Actually, in most of the countries around the globe, assembling and finishing is robotic/automative. That means high degree of consistency. Here Pakistani automobile manufacturers adopt manual labour on the assembly lines, so there will be inconsistencies (which should be to an acceptable degree). Take the example of misaligned tail lights, imperfections in paint job, improper balancing of wheels, mysterious scratches in a brand new car. This statement of mine does not include factors that we all lambast such as lack of features or even A-quality tyres in the current price point. So a lot is left to be desired for. But hey, look at the bright side. We get to do the rest of IMC's work and add accessories, some of which should have come standard. Isn't that satisfying?
Bhaio, in the end, we are not worthy of deserving such things in life.
Be thankful to Almighty Allah Subhan Wataala for all that is surrounding us, be thankful for the mornings you see regularly which we take for granted, be thankful for XLi, GLi, 1.6, 1.8, CVTi blah blah because if we look deep down, we don't DESERVE what we have.
Have a nice day, everyone.
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