GM made good cars through the early 1970s. Many from the 1950s and 1960s are still highly prized by collectors.<quoted text>
Really, ignoramus? My old GM vehicles lasted 10 years no problem.
A dumb Obamabot like you wouldn't have a clue about business, so don't try and lecture me, moron.
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When you figure out why they left Detroit, let us know imbecile.
GM completely lost its way with the X-cars of the 1980s. The quality of these cars was so poor that many consumers refused to ever again even consider a GM product. These cars were not "planned obsolescence", but just pure crap. GM should have offered buyers a free car just to try to win them back.