How can we make new cars good again?

My suggestions:

>service life of all major components of at least 400000km is mandatory

>production and availability of new parts for every new model released for at least 15 years is mandatory

>every part that is deemed purposefully designed to fail prematurely is punished by a fine that is 50 percent of the manufacturer's profit for the model in question

and this is how we fix the car industry

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  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >km
    opinion disregarded

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      tough luck, phaggot,
      your imperial units are based on metric.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        and your gay currency is based on the petroDOLLAR because america nukes the shit out of anyone dumb enough to oppose us

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    lmao who buys a new BMW? moron should have leased

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >absolutely no issues for the first 6 years of driving (3k km yearly)
    >first real issue after 15 years
    What's the problem?

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Unless you're a retired 70 year old, driving 3k km a year is a fricking joke.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Or living in a city and not required to drive?

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          If youre not driving that much a new car would probably last just fine

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Looks like a G30, so 2017 or later.
      Maybe it was built in Turkey or something idk

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >G30
        >7 series

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          Oh I thought it was a 5 series, so
          >G11
          >2016 and later

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >3k km yearly
      >rarely used car
      >breaks down by itself
      >what's the problem
      the problem is that the car spends more time getting repaired rather than being driven.
      german engiBlack personing.

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    aren't new BMWs the most reliable car after Lexus?

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    just dont buy shit.
    all informations are available.
    you literally are sitting in front of them.
    if nobody buys this shit anymore, the companies will be forced to sell better products.

    but if you decide emotionally, manipulated by ads, lobby bullyshit, 90s-quality-fantasies, stick-to-brand-because-hurr-durr and image campaigns, no one can help you.
    then you are immature and incompetent.
    a car is first of all a functional object and not the fulfillment of some wet dream.
    perhaps it is a good thing that the costs are rising so brutally, at least that will bring some people back to their senses.
    what they really need.

    arrive at your destination.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >a car is first of all a functional object and not the fulfillment of some wet dream.

      Thats how it is for poor subhumans but not anyone else, otherwise we'd all be driving Ladas.

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        grow up

        >perhaps it is a good thing that the costs are rising so brutally, at least that will bring some people back to their senses.

        Wrong. As everything rises in price and the population is growing, we're moving towards a contract-lease/tokenization/subscription economy model. The average young person knows they will never afford the new trendy EV anytime soon but they can sure have it with the right amount of social credit scores and a $200/month contract

        just let me know when we have the social point system, ok?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Most normies handle cars like appliances tho.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >perhaps it is a good thing that the costs are rising so brutally, at least that will bring some people back to their senses.

      Wrong. As everything rises in price and the population is growing, we're moving towards a contract-lease/tokenization/subscription economy model. The average young person knows they will never afford the new trendy EV anytime soon but they can sure have it with the right amount of social credit scores and a $200/month contract

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >just dont buy shit
      the problem is that all new cars are shit now. older cars could easily go for a million km on original engines if maintained well, nu-cars won't even last 300k (chinkshit will fail at half that). everyone just accepted this and leases nu-cars, and in turn manufacturers care even less about quality since long-term reliability is irrelevant when you lease. at the same time, if you want to OWN an actually reliable vehicle then you have to settle for an older car, with prices for them rising every year since they become more rare, have alternatives and require more maintenance due to being old. the one percent is doing their best to make car ownership a luxury. the free market has failed us. all we are seeing is the one percent monopolizing and lobbying for their interest. it's time for strong government regulation in the interest of the people, not the 1 percent of rich buttholes

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >everyone just accepted this
        no.
        everyone didnt care for so long until all brands went the same way to be competitive to each other.
        emotional need for security: SUV
        I like fast cars: 500hp
        I really enjoy to remin that a golf gti today has the performance of a ferrari from the late 80s.
        only now everyone drives a gti but complains that they cant afford anything fast.
        however, this game has not yet reached all brands and models, at least not when it comes to all components.
        everything that has to prove itself on the market (and not by image) or is dependent on an appropriate price-performance profile in order not to scare away its customer base.
        but these typically are a very functional models in the lower middle class, exactly where people still need to pay attention to this.
        >corolla.exe

        >it's time for strong government regulation in the interest of the people, not the 1 percent of rich buttholes
        I agree 100%.
        extra tax for weight and high consumption etc.
        limit company car privilege to what is required.
        a cayenne with company registration can still deduct the part that a golf or similar costs, but he has to pay for everything else and not the nurse with her taxes who has to take the train to work.

        this statement that the consumer is responsible is a grotesque distraction from misguided political preparation and nothing else.
        no, its not a comfortable truth and no, its not nice or easy but its the only way we can maintain our core lifestyle(housing, heating, food, medical care, mobility)

        eat the rich.

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >service life of all major components of at least 400000km is mandatory
    So no car has ever been good then.
    >butbutbut my (insert favorite car here) made it to 800 billion miles and all I ever had to do was change the oil!
    Nice anecdote, moron, but not a single car model has ever been designed to last 250k miles or averaged 250k miles before needing some major repair.
    >production and availability of new parts for every new model released for at least 15 years is mandatory
    This isn't a problem if you buy popular cars from major brands
    >every part that is deemed purposefully designed to fail prematurely is punished by a fine that is 50 percent of the manufacturer's profit for the model in question
    Unenforceable

    OP is not only a homosexual, but a dumbass

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Meanwhile corporations ...

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      >meanwhile
      >2015
      This isn't relevant anymore.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      i thought EVs didn't need maintenance?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Imagine the Tesdiegays surprise when their double wishbone suspension needs a rebuild because the bushings and steering rods are shot, also the entire battery is shot.

        Literally ack, the vehicle

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        In the same way macs don't get viruses, yeah.

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    ok OP you get on working to make a 400k km vehicle and let me know when it's ready

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