Side-view mirrors show Detroit?s problems.

It?s no secret that like companies like Nissan and Toyota are outrunning their American rivals, but now a new study has put a number on the advantage Asian automakers have over Detroit?s Big Three. U.S. automakers make an average of $2,400 less per vehicle than their Japanese counterparts because of less-efficient purchasing and manufacturing procedures, according to a study by the Harbour-Felax Group, an industry consulting firm based in suburban Detroit.

Side-view mirrors show Detroit?s problems.
xcel, Oct 19, 2006
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