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  1. There is no reason why today’s electronics heavy vehicles can’t record every instance an indicator lights up on the instrument cluster signaling a malfunction/fault.
  2. Perhaps General Motors' heavily subsidized iseecars.com and J.D. Power can team up to create a new prime time television commercial. The commercial will depict an innocent mother driving her three kids to school. She briefly glances in her rear-view mirror as everyone is frantically braking at an oncoming stop light. When the she spots the big Chevrolet Bowtie badge quickly approaching, she instinctively changes lanes to prevent being rear-ended. Then the commercial abruptly changes scenes to depict a large showroom with assortment of GM cars & trucks and hundreds of loyal GM customers which are nothing more than paid television actors. The Chevrolet spokesman informs the audience that GM trucks are the most dependable, longest lasting, highest quality, safest vehicles on the road four years in a row with a jaw-dropping MultiPro tailgate.
  3. There is no reason why today’s electronics heavy vehicles can’t record every instance an indicator lights up on the instrument cluster signaling a malfunction/fault. GM simply chooses to not incorporate this logic into their software. It’s more economical for GM to simply tell you, “sorry, unable to duplicate” Works out well for GM when you total your truck and innocent people get killed. As the lawsuits start to pile up for faulty braking and steering issues, GM lawyers will simply say, “prove it”
  4. There is no reason why today’s electronics heavy vehicles can’t record every instance an indicator lights up on the instrument cluster signaling a malfunction/fault. GM simply chooses to not incorporate this logic into their software. It’s more economical for GM to simply tell you, “sorry, unable to duplicate” Works out well for GM when you total your truck and innocent people get killed. As the lawsuits start to pile up for faulty braking and steering issues, GM lawyers will simply say, “prove it”
  5. Well that would sure give you a warm fuzzy feeling while towing the travel trailer down from the mountains with your wife and kids in the truck
  6. There is no reason why today’s electronics heavy vehicles can’t record every instance an indicator lights up on the instrument cluster signaling a malfunction/fault.  GM simply chooses to not incorporate this logic into their software. It’s more economical for GM to simply tell you, “sorry, unable to duplicate”
  7. There is no reason why today’s electronics heavy vehicles can’t record every instance an indicator lights up on the instrument cluster signaling a malfunction/fault. GM simply chooses to not incorporate this logic into their software. It’s more economical for GM to simply tell you, “sorry, unable to duplicate”
  8. It’s been happening since 1997, when GM introduced their VSS (variable speed steering). Thousands of complaints filed with NHTSA. Not one recall ever issued for erratic steering.
  9. The actuaries at General Motors have determined it’s more economical for you and your family to die in a horrific car crash and settle the lawsuit out of court. Issuing a recall for their defective systems would cost hundreds of millions and spread across several vehicle product lines.
  10. The forums are a great educational tool prior to purchasing a vehicle.
  11. The frame on my 07’ 4Runner with 105,000 miles on it that has spent its entire life in brutal Chicago climate doesn’t look that bad. GM sourcing cheap Chinese grade steel these days?
  12. Makes you feel confident to load up the family, hook up the travel trailer and take a scenic drive through the mountains for a nice little vacation.
  13. Hey.....GM designed a technological marvel of a multi-position tailgate.
  14. So Toyota is purposely steering the consumer away from purchasing high profit Tundra’s because of limited availability? One would think that Toyota with such an expansive lineup of high mileage vehicles, they could sell a million Tundra’s a year and it wouldn’t put a dent in their CAFE numbers. Sounds like GM is putting all of their eggs in one basket. If they miscalculate, all GM has to do is tell Uncle Sam they are too big to fail and big government will gladly fork over another $50 billion taxpayer funded bailout to keep them afloat for another 10 years. Is GM thriving or merely surviving......
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