GM is in the green
"gm offers a fine warranty (kind of) and couple that with oee driven quality (kind of) and employees that care (kind of), you don't need to worry (kind of) about your purchase. so you can spend your time correcting spelling and grammar."
You're (kind of) a MORON...
"Not me , I'm done.....Stand by your product Gm"
Before you spout off more silliness, you should do some research as to what ALL the other OEMs are doing/offering. Are there differences? Sure - but there are reasons for those.
And be certain you understand the difference between the general warranty period and mileage vs. powertrain.
"GM the go nowhere d nothing stock up 3 points in 5 years since IPO"
Soon, MORON, you'll be saying 4 points, then 5 points, 6, 7, 8, 9, and so on...
"Try as I might, I cannot find a flaw in his logic"
You know the old saying - even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while...
Oh yes - it's SO easy to be an automotive OEM.
Oh man - that's rich!!!! LOL!!!
Just goes to show how much of an investing MORON you are - you tout other stocks that seemingly outperform GM yet you still post drivel here, day in and day out. You should have bought FCAU at the IPO you MORON...
"I can't speak for anyone else, but I'm done with you until your next stupid statement."
That won't take long...
Are you trying to purchase one outright? If so, why?
If you're purchasing a Volt and were wondering about battery replacement, I have to ask why? Because the battery pack on a '12 Volt would still be under warranty...
Again, and I'm not sure how many times I have to tell you, I am NOT a union supporter in any way, shape or form. Further, I've NEVER voted democratic for the president. EVER. PERIOD. And never will.
So, again, go suk eggs.
toyoDUH recalls over 112,000 vehicles citing safety concerns with some of the vehicles' propulsion systems and electric power steering circuit boards.
honDUH then follows up with one due to the possibility of improperly torqued bolts in some CR-V engines.
As far as the # of RECALLED toyoDUH's since '09, it's probably a very close count between GM and toyoDUH. I'll suggest that toyoDUH has recalled more than 35 MILLION vehicles globally during that timeframe and probably the "winner".