So keep your incentives to move me from my Toyota.
I would push my chevy before I ever bought a pos toyota!!!
yyyy

AOL

#4 Jan 30, 2010
billyboy wrote:
Sorry, but I wouldn't buy a Ford or GM product for any reason; besides lets do the math, GM and Ford have more vehicles recalled than any other manufacturer; ever. So keep your incentives to move me from my Toyota.
Well try to keep you foot off the gas then!
whittier resident

Bell, CA

#5 Jan 30, 2010
World War 2 was what 60 years ago, Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and all anybody drives now are German and Japanese cars. Wow how things can change in a few decades. It makes me feel good to buy American and yes their quality really sucked in the 80's and 90's but today they make as good a car as anybody except maybe the ones going for $100,000 or more.
Just the facts

West Covina, CA

#6 Jan 31, 2010
Please tell me what's American anymore Ford's are made in Mexico and Chrysler's are made in Canada
whittier res

Bell, CA

#7 Jan 31, 2010
Just the facts wrote:
Please tell me what's American anymore Ford's are made in Mexico and Chrysler's are made in Canada
Yea I know, but still makes me feel better to buy a chevy, ford or dodge.
miller time

Philadelphia, PA

#8 Feb 1, 2010
3 words
made in america!

denso pedals made in japan work fine.
cts pedals from indiana, kill people.
must have been miller time when they made that batch

as soon as I heard of the problem, I said to myself "well, they do make them here now."
relax

Bell, CA

#9 Feb 1, 2010
billyboy wrote:
Sorry, but I wouldn't buy a Ford or GM product for any reason; besides lets do the math, GM and Ford have more vehicles recalled than any other manufacturer; ever. So keep your incentives to move me from my Toyota.
Keep your toyota, just get the peddle fixed before it kills you and your family.

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