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German Engineering or American made; What should you buy?

German Engineering or American made;  What should you buy?

There has always been competition among the American and German automobile manufacturers as to who is the best in the automobile industry. The main difference between these two automobile manufacturers is that German vehicles are made up to standard, whereas American cars are made down to the price. This is the main reason why German cars are said to be better engineered than American cars. German vehicles have achieved this reputation owing to the success that they have received due to their achievements in motorsport, both in circuit and rally racing; also, German cars have made the benchmark for the built quality and technological advancements in the European automobile market.

On the contrary, if we discuss the American cars, they cost more than the German cars in Europe because they are imported. This is why in Europe, people have always preferred German engineering over American made vehicles.

The main focus will be to highlight how German engineering is different and more reliable than American vehicles. We will discuss how the experts have rated the German and American cars based upon drive, reliability, style and cost.

If you live in New Jersey and are looking for some Quality German and American cars, you should visit the Bavarian Auto Gallery. Our dealership provides the best German Cars for Sale in Elizabeth, NJ. Even if you prefer American cars, you do not need to worry because this dealership provides quality American-made cars for sale in Elizabeth, NJ.

How Does it Drive and Reliability?

When comparing German cars and American cars, it is to be noted that European, American and Asian vehicles have heavily influenced each other. They have been in competition for many years now, yet the difference is still there, but it has been reduced over time.

If we talk about German cars, many people believe that German cars are not as reliable as American cars. If that were true, Germany would not have ranked in the exports of vehicles worldwide. German cars account for almost one-fifth of the total; if the German cars were not reliable, how can this fact be actual?

One of the top brands globally known for their outstanding drive and reliability is the German automobile manufacturers like Mercedes, BMW, Volkswagen and Porsche. In terms of reliability, German cars are best known for producing all sorts of vehicle types with excellent mileage; some of the top brands like Mercedes and Volkswagen claim that their vehicles travel from 150,000 miles to 1,000,000 and even further. The reason for that is the German cars are built with extreme care, and precession and the engineering behind their cars have no competition; not even the Americans can match the level of automobile engineering of the Germans. So if you wish to buy a German car in New Jersey, you should visit the Bavarian auto gallery dealership, where you can select from Quality Used BMWs in Elizabeth, NJ.

Style: How does it look

When it comes to purchasing a vehicle, one of the top priorities of the buyer is to receive a unique and handsome one. American automobile manufacturers and German automobile manufacturers have always competed to decide who makes the best design and style of the vehicle.

Top American automobile manufacturers like Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge and Tesla are world- famous for producing vehicles with immaculate styling and charm. German automakers like BMW, Mercedes, Volkswagen, and others have also made world-class vehicles in all categories in competition with these brands. It is not easy to decide which automaker is the best in styling because style is a relative term and different people have different preferences for design and style. But one thing is clear that the German and American Automakers are the best in the business when styling and designing their vehicles.


If you are a buyer in the United States, German cars will be more expensive for you. That involves the import tax implied on German vehicles because foreign vehicles are always higher. German automakers also spend more money on manufacturing and development costs because they focus on manufacturing their cars at the highest quality standards. One other reason why German cars are more expensive than American cars is that they have a more advanced level of technology used in their vehicles which usually costs more. German vehicles are seen as a status symbol which makes them exclusive. This is another selling point for the German automakers to make their cars more expensive.

Looking For Quality Used German or American Vehicles for Sale Near You , Elizabeth, NJ?

German and American vehicles are always considered the best in the business due to the quality that they deliver in their cars for many decades now. But it should be noted that German engineering gets a slight edge in comparison. German engineering has become so premium that they are known as the symbol of quality across the world. Famous car manufacturers like BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Volkswagen and Porsche are the topmost automobile brands globally, and they are all German. Every car manufacturer looks at these brands as the standard of quality they should compete with.

German automobile engineering has reshaped the whole automobile sector; they have defined what is meant by delivering quality as different from the perceived quality.

If you are looking to purchase your first or next Quality pre-owned German Engineered or American Made Car near you in Elizabeth, NJ, then look no further than Bavarian Auto Gallery! We pride ourselves on the high quality Vehicles we have in stock and want to get you excited about your next vehicle purchase.

Come down if you are in Elizabeth NJ and get the best deal on your next quality used Car today!

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