• Jim Posted: 12/6/2010 1:57pm PST

    Well, I didn't get polled. Granted, GM finally has some decent cars in the CTS, Buicks and 1 or 2 of the utes, and perhaps the vette. But most are all new and the reliability records are unestablished thus far. Added to that, it annoys the heck out of me that the gov't is subsidizing the Volt with a $7500 rebate for the clean tech when the cleanliness doesn't take the electric power plant emissions into account. And this is after bailing GM out. What about the VW TDI? It doesn't get a kickback!

  • Linda Posted: 12/6/2010 5:58pm PST

    well I wasn't polled either but I have say I will never buy another GM car I am one of those employees put out of a job sent to China along with a very large amount of my family and friends, The only way I would even consider buying 1 is if they close overseas plants and reopen plants in America and put Americans back to work!!!

  • Romy Locklear Posted: 12/7/2010 12:45pm PST

    So you're not going to buy a GM car because your job was sent to China? I bought a GM car because it was STILL made here. I mean, can we get together on this? Now am looking at another car but wouldn't buy the Camaro made in Canada when I can buy a Mustang made by UAW workers in Detroit. Can anybody need more help than Detroit UAW members? Congrats, GM, on the Volt. BTW, I have bought "foreign" cars for 30 years and have a virtually trouble-free Chevrolet, which I can hardly say about my BMW-designed MINI. What a problem that one was!

  • jim Posted: 12/8/2010 5:48am PST

    I have a 2005 Chevy for sale. Along with the sale I will include the BOOK of warranty repair work orders performed on the vehicle since I bought it in 2005. Needless to say, the GMPP I purchased for it more than paid for itself. I learned my lesson about buying GM. I rate them below average in every category. Purchased a 2011 Toyota Tacoma last month. Even the 2010 long term test Camaro purchased by a major car publication needed a new tranny inside of the first year-what is that? Nothing improved I'm afraid.