• carfan Posted: 8/16/2010 10:04am PDT

    Saab isn't dead buddy. Has been owned by Spyker for quite some time. Good article but way to stay in the loop. Unless you're referring to people missing Saab being under the GM umbrella. In which case, that's likely very very few people.

  • richard avatar Richard Posted: 8/16/2010 11:27am PDT

    @Carfan: Yes, I was. And I think it's very, very, very few.

  • fb_100000012121602 avatar Bernard Posted: 8/16/2010 5:32pm PDT

    Hey Richard,
    You know I never thought of why Tiger would endorse Buick but, It makes sense about a senior audience watching golf..None the less, I have always been a big fan of Buick (rent a car wise) very roomy and with a touch of elegance.. Way to go Buick for being in the fold.

  • Moody Saaber Posted: 8/16/2010 7:10pm PDT

    What's the matter with you? Aren't you supposed to know about cars? Saab has escaped GM and left the Trollblazer and Saabaru behind and is under new ownership ... Spyker (exotic cars of The Netherlands).

  • Moody Saaber Posted: 8/16/2010 7:13pm PDT

    What's the matter with you? Aren't you supposed to know about cars? Saab has escaped GM and left the Trollblazer and Saabaru behind and is under new ownership ... Spyker (exotic cars of The Netherlands).

  • fb_100000005296979 avatar John Posted: 1/15/2011 12:36pm PST

    Tiger endorses Buick because his family always drove Buicks. And Tiger can hardly be considered an icon of the senior crowd. An the average age of Buick owners was 68 , not 72. Nor will I ever consider a Lacrosse
    over my 2004 Buick Regal GS : it's too slow, too expensive and not good looking enough. "Edgy" stands for ugly in my book. And the 68 year olds are consumers too, or have you assumed they are just as
    good as in the ground? Such arrogance and shallow thinking we get from the younger media these days. The National Enquirer actally has more credibility than the NY Times these days.