Well in short, Conti cars are grand, big, sturdy, German-like tanks with huge rims and rigid chassis, suitable for high speeds on the open roads and Autobahn.
Japanese cars on the other hand, are nimble, compact, precise and arguably more reliable over time and consequentially, more affordable and modifiable.
In short, if you want to impress the girl or the family, drive a lavish, grand Conti car like a BMW 5 Series or a Mercedes E250. If you want no headaches and love your wallet, drive a jap car like a Toyota Allion or Honda Vezel.
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