National Geographic : 1920 Nov
Why Are Hudson Owners Indifferent to Other Cars? Isn't It Because Contentment In Hudson Ended Inquiry Into Others? Thousands of Hudson owners know no other make of car. Their satisfaction in the Super-Six leaves nothing to tempt them to experiment elsewhere. Our experience gives confidence to count every Hudson purchaser as a permanent owner. Naturally we expect men of wide motor knowledge to select Hudson. But isn't it a revelation of the con vincing way Super-Six performance overshadows the field, that thousands who profess little mechanical knowl edge are just as unerring in their choice? Can Any Endorsement Rival This? For nearly five years Hudson has outsold all the world's fine cars. And today its distinction is so wanted that we see no curb to sales except the pro duction limitations that fine, accurate building imposes. More than 1oo,ooo Super-Sixes are in service. That exceeds the output of any car in its price range by many thou sands. It is a verdict-ioo,ooo strong-for qualities and abilities no other car can share. It fixes the specific reason for dominance of a type, unlike any other car. This chief issue is Hudson endur ance. And it is exclusive, because it results from a patented principle. Others cannot use this invention, which by reducing vibration to within Io% of vanishing, made Hudson's unequaled reliability marks possible. Its Endurance Limits Still Undiscovered Years must elapse before we know the final limit of Super-Six endurance. But the earliest Super-Sixes, built nearly five years ago, and still serving with undiminished satisfaction, testify how car life is practically doubled through this invention. Hudson Motor Car Company, Detroit, Michigan (4005) "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"