I feel for ya. I would have to assume that in Michigan, a lot is riding on the future of the big 3.tradewind said:As for me, I work at an automotive supplier in Michigan. If GM goes under, the resale value of the car would be the least of my concerns.
The moment that Saturn leaves GM the Outlook is gone. Even if they were to stay with GM and go back to Springhill and make the quality vehicles they did in the beginning the Outlook is gone as there is no room for it. Which is sad to say because of my loyalty to Saturn and love of the Outlook. But alot of things can change in 6 or 7 years when it is time to get a new vehicle. In addition, there is also the thought the VUE would be gone as well as the sky. Basically we would be looking at a whole new lineup.6Sixathome said:I hope some company who knows how to build cars well buys Saturn, That is the last thing we need is the Saturn brand disgraced by crapy build practices. I hope they keep the current line-up and keep building the OUTLOOK. I really like my new 09', it just feels tighter and drives alot smoother than the 07' :cheers: With my expirence with the 07' I doubt that I will by a first year vehicle again and I know that there are some 07's driving around with no problems and that is fine and dandy but it was'nt the case for me
I did'nt make it to the NAIAS, How was it? I heard it was scaled back.tradewind said:GM is going to be at the autoshow. Nissan, Infinity, Ferrari, Land Rover, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, Rolls-Royce, and Porsche are no-show. I guess Detroit is just not chic enough for these brands. They'd rather spend the money in LA and NY shows.
Saturn is going to have a show there. But it doesn't mean anything. I have gone to the Detroit autoshow every year for the last 10 years. Even Oldsmobil had a show there AFTER GM announced that the brand was to be obsolete.