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Old 01-17-2018,
4byra6ka_tub 4byra6ka_tub is offline
 
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yet people will buy an airline ticket in advance from a bankrupt airline ... interesting. At least with a car you receive a "good", while an airline ticket is only the promise of a service in the future. Just another reason why most people are stu...
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Old 01-18-2018,
3susazmexvqhqkh 3susazmexvqhqkh is offline
 
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Most people are indeed stupid. Begging the question of whether they'd have any idea what was going on with a business when they were buying a car. I would expect, in truth, the public response to a car company's bankruptcy to be very similar to that of an airline's. It's just that when you do a stupid survey, using stupid people, you get stupid results!
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Old 01-18-2018,
5GArz2nS9x 5GArz2nS9x is offline
 
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Default Would you buy a car from a bankrupt auto maker?

well the cars gm makes are good cars they are just in the wrong market nowadays cause they are not selling long lasting small cars like honda and toyota are!! The japs are smart!
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Old 01-19-2018,
2Tu3yyckcU 2Tu3yyckcU is offline
 
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Nah, people are basically lemmings who can't think on their own. So they will follow the crowd or they will buy a story that makes common sense. The thing I like about the Japanese automakers is that they realize that they can take a car that looks like a piece of crap and has about as much style as the next Japanese piece of crap and they can hype reliability, good gas milage, and they can use the currency spreads to keep da prices down because they know the U.S. gov't needs to keep prices for goods produced down. Of course the U.S. carmakers didn't help themselves, and I still don't think GM gets it by the looks of that new Saturn SUV a comin out. I wonder if the average age of GM's design team is below 10 years old. But the U.S. automakers are coming back in a big way. I promise you that if you own a Camrry, an Accord, A Mootshoobooshee or any other piece of overpriced Japanese crap that gets great mileage you will be axin yerself why in about 2 years. The U.S. automakers ainna goin bust. The way America thinks is goin bust, but I am personally workin on changing America's car buying opinions, one customer at a time! :wink:
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Old 01-20-2018,
0U4cOEB5Sb 0U4cOEB5Sb is offline
 
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F and GM r hopeless, they don't know what the customers want. They make ugly, old style, low milage, unsafe, cheap quality, 0 resale value, and ugly (Oop, did i mention that before? :lol: ) I think their designers are either 79 yr old or they just want to make something that their "senior" CEO like. U know, if CEO doesn't like it, it is not a "good" design"...
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