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Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon Bold Move in Moribund Segment Commented on: 8 weeks ago (October 29, 2014)

Nice lines that blend well. Not too sharp forcing paint mismatch like Camaro's and your big brother's. Thanks too for making the wheel openings round! Overall a little narrow for its length, but...

Make Good First Impression Every Time Commented on: 10 weeks ago (October 14, 2014)

I buy cars 10-20 times a year for family, friends, and a lot of referrals. I don't do it for a living, I do it because I love the industry and its more like a hobby to me.

Needless to say...

Powerful But Pricey ’14 Chevy SS Deserves Fighting Chance Commented on: 48 weeks ago (January 22, 2014)

Finally another great vehicle only to be threatened by GM's operational indecision. Note to management: If there's room for GMC and Chevy, there's certainly room for a Pontiac brand!

Future of Powertrain Becoming Clearer Commented on: 1 year ago (December 9, 2013)

Obvoiusly the goal here is to reduce fuel comsumption without reducing performance. Logic says the more effecient the new car is, the less fuel we use - ok. Consider a radical approach to this -...

Why I Didn’t Take Any Surveys After I Bought a New Car Commented on: 1 year ago (July 8, 2013)

There are 2 problems with surveys: 1. They don't ask the appropriate questions and 2. the answers rarely can be summarized into "good, really good, sorta good, etc, etc. Unfortunately, we take...

CarFax Gets Its Facts Wrong Commented on: 2 years ago (November 12, 2012)

CarFax and all the other reporting companies should be sued for destroying the values of perfectly good vehicles. Yes, you may get the occasional flooded one or a complete rebuild, but for the...

Customers Want to Buy From Sincere Salespeople Commented on: 2 years ago (November 12, 2012)

I do a fair amount of car shopping because I love the industry and, to me, its like a hobby. Word spreads quickly and soon I'm buying for family, friends, and referrals. I've never made a dime...

Oy Vey, Another Survey Commented on: 2 years ago (August 1, 2012)

Most surveys are a failed attempt at measuring a company's performance - period. It makes management feel good (or not)by averaging a bunch of skewed data that's considered accurate. That's like...

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