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Posted by vaughn on July 28, 2010, 12:18 am
 


Chevy announced the anticipated launch date for the first few Chevy Volts, and
the price tag today.
http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_15615613?nclick_check=1

$1,000 is a little rich for my blood, but I suppose folks pay that much for top
end SUVs.

Vaughn




Posted by Josepi on July 28, 2010, 2:08 am
 


I would hope Chev would make a vehicle where the body will outlast the
batteries, for the first time.

No thanx, at any price. I've done my Chev product sentence too many times.


Chevy announced the anticipated launch date for the first few Chevy Volts,
and
the price tag today.
http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_15615613?nclick_check=1

$1,000 is a little rich for my blood, but I suppose folks pay that much for
top
end SUVs.

Vaughn





Posted by cjt on July 28, 2010, 11:37 pm
 

I've had my share of GM cr*p, too.

On 7/27/2010 8:08 PM, Josepi wrote:


Posted by vaughn on July 28, 2010, 11:47 pm
 



I suppose, but some of my best vehicles were GM (before the Japanese listened
carefully to Dr. Deming and then blew Detroit away).  Those old small-block V8s
were bulletproof, though terribly inefficient by today's standards.

Vaughn



Posted by Josepi on July 29, 2010, 3:55 am
 

I bought many N.American crap cars and trucks throughout my life. The best
was my Ford van, bought at two years old, lasted until four years old, and
was sold to a scrap dealer for $00. Tow away included. It was completely
rusted out.

Brand new 1974 Chev Blazer, needed everything, 11 MPG, good vehicle if you
didn't have to drive it, carb problems, many factory safety recalls, spent
big buck on rust proofing, rusted out & sold at 7 years old $00, Old full
size Olds woody wagon, rusted out, carb problems, everything leaked. The
list goes on and on until...

I bought my first 1994 Camry in 1996 and another in 2003. Cripes I have only
changed the oil in the two of them about 6 times. Not one problem with
either. I have spent more money on my 2001 Chev S10 since 2003 (I should
have known better) than my two Camrys combined since 1996.

GM, Gord and Chrysler (somewhat) make junk! Their attitude is to squeeze as
much money out of a sale as possible. Toyota and Honda try to put as much
into the car as they can for the buck. They have some pride, The
N.AMericancras manufacturers have a bad attitude and will never make a
decent car.

They deserve to die a hard death because they will never learn their
lessons. Fuck GM and Ford.

Chev Volts! ROFLMFAO... Only 50 years behind all the patents they bought up.


I suppose, but some of my best vehicles were GM (before the Japanese
listened
carefully to Dr. Deming and then blew Detroit away).  Those old small-block
V8s
were bulletproof, though terribly inefficient by today's standards.

Vaughn




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