Top 10 Automobile companies in the world 2016
The automobile sector is one the most powerful industries in the world. With millions of people buying new cars every year, this industry has grown in leaps in bounces since the invention of the car. Prominent players include names like Toyota, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, GM, BMW, Volkswagen etc.
The top 10 automobile companies in the world 2016 list contains the biggest automobile manufacturer in the world.
Here is a list of the top 10 automobile companies in the world in 2016. There are no big surprises in the list of the world’s top 10 automobile companies this year, just a slight shuffling of the order.
Top 10 Automobile companies in the world 2016:
10. SAIC Motor
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Wow.When the graphics showed Nissan you showed the GT-R.
When the graphics showed VW you showed the Beetle.
The graphics showed a racing car from japan and a old timer from germany.When it would be the opposite there would be a porsche 918 spyder and a old nissan.
I wish the graphics would be more equalized.
(No hate just my opinion)
Nevermind Buggatti, wich can't take on a corner, but Audi, Seat, Skoda and even Lamborghini are known to be very unreliable, i mean look at Lambos they burn in big numbers, youtube is full with videos containing burning Lambos, the rest of VW are at the bottom of top30 reliability , complicated Diesels with turbos breaking before 100.000km and defectous EGR's, and it's the most important thing on the cars in 2017, thing were Germany fails seriously and that is the electronics, German electronics is shitty compared to Made in China, worst thet even gasoline engines in VW group are unreliable thanks to shitty electronics.
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