You then said:
I know the 2013 Lambda’s are due out in a year and it is just a MCE, but we haven’t had a lot to work with so far, GM's history has been to “show off their new stuff when they have something we might want to see” I fear it’s going to be like the extensive updates the Impala received, or didn't receive, which were basically released the day before (or the day after) the first one rolled off the end of the assembly line.
The Edge doesn't have a lot to do with the Lambda, other than it is a CUV, albeit 5-passenger, that came out in the end of 2006 like the Lambda’s.
I've complimented GM on the ability to maintain Lambda sales and keep incentives low, but most times I do asterisk that statement with the closing of SH and the major cut in production/forecast that resulted as a significant reason.
I want to like it, and I’m still eagerly waiting for some numbers on the “Easy to get good real world fuel economy.”
I guess I should just expect a hard time …. “A GM guy that loves Toyota’s ( ) driving a couple Fiat’s” but it’s funny that I get treated worse than others, that fake who they are and hide what they own and drive.
Last edited by spd98; 09-27-2011 at 01:05 PM.
Last edited by nsap; 09-27-2011 at 02:16 PM.
No idea on the LFX output. Historically the 3.6 has always been on the high side in the Lambdas due to air flow, so I would assume that will continue.
Last edited by nsap; 09-27-2011 at 02:20 PM.
So now if two cars drive different they are in a different class!?
If you go to a Chevy dealer and tell them you want a 3-Row SUV, where do the point you? Traverse, Tahoe, Suburban
If you go to a Ford dealer and tell them you want a 3-Row SUV, where do the point you? Explorer, Expedition, Expedition EL
I'm not even going to ask you to Mfg. Class 2-door sports cars, because by your criteria, you'd have a different class for almost every brand.
Def: Distant, Far away in space or time. (again I was comparing the release of said vehicle and its update status comparing the Edge which came out at the same time)
Def: Un-clear, Not obvious or definite.
Does the new content bring up the Enclave to current Buick standards, or are there some things totally new to Buick- heck, even GM- in there?
You guys will like the new Enclave design. For as good as the current one looks, the new one is about 10x better.
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