Read Forbes report on the top 24 resale valued vehicles in 2013 , it included the Ford Mustang , the Chevy Camaro and the Corvette . The Japanese , Koreans and Germans mainly took the balance . Another report on the top ten resale value ones for 2014 included the Buick Encore and Enclave . One might argue that the Buick division is growing and refining its image and sales , while Cadillac looks like the Cadillac of old , lots of innovation and head turning designs but not refined lasting value . Indeed , I do not envy Lieblein's task in changing/enhancing parts suppliers products/relationships and how they view GM as a customer , certainly perhaps not valued , instead the bottom , the pit of the list . How can she get out of the quandry where GM , in my opinion , still tries to keep adding a host of new products in each division which can mean more new untested immature parts which will keep increasing recalls in stead of focusing on the refinement of what is in production ?? Also ,Instead of honing down the selection in each division and marketing in a timely fashion what is moving in the hot market segments , the giant GM still looks overloaded in management and a lack of timely decisive decision making ,,,in my opinion .