What is the best Japanese car company?
In your opinion and why?
- 2 weeks ago
Toyota, every other car my family had was a piece of ****. Then the Toyota was buttery smooth such a good cr
- it is iLv 51 month ago
I'm 47 and still driving my first vehicle, a Toyota, which I bought used. No experience with others so can't say.
- Terrence BLv 72 months ago
Toyota, without a doubt. Here in the US, Toyota paved the way for other Japanese automakers. They sell more cars than the others becaue their reliability as that much better. As reliable as Hondas have been, when it comes to reliability, Toyota is still ahead of them.
- k wLv 72 months ago
not much difference anymore......kia, hundai, honda, toyota......all pretty reliable....can't get any more specific, cuz consumer reports updated, and nuked the worthwhile info they used to have......
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- KazLv 72 months ago
Honda. They are long lasting, dependable cars, that are reasonably priced.
- JetDocLv 72 months ago
I've owned Honda and Toyota over the years, and had good luck with both of them. I don't think there's really that much difference.
- Anonymous2 months ago
All are pretty bad these days. Toyota made some good cars back in the day but quality has come way down due to strict emission restrictions by the government these days.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Honda Car is Best
I bought a Honda Car in 2005 along with family run's very well foreverSource(s): It's a Silver Car
- UserLv 72 months ago
Toyota consistently produces the most reliable vehicles
the problem I have with them (nearly all of their models)
is that my head hits the roof when I sit upright (which is my much-preferred driving position).
I.e. their vehicles - nearly all of them - are made for people shorter than me.
Even their luxury brand, Lexus, has this shortcoming.
I'm about 6'1". On the tall side of things, but not exceptionally so.
SO: if you don't need as much headroom as I do
Toyota / Lexus.
Second-best in reliability (according to Consumer Reports)?
I've had much better luck with comfortable driving position in Nissans, even though their reliability these days is not top-of-the-pack. Of course American cars also typically give plenty of headroom.
SO: if headroom is not an issue, Toyota / Lexus / Mazda.
- rustbucketLv 62 months ago
Subaru, it is aimed at being the best car everything cost-effective.