I drive Japanese cars for one very important reason: they’re designed so that the vertically challenged can see over the steering wheel and the hood without having to use pillows. For me, that’s the alpha and omega of car buying. Go for the companies that manufacture seats that go “up” high enough. Others say their seats go up, but they’re lying. I also like the reliability I’ve had with my Japanese cars, but that might just be luck, and it’s probably a fluke that my GM minivan (which I owned almost a decade ago) was a lemon.
This commercial, though, really make me want to stand up and cheer for Ford: