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For years “German Engineering” has ridden on the coat tails of the real quality behind their reputation, the skill, training, and work ethic of the German factory worker. We see this now as they have been outsourcing manufacturing and assembly of their vehicles and components. My ’98 s420 was assembled in Stuttgart by the German metal workers union, IG Metall, and it’s build quality and attention to detail are simply amazing, If you compare customer satisfaction ratings on models made exclusively in Germany, you will find the ratings much higher than models made at other global plants, not to mention problems caused by outsourced parts, no matter who installs them!