No one posting here anymore, either they are so sick to see their stock keep dropping daily. This stock will make new 52-week low every day for another year.
The customers pushed both companies to the bottom of the trash can.
Oooops bad spelling. I got Shark stuck in my head from watching Shark migration on National Geographic.
Now both of the cars are haunting him. The hole in his pocket is getting bigger and bigger. His four door sedan is always in the shop and now the 2003 Saturn Vue with about 65,000 miles is dripping oil, water pump is out prematurely and a whole slew of issues. He spent over $2,000 for this month and going. He is whining everyday. I went online to see if that year model has Honda engine, I found out the one with Honda engine is the 2004, he missed by one year otherwise he would not have this type of issue. On Google says 2004 Saturn Vue Red line is the one that has 250 hp (186 kW) Honda J35A3 V6 engine on it. What a shame that GM used every competitor product to be their own and the same time bashing the competitors, that is an American ingenuity.
They've been in hell for so long, now it's time for them to have some fun. Can you guys leave them alone? I decided to either reduce my posting or stop because it wastes my time and it's going no where. You can't tell a guy on dope to get sober, it's not gonna happen. Let it be.
Yup, I went to a seminar about the HUD (Head Up Display) technology and found that the same supplier designed and manufactured GM instrument clusters also designed for Ford, Farrari, Chrysler. Chevy Spark for example, the car was designed by Daewoo/GM Korea, its instrument cluster was not designed by the Korean, but by a supplier, an Italian company and approved by GM. Many of you thought that GM drives those technologies, but you all fail to know that the suppliers drive those technologies and sell them to automobile, truck and other vehicle companies. Just so you know that a lot of chips, micro controllers used in those instrument clusters are from Texas Instrument, Sony, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu, some from China and Intel.