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Post time 2013-11-5 13:00:52 |Display all floors
Robert @loyal American Dissident

I was just at the GOOGLE SEARCH just now>>>scary figures

>>>Bottom 50% Americans - median household income is like US$20,000!!!!!!
>>>For them to buy American rebadged cars in a NO BRAINER.
>>>Anywhere between US$10,000 to US$20,000 per new car.

Yet to find out what's the AVERAGE household income for the bottom 80% households.
>>>probably around US$40,000 or so? 3 pax per household?

China made cars, or USA rebadged or USA outsourced component automobiles is definately true.

EU and ATRS are a different breed>>>>>these countries are more keen on the MASS TRANSIT route//to conserve on fuel

China is similar to USA, perhaps it can do the EU, ATRS in it's SUPERCENTRES>>if they want//only a matter of local government policies........dependent on the condition of the individual province plus it's perceived real condition.

NOW, your EFFORT in the making GROCERIES affordable in the NEW YORK preMegaCity is great!
Am I the ONLY ONE, a Non American - who really understand your REAL CONCERNS about the ORDINARY American citizens!!!!!

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Post time 2013-11-5 13:04:34 |Display all floors
Robert @loyal American Dissident.

A little help <for you> about the TRICKS of INTERNATIONAL MEDIA.

>>Mass transit
>>Public housing

The reported figures are for the MIDDLE CLASS and probably the "middle income workers" only.
so go figure...........

....so be wary about the "APPARENT INFLATED" figures. Very misleading.

Studying your mind map>>>you like the China style methods>>protect the masses! You are a solid socialist and definately not a commie.

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Post time 2013-11-5 13:26:59 |Display all floors
greendragon Post time: 2013-11-5 10:58
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Most Brits cannot afford REAL BRITISH marques>>>>mostly expensive high quality vehic ...

Japanese and Korean make good cars

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Post time 2013-11-5 18:09:47 |Display all floors
Pond Post time: 2013-11-5 13:26
Japanese and Korean make good cars

But you have never driven an Indian car before have you?

No, most probably you won't be able to afford one.

The newest stretched luxury Indian Range Rover is priced at US$ 160,000. My in India will these expensive Indian cars be sold.

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Post time 2013-11-5 19:11:55 |Display all floors
Bombay_plumber Post time: 2013-11-5 18:09
But you have never driven an Indian car before have you?

No, most probably you won't be able to a ...

I drove a Tata 4wd in East Timor, it was rubbish. Does that count :)?

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This post was edited by KIyer at 2013-11-5 21:51

Of course, I would drive a chinese car, if I can find the right one for me here in Australia - it is difficult though. Btw, Here they banned the cheapest car on grounds of it not meeting 'new' safety standards - a Chinese make.
Looks like more of the world will be able to afford Chinese only cars in the future, if they want to keep their budget within what they can afford, for basic transportation. The potential volume of sales should be very high! The Japanese quality will always survive. Those that are not high enough quality or very low in price will likely become extinct..
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