I would love to replace the original Blaupunkt factory system in my G8 GT but it’s not recommended replacing the unit due to the HVAC controls. 

How about those Dayton rims?

Anyone really surprised by this? I’m sure there will be more “dead cars driving” as the years progress from the non-domestic automakers.

I’m definitely holding on to my 09 G8 GT which is almost at 11 years of ownership!

Must be a lot of banana peels around the hallways of the Ren Cen and Warren Tech center. I’m normally pro-GM but it’s becoming very hard to justify what they do these days based on the Bolt roll out, Camaro refresh, Cadillac engine choices, phasing out sedans, and diluting perfectly good car/truck names.

Dump the F150 and Rodeo since you have the Ranger and dump the Cavalier since it looks terrible (but served you well) in favor of the ugly, but intact Camry.

I can't say that I'm surprised you got the letter from Troy, but more so how long it took at that your landlord didn't speak up! Good luck!

I had the old hand me down family car in high school, a 1984 Delta 88 Royale Brougham 4 door. The think was a tank and used to bump other cars with it.  Lol

Don't forget about one the best Pontiac's made prior to its demise, the G8 GT and GXP.  I'll be holding onto my GT until I die!

No amount of red leather inserts and body cladding will make a person feel less dead while driving an SUV! Thanks but no thanks

Congrats on finally getting a decently functioning vehicle! Can't  wait to read about it more.

It’s all of the non-Jalops fault for buying so many SUVs! I'll  keep my full sized sedan!

Look's  like they finally made a trip to Detroit? 

While I found the alternative car choice odd (not that I have anything against a Malibu), the article was hilarious.

It's laughable these  had a speedometer with 90 on it!

While Js were terrible, I gotta believe Neon is worse. I saw one the other day (first gen) and couldn’t believe my eyes it was still running.  

I’m glad there are decent people still left in this world and that I was not the only person to think the Altima was an odd choice!

Captivas (aka Saturn VUE) sold in the US were sold to fleet only, not the general public after Saturn was shut down. Captivas in other parts of the world were different vehicles sold here. In some cases, they had a longer wheel base and could fit up to 7.