In automobile sector, speed and cost-effectiveness are two of the strangest bedfellows. The cost of the vehicle speeds past the lower limits quickly as the power of the engine increases. The same is the case with fuel efficiency. As with every other item in the market, low price is accompanied by certain compromises. Luxury is one and the capacity of the engine is another. To put it bluntly, you cannot buy one of those fastest vehicles with high fuel efficiency at a low price. But those who look for fast and economic cars need not get disappointed. There are certain brands that are fast enough and not costly as those fastest cars. One can also go for second hand cars.
One of my favorite stories when speaking or doing a presentation is a science experiment conducted on 10 monkeys. A banana was put at the top of a pole in an enclosed room with the monkeys. Every time one of the monkeys attempted to climb the pole to get the bananas he was knocked down by a jet of water. This went on until all the monkeys gave up attempting to reach the bananas. At this point, the scientists extracted one of the original 10 monkeys and replaced it with a new monkey and turned off the water jet. The new monkey instinctively attempted to climb the pole and grab the bananas. What do you think happened?
Part of the rap against domestic auto manufacturers is they are behind the technological curve, compared to foreign manufacturers. I always thought it was unfair to compare the technology of high-end European imports like Audi, 320D remap, Porsche or Mercedes Benz with the average American sedan, because if the American sedan sold for the same price as those European imports, they could have lots of high tech engineering and gadgets. But American sedans are designed, built – and priced – for the masses. Besides – owning a high-end European import out of warranty is like being without health insurance, if you get my drift. More about that in a future article.
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Neuman reports one in 2.7 men cheat, so clearly it is an issue. So what do we do about it? Like alcoholism, or obesity it doesn’t just happen. Signs always accompany a problem; people don’t just wake up one day an alcoholic or weighing 500 pounds. According to Neuman, in order to avoid cheating, prevention is key. He recommends nurturing the relationship from the beginning, not just right before sensing something is awry.
However, here localization is as much an illusion as assembly plant is. Most of the components that go into the sophisticated seats coming out from Hanil Lear are imported. Lear’s job is mostly all about final assembly. Same for Tata Johnson Controls.
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