Most of these do not neccesarily suck, as I own a car that had 90,000 miles on it, coming close to 100,000.
Buying a foreign car does not put ANYONE out of work, becuase there are more than one hundred-fifty million people who own cars. At least three-quarters of whom own a $20,000 American car (on average).
The cadillac has 99,995 miles on the clock. The scrap yard is six miles away, and I only have the energy to push it half a mile- see my dilema?
BMW Owner: "That piece of shit Cobalt was made in Mexico, my 325i was made in South Carolina."
The main companies making these shit-box cars are: GMC (who owns Buick,Cadillac,Chevrolet,GMC,Hummer,Pontiac,Saturn and Oldsmobile), Ford Motor Company (Who owns Ford, Lincoln and Mercury) and Chrysler (Who owns Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Plymouth, AMC and Eagle).
These major companies are years behind in their car output, in that they still seem to think it's a good idea to make large cars, even though basically every other reputable car company makes small cars, and often these small cars are the best-selling in the range. This is evident in that the best selling car in the US is the Toyota Camry.