• USAFANG67 avatar USAFANG67 Posted: 6/21/2011 5:14pm PDT

    It will be interesting to find out how many of these people will sign on the dotted line but not be able to make the payments. Kind of reminds me of the real estate scam don't ya think?

  • al01 avatar al01 Posted: 6/20/2011 10:05am PDT

    I was at citiFIELD's Main Street in Motion. There were no competitors' cars to drive, at least not on the day I was there - 6/10/2011. Other than that it was OK and I found virtually no lines or waiting to drive any of the cars.

  • john_v avatar John Posted: 6/20/2011 1:57pm PDT

    @Al01: I'm startled to hear that. When I was there on Fri 10th, I saw competitors' cars in virtually every class (the photos show a few trucks from non-GM makers) and the brochure for the Citi Field event lists no fewer than 25!

  • al01 avatar al01 Posted: 6/20/2011 3:54pm PDT

    Interesting. What competitors' cars did you find?

  • al01 avatar al01 Posted: 6/20/2011 3:51pm PDT

    I don't know where they were.

  • fb_545410022 avatar John Posted: 6/20/2011 9:41am PDT

    Something very Walt Disney World about the whole setup.. Not that being such is bad idea necessarily...

  • Tommolog avatar Tommolog Posted: 6/20/2011 9:16am PDT

    I understand how GM is hoping to get cruze sales out of people interested in a volt (telling them they can practically buy two cruze's for the price of a volt won't hurt)but forcing them to drive a cruze in order to test drive the volt is a bad idea. Someone like me who wouldn't even consider a cruze as a replacement for a volt is really going to have a bad taste in their mouth by forcing them to drive a car they don't want.

    Why tarnish an otherwise nice event by making someone drive a car they don't want to? Why not have representatives talk to the people on line waiting to drive the volt and explain to them why the would want to drive the cruze, don't force them to, you don't win customers that way.