Quote Originally Posted by Rare White Ape View Post
To me itís one of those details that car manufacturers would focus on when going the extra mile to make the overall car ownership experience a good one. Just like door handles that feel nice when you pull on them to open a door, or a tailgate that has an easy action and doesnít hurt your back when you pull it closed.

To some buyers it could be the difference between owning a Toyota or a Hyundai, and which direction they send their 35 thousand salary sacrificed dollars. Not on its own, of course. Washer nozzles have never dictated the buying decisions of anyone. But as part of a raft of details, it matters.
I was going to come in here and say that.

If people had to wait for the fluid on car a, but didn't on car b, what else did they cut corners on car a?