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Over the years, General Motors has often tried to be a trailblazer (no pun intended) in new vehicle design and development. Many of these vehicles failed, but we believe GM deserves a tremendous amount of credit for trying where other companies did not have the creative thought or resources to make a "segment breaking" product.
Chevrolet Traverse Front End Goes Plain Jane
For the 2013 mild freshening, Chevrolet has abandoned its bold and distinctive front end appearance for a milquetoast "car" front end look for its crossover. This fits into the VehicleVoice category of "WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?"
Congratulations to 2009 Saturn Aura, winning the 2009 AutoPacific Ideal Vehicle Award for the Premium Mid-Size Car segment.
General Motors' June 1 bankruptcy declaration was quickly followed by the announced sale of Hummer to China's Sichuan Tengzhou Industrial Machinery Corporation (June 2) and Saturn to Roger Penske's Penske Automotive Group (June 5).
General Motors' June 1 bankruptcy declaration was quickly followed by the announced sale of Hummer to China's Sichuan Tengzhou Industrial Machinery Corporation (June 2) and Saturn to Roger Penske's Penske Automotive Group (June 5).
Wagoner, who has managed an $82 billion loss during the past six years was quoted in 2002 about the future of the company. He said, "It's time to stop whining and play the game." For a growing number of Americans, it appears to be game over.

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AutoPacific: Owners gave high marks to the Sky for its interior and exterior styling and overall image. They felt safe while driving and ranked the Sky as having the best innovative technology and anti-theft features, as well as a best-in-class ride. Also adding to the car’s 2008 Motorist Choice Award® win were high marks for controls that are easy to understand and use.
IntelliChoice: The Saturn Sky was a 2008 Vehicle Satisfaction Award winner. In addition, the Sky has best-in-class repairs and insurance along with excellent fuel costs.

After a lovely 4th of July weekend, doing my best to focus energies on anything not related to work (something I hear is easy for most people to do, but I’ve never quite got the knack of), I started my usual workday morning routine at my local Bally Total Fitness. And, sure enough, as soon as I get near the gym TV, there’s the news, dragging me right back to 5:15 am Monday morning reality.
The 5 am scoop in Detroit was the rumor GM is considering dumping more brands, one way or another, and firing more mid-management white-collar employees. (No, UAW, you do not have the corner on losing jobs. I swear.) Of course, by time I was in the office and caught up with e-mail, GM has flatly denied that any brand, other than Hummer, is up for review. We’ll only know the truth of that if GM manages to hold onto [...]

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