Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Washington, the state
A couple of years ago I drove a couple of Suzuki cars when a relative was looking for a new car. My impression was that they weren't as well developed as other cars on the market, but they were cheap. They might be reliable, but Other brands felt better to drive.
Consumers Union showed how the Samurais rolled in an emergency swerve, not just a claim. Suzuki's expert witnesses testified how the company knew of 213 deaths and 8200 injuries due to roll,overs by the time of the law suit.
Ford is making really good small cars...I'd rather have a Focus than a Toyota Yaris. The Honda Fit is excellent. Minis are fun. The Fiat might be good (and we all know what FIAT stands for--Fix It Again, Tony). No one will even notice that Suzuki cars are gone.
Many of us are comfortable telling the truth and uncomfortable lying.
An ordinary liar lies to gain an advantage.
A pathological liar knows that you know he's lying, and he lies to you anyway. Lying is comforting. Truth telling may be difficult and uncomfortable.