I agree with all of those...
There aren't any shots of the new Imapala. I wouldn't expect anything too Drastic, since the current Impala is such a success, but it will be different.If you have seen the shots of the impalla, please at least give us an idea of what its gunna look like. Will it look anything like the one on the road now, will it be something that we havent seen before?
The HHR is a crossover SUV based on Delta Architecture (ION, COBALT & Pursuit). Its FWD, and will be available with All-Wheel-Drive. Think of it as a Cobalt-sized-SUV.And Is the HHR a FWD or RWD? I thought I heard HHR would be FWD, but whatever.
The Cobalt will be available this fall, not sure when the SS will be available though. For more info, click here.and when is the Cobalt coming?
Huh? :huh:Originally posted by Ghrankenstein@Feb 28 2004, 11:29 AM
I hear that some are worried Chevy might not be able to make enough Equinoxes; the HHR is expected to take up a lot of that slack. Also, the HHR is a 2006 model year car, though it will likely have an early release, like the Equinox.
Okay, it just looks like you and I have a different understanding of the "slack." I'm not talking about factory capacity, I'm talking about compact SUV customers wanting more Equinoxen than GM can produce (they're only planning on about 175,000), and the HHR will supply an extra projected 100,000. I think the skew will still be heavier toward the Equinox, but we'll see.Huh?
I thought the reason GM was going to introduce an Equinox clone Pontiac Sport Wagon was because the factory would not be fully utilized otherwise? Perhaps after they introduce the Pontiac wagon they forsee problems meeting demand.
Hey, you get no argument from me, but a lot of the Equinox's customers will be people who want Tahoes or TrailBlazers, and can't afford them. The MAXX won't have much appeal to them, and the Equinox will allow them to feel like they didn't have to settle for less in the way that the Tracker and Blazer did.If I were shopping for an Equinox, I would seriously consider the Malibu Maxx. It has the newer engine, and those cool sliding rear seats. Not to mention it appears to have a lower center of gravity and a short overhang. Maybe that's just me.
Eh...? :blink:Originally posted by gmwsag@Mar 1 2004, 10:59 PM
Gary Cowger said that GM has no plans to actually revive Corvette,
well that makes me feel better since they have already brought back the vette!!Originally posted by gmwsag@Mar 1 2004, 10:59 PM
Forget about Camaro:
Gary Cowger said that GM has no plans to actually revive Corvette, and Firebird in the first place. I am a Camaro fan, and I want it back but as for now: dream on!