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Wednesday, February 09, 2005

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karxprt

It was sad to see that Pontiac did not have the late-lamented Bonneville on display at the 2005 New York Auto Show. The stand seemed emptier without it. The same cannot be said for the absence of the Aztek. Pontiac filled these display spaces with more Grand Prix sedans and G6s. The Pontiac Torrent SUV-Crossover also got premium billing.

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karxprt

It was sad to see that Pontiac did not have the late-lamented Bonneville on display at the 2005 New York Auto Show. The stand seemed emptier without it. The same cannot be said for the absence of the Aztek. Pontiac filled these display spaces with more Grand Prix sedans and G6s. The Pontiac Torrent SUV-Crossover also got premium billing.

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karxprt

It was sad to see that Pontiac did not have the late-lamented Bonneville on display at the 2005 New York Auto Show. The stand seemed emptier without it. The same cannot be said for the absence of the Aztek. Pontiac filled these display spaces with more Grand Prix sedans and G6s. The Pontiac Torrent SUV-Crossover also got premium billing.

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Observer

Honda is not "rocking" right now, Through February, Honda's U.S. sales were down 10.6 percent ; Civic's U.S. sales dropped 26.9 percent in the first two months of this year; Accord sales dropped 15.0 percent. These are FACTS.
Here is where these figures come from: http://www.autoweek.com/news.cms?newsId=101969

Quit passing off your uninformed opinions as "news".

GetALifeAgain

The GTO will have its full three year run. The Bonneville was a good car in a bad market. Come to think of it, most of GM's cars are excellent cars in a bad market.

When one blindly looks over what is blatantly in front of them, and steps out of its way to gain fortune in another, the reaction will inevitably be disaster!

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