introducing products well-tailored to fit the needs and tastes of American consumers. ... Apropos the relatively docile, easily manageable, and essentially practical motorcycles that Honda introduced in the United States in the early 1960s, that type of product clearly awakened ... Such thoughtful niceties, like the provision of spare fuses in the fuse box beneath the dashboard, did not go unnoticed either.
|Title||:||Japanese exports to the United States|
|Author||:||Wilbur F. Monroe, Wilbur F. Monroe Associates, United States--Japan Trade Council|