Let’s be honest with ourselves. The Holden experience in America boils down to a pickup truck that’s become the de facto vehicle for trailer park trash scenes in movies and televisions, and a pair of very forgettable Pontiacs with engines that could be found in any other performance GM automobile. Read more
This would be a bigger hit on GM if Ford and Toyota hadn’t also already decided to cease production in Australia, making it nearly impossible for GM to continue doing so profitably.
I understand their use when a pizza is slid into a paper sleeve and I have seen them used for pizza in boxes (and for some reason retained a number of them). However, when they are used with pizza in a box, how does the top of the pizza contact the top of the box unless you really shake the crap out of it?
Remember how several months ago when Cadillac announced they were going to have an “optic monitor” to make sure that the driver’s eyes were always focusing on the road for the supercruise cars? Remember how a certain website made the complaint that it was “dystopian” and only there to protect the manufacturer? Despite… Read more
Anecdotal evidence here, my husband had a 2012 Sonata 2.0T and it was nothing but problems. We bought it new, within 4 years it had; a bad suspension weld, 2 separate issues with the wastegate, the a/c failed (which sucks in Central TX), there was an issue with a fuel supply line (only vehicle that left him stranded… Read more
Your not wrong that Hyundia/Kia does an eye-opening percentage of engine replacements under warranty, however I always wondered if this is in part due to the customer base. They have owned the bad credit market for many, many years and I speculate that a high percentage of their cars are not maintained properly. Top… Read more