gm0n3y: "Its made in Hungary, which could be bad for quality."
Ouch, the beauty of the combination of arrogance & sheer ignorance...why posting without any clue, seriously?
Had you have any clue about cars or Hungary you'd already know that *ALL* Audi TT comes from Hungary or that Suzuki supplies most of Europe from its Hungarian plant, GM (under Opel brand) makes its engines in Hungary (also for trucks), Ford has a complex parts mfr'ing operation - all this, of course, brought up the whole net of industry suppliers and additional part manufacturing plants (brakes, tires, engines etc) etc in Hungary in the past 15-20 years. Most recently even the very picky Mercedes started building its first-ever non-Western plant in Hungary, the home of their 3 new upcoming vehicle classes. What'sfunny is that even dirt-cheap Indian carmakers are reportedly surveying Hungary for possible sites, to have a HQ in Europe, where they can attack the EU market.
A telling number: IIRC some ~20% of total manufacturing output of Hungary is coming from the car industry...
In fact most Central or Eastern-European countries are the biggest car makers in Europe: Hungary, Czech, Slovakia, Romania, Poland, Slovenia etc all host several car factories of major brands/makers.
Icing on the cake: all article I read recently said their output will be doubled in the next decade - which leads me to think that more and more of the auto industry will move into the Central and Eastern European region.