Does it really matter if I buy/ drive Japanese car in USA. Will I be stereotyped? Just curious.
Half of the "Japanese" cars sold in the US are assembled in the US plants anyway. Except for the ones made in Canada or Mexico. yeah, there are still some made in Japan, but most not.
No it shouldn't matter.
What, why? Practically every car is Japanese and no one notices that anyway.
It won't matter at all. TONS of cars in the world are made in Japan. It's just a great place for technology.
Yeash you will!!!!!! How un-American I cant even believ you would ask it.
So many Japanese cars are sold in the USA it's not even funny! :p seriously don't even think twice about it :)
I buy what gives me the most bang for my buck, and that's Japanese autos
I have a German car. A BMW. Think it is one of the best cars made. I am not embarrassed or care what other people think.
Only if it's a Honda