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Old 11-19-2010, 05:15 PM   #15
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Personally I think the IPO of GM was oversold. I hope it stays up but I will bet my lunch money that it is 25 dollar stock in a couple months. Ford is the real ''sleeper'' in this game. Remember when it was five bucks. Don't you wish you had bought a thousand shares at five bucks ........... (I did)

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Old 11-19-2010, 06:07 PM   #16
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Any company that builds something like the Aztec is so far out of touch that success will be hard to sustain. It's all about building an attractive well built car. I hope for all of our sakes that they do succeed.
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Old 11-21-2010, 04:42 PM   #17
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Any company that builds something like the Aztec is so far out of touch that success will be hard to sustain. It's all about building an attractive well built car. I hope for all of our sakes that they do succeed.
My husband bought me a 2010 Buick LaCrosse for Valentines day. I have over 26000 miles on it already. Fantastic Car!
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Old 11-21-2010, 04:54 PM   #18
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I've loved and owned GM and Ford stuff for many decades - never owned one that didn't serve me well - I only bought my current '02 Dodge/Cummins, and the '91 before it, for the Cummins diesel engine, was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the REST of these Dodges. Wife's driver is a '05 Ford Escape, another fine choice for us and our use.

The latest GM?

I'm still concerned that the "Government" part of GM will handicap them, and their offerings for their customers, Like the guy further above - future vehicle buys probably will NOT be from GM...
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The GM thing is just another in a long list of American business giving the shaft to the American public.

I can't believe that these companies are still allowed to claim they are American.

Too big to fail? BS.

Greed is all it is.

Lest we forget, it's pretty hard to "buy American" in WalMart.
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As a owner of two GM vehicles I don't want another one as of now. I have looked at them and to me they look cheap especially the interior. I do like the Corvette and Camero but at my age don't want one, and the Cadillac is too expensive. We are starting to look for something to replace our Buick. I have had two Chrysler vehicles and had nothing but problems. The last one was a 1990 Chrysler that the tranny went out around 20 k miles. When we got it back, we traded it for a 1992 Olds.

The only problem I got with not getting another GM vehicle is where we got our last three vehicles has always giving us the best of service.
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As a owner of two GM vehicles I don't want another one as of now. I have looked at them and to me they look cheap especially the interior. I do like the Corvette and Camero but at my age don't want one, and the Cadillac is too expensive. We are starting to look for something to replace our Buick. I have had two Chrysler vehicles and had nothing but problems. The last one was a 1990 Chrysler that the tranny went out around 20 k miles. When we got it back, we traded it for a 1992 Olds.

The only problem I got with not getting another GM vehicle is where we got our last three vehicles has always giving us the best of service.

I had a 1992 Chrysler LeBaron. Only problems I had were, when brand new the radiator (under warranty) at 70K miles Transmission (under Warranty) and alternator at 170K miles cheap fix. Put 230K miles on that car. After it I bought a 2005 Nissan Sentra. Had it 13 months. It spent 6 weeks of those 13 months at the dealer for recalls and other issues. Then when driving between the weekend house to the house for work the cruise control would not engage. I asked the wife to get manual out and tell me what this flashing light is. I see her head go down. Not good. So I ask again what does it mean. She states there is a problem and take it to a dealer. Didn't even stop at house went straight to Dodge dealer and looked at 2006 RAMs Cummins. By the end of that week was in a Ram Cummins Turbo Desiel. Have never looked back. Last nissan I will ever own.
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