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Some of the top-selling car brands in the United States are Japanese — Toyota, Honda, and Nissan especially. But the reverse isn't true – General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler combined make up only .3% of the Japanese auto market. With strict regulations, strong local manufacturing, and a particularly Japanese way of retailing cars, the country will likely continue to be a difficult place for American automakers.
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Why do you think American cars don't sell in Japan? Protectionism? Reliability? Vehicle size? Lack of dealer support?

Is it worthwhile for U.S. companies to invest in the Japanese market?
Paras Biswas
Correct reason japanese quality is best America can't give quality only concern about profit
sutl liao
Small parking space certificate 4.7M*1.7M
Gaurav Sabadra
US cars not popular even in India. They are not fuel efficient. Not every have cheap fossil fuels.
Just Passingby
The way a very developed...1st world country that takes great pride in their automobiles... fell short of the standards of Japan...it's not new about many other things since we're talking about JAPAN...but still...it's fascinating...
Josh Lloyd
Americans cars are garbage. Too much politics. Many say the unions have killed the American auto industry.
John Holst
Americans just don't get it. When you live in a country with small roads, small parking spaces and high gas prices, you don't want to drive a massive vehicle. That's why Americans don't understand the concept of luxury sub compact cars. "Why buy an A Class, when you can buy a Mustang for the same price?" Duh! Until US companies are willing to make competitive cars that the world wants, this will be the norm.
Ryan Darko
Because them and Germany are beyond financially successful since ww2. They’re brand motor vehicles butchers is economically. This video should be viewed more in more aspects. You will never beat a German or Japanese vehicle in aspects. You can’t. They aren’t companies they are dynasties
induristan
Just to get this right: A mojrity of US citizens decide to buy a NEW car, walk to the dealer and choose one of the cars that is directly available?

That's ridiculous (no offense) to me! The whole point of getting a new car is that I can configure it (online or at the dealer's) like I need it: From engine size to electronics, from colour to software. If I do not do this I would buy a USED car - saves a lot of money.


Besides: Of course I expect a dealer to invest time & service: At least a coffee or water, free WiFi and - most important - after sales services: Free car when mine is in service or pick up of my car, service reminder ....
Shale Vrgorac
Actually...nobody loves american cars
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Tesla is good.
But I dont want Ford and GM.
Abdul Qadir
Because they are Rubbish
dashcammer
Huge tariffs.
Gerrie herwijnen
Let me gues, they slurp patrol gasoline ?? I havent watched the video..im from Europe i drive a Punto Abarth 1.8..
GoodbyePanama
The purchase process for a new car in USA is based on the hustle - double-talking salesmen and women trying to get the buyer to spend 100s or 1000s of dollars extra on unnessary stuff like the undercoat and all sorts of similar nonsense. Like Good Guys stereo stores trying to sell the buyer a useless warantee when the equipment already comes with a warantee. Really annoying to have to go through that crap everytime you make a significant purchase.
Francis Tan
Dont blame other country rules or consumer.. blame on your products.
Johnny
Car manufacturing is a big part of the Japanese manufacturing, Japanese citizens wisely buy Japanese only to support Japanese industry.
Jorge Meza
I wonder if land cruisers are popular in Japan? 🤔
Nelio De Jesus
Funny how the USA calls high standards of safety barriers
Mohammed Alhag
Because American 🇺🇸🗽cars are Unificient. The are huge most of the times, not economic and stupid. While Japanese cars are totally the opposite.

Not only Japan don't like American cars, but also many countries around the world.
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Why Medical Bills In The US Are So Expensive Why Ford And Other American Cars 7 months ago   14:57

The American health-care system is in a tug of war between physicians, hospitals, insurance companies, pharmaceuticals and shareholders. At the center of it all are the patients.

Ashley Palmiscino's insurance company was billed roughly $4 million for her five-month-old son Luca's lung transplant. Her family had to turn to fundraising almost immediately just to keep up with the medical bills, and she's not alone. One-third of the money raised on GoFundMe last year went to medical campaigns.

So how did we get here, and how do we turn things around?

"Once there's all this money sloshing around in a system, there's this sort of pile-on effect where everyone wants to grab their bit of this huge pot of money," said Elisabeth Rosenthal, a former physician who wrote a book about how health care became big business.

"Now what we have as we're trying to take it back and reduce costs is everyone is desperately clinging to their piece of the pie."
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