Yes I bought two but it was because the particular dealership was honest and didn't screw around on the sale (they even dissuaded me from purchasing an extended warranty). But if you notice my latest vehicle is a VW, again mostly because of the dealership. None of my kids own a Toyota, they have a Ford and a Honda, nor do any of my neighbors as far as I know. A lot of domestic trucks in this neighborhood.Because you bought two. Lol. Because you’re going to have kids and tell them to buy Toyota. Because your neighbor has one and told you how good it was. Because Toyota made the decision to build a high quality vehicle, and that works for them. Because Toyota’s (most of them) will run for well past a warranty on 10,000 mile intervals (for some people), and Toyota will hedge their bet by specifying a 5,000 mile interval for almost every driving condition OTHER THAN IDEAL. That would mean cold weather. Hot weather, dusty conditions, extended idling, towing, hauling, city, short trips, hills. They consider all that^^outside of ideal driving or “normal” driving.
Because after the third owner hits at 120,000 miles for most of their cars, it’s way past game over for Toyota’s obligations for the original buyer. That’s a fact.
But beyond that I'm not sure what the rest of your post means. It's hard to argue that Toyota and Honda aren't exceptionally reliable in the general marketplace. If you wish to pick on a particular manufacturer for not caring what happens after the warranty it might be easier to chose a different one.