Did you really need five reasons? If you did, here’s what they (and GM Authority) had to say.
Category: Opinion Desk
John McElroy gives his two cents on General Motors’ handling of the ignition switch debacle.
It’s on the way, and it will be great. But it needed to have been here yesterday.
Not everyone buys a truck based on solid practicality.
An unnecessary expense, or a competitive advantage?
That’s on top of the $35 million by the NHTSA.
It’s the biggest single-day automotive event in the world. So why not?
Ultimately, the endeavor seems like as half-baked and half-assed as the original Chevy Aveo.
Our verdict: not really.
What is the long-term strategy with Opel/Vauxhall and Chevrolet?
It’s a plan that may require GM to cut some deals.
In effect, Holden took a continuous improvement approach to its newest vehicle.
Can we please stop saying that it does!