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|11th February 2014, 10:51||#31|
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Re: Why dont car manufacturers adopt standard naming conventions for variants
I do not agree that there should be a common nomenclature for variants of cars from a manufacturer. They have produced the car they can name if anyway they want. As a customer all the info that you need about a car and its variants is available as a comparison sheet in it's brochure. The customer should have a look at it and decide what he wants to buy.
Taking this analogy why do all the builders not have a common nomenclature for floors, flats and building number. Why are flats on 1 floor in 3rd building called 113.213,313 etc in any complex we go ?
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