european carAmerican-made vehicles certainly have a longer standing in the world than those made by foreign automakers, but after pulling alongside the likes of Chevy and Ford in the mid-20 th century, European car makers have since pulled way ahead and are now the envy of serious car buyers around the world. If you’re debating the foreign vs. domestic question regarding your next car purchase, consider these top reasons to go with a European model. And if you already have a European car, these points might come in handy the next time you have a discussion with a fellow car enthusiast regarding the merits of a European vehicle.

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Unmatched Performance

For starters, few American-made cars can match the performance of their European counterparts in virtually all segments. Whether you’re looking for a fuel-efficient coupe, a luxury sedan, or a high-performance roadster, you won’t regret your decision to go with a European brand once you open it up on the road. European performance tuning shops in Santa Clara can help you take your car’s performance to even higher levels for an unbelievable driving experience every time you sit behind the wheel.

Head-Turning Style

While American-made vehicles have only recently started to receive design praise, European models have long set the bar for what a “good looking car” means. There are also a wide variety of aftermarket body kits and upgrades available at your local Bay Area European auto service shop that can give your Porsche, Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, or Volkswagen a head-turning quality like no other vehicle on the road.

Impeccable Engineering

In fairness to American-made vehicles, the quality of domestic cars and trucks is nearly on par with that of European makes and models, but only European automakers have a longstanding history of quality that gives buyers like you more confidence and greater peace of mind. If you want to know just how reliable a European car is, talk to a European automotive repair technician and you’ll hear why automakers like BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi have a huge edge on American cars in terms of engineering.



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