Too bad, GM is putting out some awesome cars nowdays, and their trucks rock.
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The other car I primarily drive is a luxury convertible, and I bought the Volt as a commuter car [HOV access on CA highways] (though it was an expensive one at over $50k out-the-door), but I'll probably make the Volt my primary, just based on driving it so far.
Our 2009 GMC Yukon Denali which came out to be around $68,000 is falling apart pretty quick... Roofline falling out and rattling, of course the rattling they can't hear so they refuse to fix it. Maybe its just me though because I have had problems with brand new cars falling apart including an Infiniti FX50... Never had a convertible, probably never will because I need a big car for traveling. I swear by Subaru's now though because my Legacy has been the best car ever and its only an entry level luxury car though the 18/25 MPG sucks so its left me thinking about getting a Volt as well if I can afford it after wasting all the money on gas for this stupid Yukon which gets 10mpg in heavy traffic.
Left: Apple iPhone 5 on T-Mobile Unlimited LTE, On the right CenturyLink DSL at Home:
The Yukon is all plastic junk on the inside, the only good thing about it is the body itself and power train because boy does that 6.2L V8 purr when you need it towing boats. Everything else including the electrical components and the interior have fallen apart, the once good sounding stereo now reeks of rattles and shakes anytime a song with any type of bass comes on.
GMC/Chevy dealer says *they can't replicate said actions*....
2003 for a 91 f150. I'm still driving it. Finally, I gave my 91 escort to my brother in 2006 with 134 k and in 2009 bought a 96 contour with 124 k on it for $1200, have driven it for 3 years now. It had 166 k on it now, I have had no issues, and its still going strong. I have more examples, but I'm sure you see what I'm talking about.
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Another thing I personally don't like is that they make big engines that don't produce much owed compared to others. Their 6.0Litre V8 produces less power then a 5.7Litre HEMI and also gets less gas mileage, and the 6.2 Litre has maybe 12 more horse power and it drinks fuel faster then John Goodman eats food.
Ford would be no where without Volvo's and Mazda's engineering prowess. Even now, Mazda has them beat on their 4 cyl engines (Which are, older Mazda designs) when it comes to efficiency.
Besides that, T-Mobile specifically sought out to swap spectrum with CricKet in Wisconsin. They obviously have plans for the state.
PCS HSPA in Las Vegas
Coverage will expand to 100 million LTE pops for the first half of 2013, with the second half of 2013 expanding to 200 million POPs covered. Release 10 LTE (2×10, 2×20) will be better performing than all other competitors.
T-Mobile USA. “This year, we’re stepping on the gas again. We are making continued coverage improvements and launching an advanced LTE network