Here's One for GM Marketing Czar Bob Lutz

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  • Nevets248 Nevets248 on Jul 29, 2009

    wow! It looks as if Susan Docherty has managed to 'contaminate" the Chevy nameplate too!

  • Aloysius Vampa Aloysius Vampa on Jul 29, 2009
    Cobalt Coupe: BRAGGING RIGHTS ARE A GIVEN. Oh, yeah. I remember all the kids at school who had Cobalts bragging about their awesome cars. Cobalt Sedan: STREET-SMART. FUEL-SAVVY. I'm not sure what street-smart means in relation to a car, but whatever. I can at least be content with the fact that my car is very knowledgeable about fuel! Corvette: PLAY BY YOUR RULES Or play by ours, as we control your shifting. Avalanche: THE MOST FLEXIBLE VEHICLE OUT THERE(3) Yes, it actually has the "(3)" at the end. At the bottom of the page, 3 says: "Based on GM Large Pickup segment and latest available competitive information. Excludes other GM vehicles." This vehicle is the most flexible vehicle out there, if you exclude certain vehicles. Wow. Suburban: EVERY BIG FAMILY WILL WANT ONE. Totally.
  • Fincar1 Fincar1 on Jul 29, 2009

    I rented one of those Impalas too...ok for straight roads in Nevada where the game is to see how many miles it is before the next curve in the road. Very reminiscent of the 09 Camry we rented last year in that respect. And, you have to remember that these manufacturers think you make a sport model by printing the word SPORT on the sides and putting a body-color grille on it.

  • VanillaDude VanillaDude on Jul 29, 2009

    I don't know what is worse - a company willing to apply that statement to that car, or a company so unaware of what it makes, it believes that statement could somehow be correct. The ad does damage to GM. It shows them to be liars or naive, or just plain stupid.