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Where have all the Daihatsus gone? Well the Japanese brand hasn't imported a single new car into the UK since 2009, because the strength of the yen has made it utterly uneconomical. Now, with Europe-wide sales of less than 20,000 cars per year, Daihatsu says it's withdrawing from all European markets by 2013. Daihatsu still lives on in Japan but you and I will never be able to buy another Charade, Sirion or Terios. But then we never did, did we?
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THE REASON FOR THE DEMISE OF THE BRITISH CAR INDUSTRY WAS NOT THE FACT THAT WE ARE BAD AT RUNNING LARGE BUSINESSES IT WAS LARGELY DOWN TO THE LEFT WING /COMMUNIST UNIONS WHO DESTROYED THE INDUSTRIAL BASE OF THIS COUNTRY
GUESS WHAT THEY ARE STILL IN BUSINESS OF DOING THERE UPMOST TO RUIN THE REST OF THE UK
THEY AND THERE PUPPETS IN THE LIEBOUR PARTY WHO WANT MORE DOMINATION BY THE CORRUPT E.U WHO WANT TO COMPLETELY RUIN THIS COUNTRY
Owned a few in my time,mainly 99's and a 900 turbo......back when they DID make a damn good car.
But are there really enough big-city mayors and old-money aristocrats to support such a brand?
Yes there are loads of them, we can give one each to the house of lords and parliament too
That could keep TATA going for a few years.
Whats wrong with Rover at least they were British and good cars .Unfortunately we Brits are crap at running large scale manufacturing buisinsses.
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