Motorcycle X

The argument concludes that there must be some reason other than the lack of exceptionally loud noise made by motorcycle X for the failure of the cheaper replica to attract motorcycle X customers. The argument is seriously flawed due to lack of strong evidence to support the conclusion. The weak premises and assumptions do no…

Motorcycle X

The author rejects the claim that the loud engine noise of American-made Motorcycle X appeals to the manufacturer’s customers and explains why they are not attracted to quieter, foreign-made imitations. The author’s rejection is based on two reasons. First, the author points out that foreign cars tend to be quieter than similar American-made cars, yet…

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Citing facts that the company which has copied motorcycle X and is selling it for less has failed to attract motorcycle X customers, the author argues that there must be some explanations other than lacking the exceptionally loud noise made by motorcycle X. To support the argument, the author cite the fact that foreign cars…

Motorcycle X

A part of an article in the local newspaper claims that although some say that one foreign company fails to gain motorcycle X customers by copying motorcycle X products in that the former company’s product lacks the exceptionally loud noice made by motorcycle X, some other facts may better explain the reason for foreign company’s…