While Japanese vehicles are not usually as fast as or don’t handle quite as well as their European counterparts, they generally run for a much longer period of time and require a lot less maintenance.
If you’re looking for a high-performance vehicle, then buy European.
Are European cars better?
European car makers design their vehicles to be safe as well. However, they use stronger parts because they DON’T want their cars to crumple. This leads to them lasting longer and gives them a better shelf life than their American counterparts.
Are German or Japanese cars better?
With more advance cars, German cars give more sturdier feel, controlled and smooth ride whereas Japanese cars would likely to shake a lot in bumpy roads. For interior, owners would likely choose German cars. German cars have better stereo and also comfort comes to those who sits at the back row.
Are Japanese cars really more reliable?
“Overall, Japanese manufacturers have been making very reliable vehicles, especially those from Toyota and Lexus,” says Anita Lam from Consumer Reports’ Automotive Data team. “But it doesn’t mean all Japanese models are reliable.” According to Consumer Reports, Nissan and its Infiniti luxury brand are struggling.
Do Japanese cars last longer?
Japan cars last longer, because they’re simple.