• Henry Posted: 10/30/2008 2:45pm PDT

    THIS WILL NEVER CATCH ON IN THE US, IT HASN'T IN THE PAST, AND WON'T. TRADITIONAL PICK-UP DRIVERS AREN'T GOING TO BE FOUND DRIVING ONE OF THESE, AND THOSE WHO AREN'T TRADITIONAL PICK-UP DRIVERS WILL SWITCH VEHICLE CATEGORIES AND MOVE INTO A SEDAN OR SOMETHING ELSE.
    AMERICA DOESN'T NEED THIS VEHICLE... WE DON'T WANT IT EITHER!

  • Reece Posted: 10/28/2008 6:49pm PDT

    As it has already been developed by Holden Pontiac's only cost is advertising. drop in the Aussie $ also means it will be profitable to export it to US. Give it a go, if it succeeds great, if not who is hurt? GM can't keep doing business as normal and this is no Aztec.

  • savoy Posted: 10/28/2008 2:50pm PDT

    Thats sums it all up. Pontiac-amino.

  • Eric CS Posted: 10/28/2008 2:19pm PDT

    Production plans made years ago are difficult to overturn today.
    On the other hand, my uncle in South America loves his Ford Pampa (a smaller FWD car/truck). They are indeed popular in many countries for their fuel savings, affordability, and car-like ride and handling. I hope Americans will see the benefit of trading in their F-150 grocery-getters for this.

  • Tom Posted: 10/28/2008 10:53am PDT

    El Camino anyone?

  • Dave S Posted: 10/28/2008 10:10am PDT

    Like I said on another post, make Pontiac an Holden exclusive line. this truck has me scratching my head. In a way I dont get it but back in he 60s and 70s Pontiac used to be the rebal carline from GM and this kind of has the same feel. You have to admit it does look cool.

  • John V Posted: 10/28/2008 9:29am PDT

    One possibility, two words: Bob Lutz?
    (He's fond of it?)

  • Guzzer Posted: 10/27/2008 11:41pm PDT

    Yeah its a good investment... because essentially with the development of the G8 and Camaro this thing is only gravy since they are producing a UTE for the Aussie market. Bring it on, with a 3.6L V6 and 6MT.