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American and Foreign Cars
Submitted by: cbrooks26
Date Submitted: 10/27/2013 07:33 PM
Category: Miscellaneous
Words: 866
Pages: 4
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Chaynacie Brooks
Joseph McGregor
ENGL-112-NG
10/21/2013

American and Foreign Cars

In the early twentieth century Henry Ford manufactured the world's first automobile, the Model T. Since then, the world has relied on automotive transportation. Today the automotive industry generates many different types and styles of cars. Primarily there are two styles of automobiles, American and foreign. The different styles of automobiles have comparable similarities and differences according to design, performance and value. There will always be American and foreign made cars, but the two styles are becoming more and more alike. The biggest difference between American and foreign made cars is design. From the earliest days of the automobile, the majority of American cars were larger in size then most foreign made cars. The same is true today when Americans have a reputation for making "full-size" cars. Moreover, foreign cars have been known to be more stylish then most American cars. Foreign cars are designed to accommodate the driver and passengers with luxury and comfort in order to make the driving experience as pleasurable as possible. Most American cars are thought to have a simple and boring design that is inconsiderate to the driver unlike foreign design, which should be a pedestal that American designers should strive to compete with.

On the other hand, design is a matter of taste according to the buyer of the car. Another comparable difference between American and foreign cars is performance. American cars have been known to have bigger engines, which gives the cars a certain feel to the way it drives. Unlike American cars, most foreign cars have smaller but more complex engines, which make the car more responsive in driving. Whether the car is American or foreign, certain cars are built for performance. Foreign cars have a more complex engineering then most American cars. Not all foreign cars are faster than American cars, there are many fast American- made cars such as the Ford GT and the Corvette SS but most of the time foreign are faster because in other countries like Europe or Asia the freeway speeds are up to a 150mph minimum. This is why the foreign cars are generally faster and made to match country limits. American cars are a domestic product and have free range; however foreign cars shouldn’t be restricted by law. I would say that foreign cars or other products shouldn’t be restricted by law since almost everyone wants to have the same technology as other foreign countries such as Japan. Foreign cars are often found in Europe, China...
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