Clears up misconceptions about Japanese quality, argues that Americans underestimate American quality, and describes Japanese predatory business practicesBoth a small car and a large car could have the same rating for trunk space even though the large car may have a trunk space ... To determine this we went to the 1994 Consumer Reports Buying Guide book and looked under the category of aquot; Good aamp; bad bets in used cars, aquot; which considered models from 1987 to 1991. ... In 1992, Consumer Reports compared sport utility vehicles by examining the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the Ford Explorer, the Isuzu Trooper, and the Mitsubishi Montero.
|Title||:||The myths of Japanese quality|
|Author||:||Ray E. Eberts, Cindelyn G. Eberts|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1995|