1968cougarsrule
Alfonso T. Alvarez
1968cougarsrule
May 10 2016
4

I have a ridiculous 80 mile a day commute and own an 11' Volt. These are good, practical and cheap commutin’ machines. Primarily because stopping for gas on the way to work is a pain in the ass and these elliminate that need.

May 10 2016
39

There is not a single US automaker that was not in some way subsidized by the US government during the recession. None.

May 6 2016
3

Believe it. I’ve only been away from GM for a few months, but they do have as much or more capability than Tesla. They’re just being more careful in rolling it out. It goes through standard automotive validation cycle, not just pushed as an app update.

May 4 2016
1

People underestimate that technological capabilities of the major automakers. I’m not quite sure where this idea that automakers can’t do technology came from. Sure there have been issues with tech in cars, but it’s all brand new technology. The stuff that was released yesterday will be out of date tomorrow.

GM has Read more

May 3 2016
4

Disagree: while the first cars will have it working “well enough” all this data will be used to perfect the technology. every gps point at every stop sign, from every driver recorded, could lead to predictive driving habits. 3d motion sensors for that pot hole you drove over combined with repairs, parts wear out. Read more

Apr 23 2016
67

It’s always the same tryhards saying “the gene pool is better off” or “the world lost nothing by their deaths” - even though they most likely won’t amount to anything greater than their anonymous internet comments.

Apr 23 2016
1

Gotta say that I love living in a country where you can actually make that kind of money. Good for them. Screw all the people who blame the rich for their problems...maybe if you didnt major in liberal arts or some other equally worthless degree programs. Read more

Apr 22 2016
28

I agree the Model 3 is compelling. But I also thing the Volt offers some unique features: 1) Buy it now. 2) Engine for complete autonomy. As a Volt owner, I’m obviously biased, but I’m going to seriously investigate the Model 3 as my next car. But it will have to be REALLY GREAT for me to make a switch. The Volt is a Read more

Apr 22 2016
4

“ Just not one that will be a 3 Series-fighting semi-autonomous super sedan.” Read more

Apr 22 2016
30

Meesa thinks yous drunk, and meesa thinks you need to go home.

Apr 20 2016
8

Because an article about a GM car needs to have a certain shitty snarky tone here or you just wont get any cred. If this was a Tesla they would be genuflecting if they drove it around the block and only 2 of the wheels fell off.....

Apr 20 2016
5

Go check out the new Cruze and Malibu... they care.

Apr 20 2016
3

Chevy's #1 selling car? The Cruze... not important to them you say?

Apr 20 2016
9

42mpg and best in class torque when using regular fuel... not bad chevy, not bad at all. Also, have you driven a Civic lately? I have... and got the seatbelt pre-tensioner to engage twice with just spirited driving due to all the body roll... no thanks. Also.. Toyota’s offerings just feel like they’re giving up.

Apr 20 2016
4

The Eco (2011, manual) actually squeaked a 36 mpg rating (2011, 1.4t auto) up to 42 meaning the Cruze was “caught up” years ago, but why actually bother looking at numbers when you’re already in that “meh” mindset?
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Apr 20 2016
7

There are how many competitors in the compact car segment? You list at least 7 here while leaving out a few obvious ones like the soon to be dead 200 etc. etc.

How may competitors are there in the pony/muscle/sports car segment? Camaro, Mustang... M2? Challenger I guess but at that point the Camaro and Corvette are Read more

Apr 20 2016
2

I have a 2013 Cruze and I get 40+ highway easily. seems like a fake story