Would you consider buy a G.M. vehicle?

United States
July 29, 2011 3:27pm CST
On the last 2 decades, many people would advise me not to buy any American - made cars, since they are in longevity in life span as their Japanese counterparts. Would this advise be revised on the entry of 2011, ever since the automobile industry was in crisis, many auto manufacturers in U.S. was asking for help? They have to improve their technologies and quality on the products they made in order to compete with the Asian, or European counterparts. That is our market force on working. Now, the troubled G.M. would want a second chance on the market again. They recently would provide a full - year long free insurance for any new auto buyer. That is one great deal buyers should consider. And G.M. would also promise the quality of their cars too. Would you consider getting one for yourself?
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@inertia4 (26783)
• United States
30 Jul 11
Honestly, GM and Chrysler both took government bail outs. Ford did not. I would not buy any American car unless it is a Ford. Fords vehicles have improved 10 fold over the last 5 years. The quality is awesome and they have beat Toyota in quality and workmanship. So, consider buying a Ford. The best American vehicle. They were first after all.
• United States
20 Aug 11
Chrysler Corporation also took a bailout back in 1980, too.
@inertia4 (26783)
• United States
22 Aug 11
So, if Chrysler took a bailout in 1980, then why consider buying a vehicle from an unstable company?
@lampar (7597)
• United States
29 Jul 11
I will buy car from every car manufacturer, i will definitely consider buy from G.M if i can find value in my purchase, it is not so much which country the car maker from, it is the quality and technolgy that count for me. If GM is improving and produce excellent car, then i will buy from them, if Honda produce high quality car, then i will buy from them too. So far i think GM has improved a lot in their car design , style and technology, their product quality is catching up very quick in thier new models.
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@lampar (7597)
• United States
30 Jul 11
I have no doubt some imbeciles or crooks will make an outrageous claims that if you don't buy from GM, you are unpatriotic American, since the government had given them a big bail out even it means GM make a hell of a big profit margin from your purchases. Their executives are making million of dollars of bonuses and salaries, while you are paying ten time more money for a car they manufactured in or outside of U.S.A.
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@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
31 Jul 11
I don't need any vehicles right now. We have three. they are all Fords. I would consider GM but I mainly like Fords.
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@finlander60 (1776)
• United States
30 Jul 11
We already have a GM car, and a Chrysler pickup, and 2 Ford products. I will not limit my purchases to any manufacturer. If the price is right and we want it, we buy it.