American Cars and Foreign Cars Essay

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Cars in America are almost a way of living now. The car a person owns shows the world what kind of person they are. Most of those cars are ten of the major car companies that dominate the car market. There are over 250 million cars on the road in America. Five of those ten car brands are American brands. More people should buy American cars because of the incredible safety and reliability, distinct style, equal or better fuel economy, and the support of American jobs.
American cars are built stronger and more reliable than foreign cars. For over a hundred years, Chevy, Ford, and Chrysler have been building cars that have lasted throughout the decades. In recent years, American cars have constantly stayed with the bar or have pushed the
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“As with the Stingray, the Z06 gets technology to aid fuel economy, although engineers are quick to point out the performance was not compromised in pursuit of this goal.” (Migliore pg.52). American companies can put better technology in their cars to improve everything about the driving experience.
American cars have built performance cars with a distinct style from the 1940’s to present day. For over fifty years American car companies have been manufacturing muscle and sports cars that have set the standard of what an affordable sports/muscle car is. Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge have all made incredible classic cars which will always be remembered. Their iconic style, big horsepower, and major rivalry have made these cars memorable each and every day. The Dodge Challenger, Ford Mustang, and Chevrolet Camaro were America’s muscle cars that defined what it meant to have power under the hood at a stock level. This rivalry, which still stands today, all, started in 1965 when Ford came out with the Mustang. “When the Mustang was introduced at the New York World’s Fair as a mid-year model, it created a sensation and was featured on the cover of both Time and Newsweek” (Delorenzo pg.212). This introduction of the light weight V-8 muscle car led Chevrolet and Dodge to release their muscle car in 1969 and 1970 respectively. The distinct style each car brought has been transferred to the muscle cars of today’s generation. Out of the three, the Challenger looks most

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