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  1. GM does not need to produce a quality vehicle as long as the consumer continues to purchase. GM is banking on customer loyalty. Eventually, that loyalty will dry up as the younger generation of consumers could care less.
  2. Considering GM has never been at the forefront of electrical technology and is decades behind companies like Toyota and Tesla, I'd pass on ever purchasing a GM electric truck. It would spend more time in the shop attempting to be repaired than actually driven.
  3. Quite the opposite when heading over to a Toyota forum. Owners spend their hard earned quality time actually enjoying their bulletproof reliable vehicles and posting pics of great outdoor adventures.
  4. One has to wonder how the drivetrain, brakes, and frame are up to the challenge, considering you can’t even put 1000 lbs in the bed without it significantly sagging on majority of 1/2 ton pickups. when you look at the build of a 1/2 ton vs. 3/4 ton, there is no comparison.
  5. Agreed. Buy a Toyota and all you'll have to do is put gas in it and change the oil every 7,500 miles. Outdated design without all the fancy bells/whistles....sure. Bulletproof reliability and resale value.....absolutely.
  6. Toyota is intelligent enough to not release unproven and unreliable garbage to market and allow their customer base to be guinea pigs. One would think companies such as Caterpillar, Detroit Diesel, Mercedes, and Isuzu have got it figured out since there are millions of these engines used in various vehicles on the road each day.
  7. one would think an intelligent GM engineer would build this logic into their software.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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”
  11. 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”
  12. 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
  13. 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”
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