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  1. #166
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    road = cars
    sidewalk = walking, hints the name sidewalk.

    your dee dee dee. seriously you dont even have anything logical to say, never have and possibly never will. On these pages atleast.
    Ucp's #1 Toyota Supra fanatic......still.

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    All I am saying is the US Government does NOT support the US auto companies who do operate under a disadvantage to other car compainies whose home governments are actually partners in the export of thier products. Why the US government does not do more to even out the balance of trade is prb due to the fact that they are making money from imports and the dealers that sell them and the factories and ...so its basically GREED & stupidity ruling the trade markets here.

    The result of allowing so called "free trade" has become pretty apparent that it is to the determent of US auto makers though, who have higher costs to overcome in the manufacture of thier products and have to take a loss to compete in the present market here.

    The resturcturing at Ford & GM is currently the only manner that those companies can hope to resolve the situation and that also means they will be building factories and cars in OTHER countries...and the US labor force and cities lose out on futher industry from American auto makers. In turn the States have little option but to grant consessions to entice Import companies to build there and hire people at reduced wages. Of course this reduces the revenues to the federal government, but having allowed the weaking of the domestic manufactuers the revenues have been going down anyway, so they fuel the continuation of import companies market advantages, by encouraging consessions,but then they have to just to get people back into a JOB !!!

    ....its a sad state of affairs. Brought on by our own actions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRDETROITMETAL
    basically GREED & stupidity ruling the trade markets here.
    Or capitalism.
    I'm dropping out to create a company that starts with motorcycles, then cars, and forty years later signs a legendary Brazilian driver who has a public and expensive feud with his French teammate.

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    ^^^ more likely that it is the abuse of Capitalism !!

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    Mr Detroit Metal, you neglect the fact that HUMANS buy these cars. We don't hate GM to make ourselves feel better, or try our best to screw them out of their profits by buying Toyota. You see, we the people CHOOSE our cars based on fit/finish and quality, not by country. GM kicked itself in the nuts by screwing the American people out of their money with substandard vehicles.
    I'm dropping out to create a company that starts with motorcycles, then cars, and forty years later signs a legendary Brazilian driver who has a public and expensive feud with his French teammate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofthering
    Mr Detroit Metal, you neglect the fact that HUMANS buy these cars. We don't hate GM to make ourselves feel better, or try our best to screw them out of their profits by buying Toyota. You see, we the people CHOOSE our cars based on fit/finish and quality, not by country. GM kicked itself in the nuts by screwing the American people out of their money with substandard vehicles.

    Dude...you are totally right.Unfortunately you cant tell this retard anything.Thats why I give up.He is a Dee Dee Dee.

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    end of thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingofthering
    Mr Detroit Metal, you neglect the fact that HUMANS buy these cars. We don't hate GM to make ourselves feel better, or try our best to screw them out of their profits by buying Toyota. You see, we the people CHOOSE our cars based on fit/finish and quality, not by country. GM kicked itself in the nuts by screwing the American people out of their money with substandard vehicles.

    I am NOT saying that they didn't....BUT today is a different day and GM is a different company because of it that makes better cars than what you precieve them to be.

    That was my whole point here, and that in spite of ALL of that they remain at #1 in worldwide sales !!! Hardly a fact to be argued with at all, nor is GM a company to be just discounted to the point of extinction.

    They are Bad Boys in Detroit, and they are not taking this lying down either. They will continue and succeed with GM.

    Now you can end the thread !

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    mdm watch this. you will have a much better out look on life.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91MtHvcespM
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    LOL...thats for real retards...LMAO I greatly prefer this one ;

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4id5f...elated&search=

    U BLUE IT AGAIN !!!.... AW GO ON GET UP AN DANCE !!! (you know you want to !)

    THX to all.

    ...it's been Fun, its been Real....but it ain't been REAL FUN !!!...lol.
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    Final post :

    GM not only has won the war but is winning the battles too !!!...read it and weep !.....:

    Jan. 2007 Sales: General Motors

    DETROIT - GM accelerated its efforts to reduce daily rental sales with a dramatic cut versus January 2006, contributing to United States total deliveries of 247,464 vehicles, down 19.7 percent on a sales day adjusted basis, from sales of 296,003 in January 2006.

    "We are aggressively reducing our daily rental fleet sales as a continuing element of our strategy to offer industry-leading value and improve residuals. Importantly, we also are launching significant new vehicles such as everybody's truck of the year, the Chevrolet Silverado, and GMC Sierra full-size pickups, as well as the new GMC Acadia and Saturn Outlook mid-utility crossovers," said Mark LaNeve, vice president, GM North American Sales, Service and Marketing. "In January, our mix of total fleet to retail sales continued to improve significantly. The positive movement we have seen in total mix, and the mix of fleet to retail sales, positions us for future retail sales growth."

    Total full-size pickup retail sales were up 7 percent compared with January 2006, with positive showings by Chevrolet Avalanche up 77 percent and GMC Sierra up 13 percent. Chevrolet Silverado retail sales volume was up more than 1,000 trucks compared with last January.

    The new GMC Acadia and Saturn Outlook together accounted for more than 2,300 retail vehicle sales in the month. Combined with a 25 percent increase in retail sales for Buick Rendezvous, the mid-utility segment grew retail sales 132 percent compared with year-ago January levels.

    Large luxury utilities continued to perform well, with a 40 percent retail increase by Cadillac Escalade, a 116 percent retail increase by the Escalade ESV and a 44 percent retail increase by Escalade EXT, compared with January 2006. "The continued strong performance of our segment-leading Escalade luxury utilities demonstrates our ability to design and deliver outstanding large luxury SUVs, with the best value, to the marketplace," LaNeve added.

    Driven by a 5 percent increase in Chevrolet Aveo retail sales, GM's economy car segment retail volume was up 5 percent compared with January 2006. A 6 percent retail increase in Buick Lucerne and a 30 percent increase in Chevrolet Impala retail sales, compared with the same month a year ago, pushed GM's mid-car segment retail volume up 3 percent.

    Certified Used Vehicles

    January 2007 sales for all certified GM brands, including GM Certified Used Vehicles, Cadillac Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, Saturn Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, Saab Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, and HUMMER Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles, were 43,262 units, up nearly 10 percent from last January.

    GM Certified Used Vehicles, the industry's top-selling certified brand, posted January sales of 37,550 units, up 9 percent from year-ago levels.

    Cadillac Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles posted strong January sales of 3,732 units, up nearly 27 percent. Saturn Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles sold 1,326 units in January, down 17.5 percent. Saab Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles sold 527 units, up 22 percent, and HUMMER Certified Pre-Owned Vehicles sold 127 units.

    "GM Certified Used Vehicles started the new year off strong, increasing sales 9 percent over last January," LaNeve said. "This builds nicely upon 2006, when GM Certified Used Vehicles closed the year as the industry's top-selling manufacturer-certified brand for the fifth consecutive year. We're very pleased with this start and are confident 2007 will be a year for continued growth."

    GM North America Reports January 2007 Production, 2007 First-Quarter Production Forecast is Revised at 1.080 Million Vehicles

    In January, GM North America produced 313,000 vehicles (135,000 cars and 178,000 trucks). This is down 74,000 vehicles or 19 percent compared to January 2006 when the region produced 387,000 vehicles (159,000 cars and 228,000 trucks). (Production totals include joint venture production of 15,000 vehicles in January 2007 and 26,000 vehicles in January 2006.)

    The region's 2007 first-quarter production forecast is revised at 1.080 million vehicles (417,000 cars and 663,000 trucks), down 40,000 vehicles or 3.6 percent from last month's guidance. The production decrease is due to GM's ongoing efforts to reduce low-margin daily rental fleet sales, shifting production to the company's new full-size pickups and the ongoing management of inventories. In the first-quarter of 2006, the region produced 1.255 million vehicles (496,000 cars and 759,000 trucks).

    GM also announced 2006 actual fourth-quarter production and 2007 revised first-quarter production forecasts for its international regions.

    GM Europe - In the fourth-quarter of 2006, GM Europe built 443,000 vehicles. In the fourth-quarter of 2005, the region built 443,000 vehicles. The region's 2007 first-quarter production forecast is unchanged at 508,000 units. In the first-quarter of 2006 the region built 494,000 vehicles.

    GM Asia Pacific - GM Asia Pacific built 509,000 vehicles in the fourth-quarter of 2006. In the fourth-quarter of 2005, the region built 420,000 vehicles. The region's 2007 first-quarter production forecast is revised at 521,000 units, down 10,000 units from last month's guidance. In the first-quarter of 2006 the region built 472,000 vehicles.

    GM Latin America, Africa and the Middle East - In the fourth-quarter of 2006, the region built 215,000 vehicles. In the fourth-quarter of 2005, the region built 188,000 vehicles. The region's 2007 first-quarter production forecast is revised at 225,000 units, up 11,000 vehicles from last month's guidance. In the first-quarter of 2006, the region built 194,000 vehicles.

    General Motors Corp. (NYSE: GM), the world's largest automaker, has been the global industry sales leader for 76 years. Founded in 1908, GM today employs about 284,000 people around the world. With global headquarters in Detroit, GM manufactures its cars and trucks in 33 countries. In 2006, nearly 9.1 million GM cars and trucks were sold globally under the following brands: Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, GM Daewoo, Holden, HUMMER, Opel, Pontiac, Saab, Saturn and Vauxhall. GM's OnStar subsidiary is the industry leader in vehicle safety, security and information services. More information on GM can be found at www.gm.com.
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    Boohoo!

    Post your source.

    Oh wait, YOU'RE BANNED. Ha!

    *last laugh*
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRDETROITMETAL
    Ah So...I krannot spelk Japanorese and WTF is a CANNERY anyuway in ENGRISH ???...hmmmm.

    ...so just like the Camry (???) just looks so so wrong, is it even a NAME of something in another dilect other than AMERCIA - CAN !!!!

    I KNOW what an IMPALA is or a CHARGER or a FUSION but.....huh ?

    First thing Toyopet needs to do is LEARN how to build cars that AMERICANS can spell because they are REAL WORDS in the ENGLISH language...Cam-Whatever-y is NOT one of those words, sorry dudes.


    NEVERMIND....I am changing it to a DODGE right now !!!
    Screw you. Dont be racist. The names dont have to be in english. Most of them come form some latin type language.
    My motto: Quality over quantity.

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    ...interesting thread.

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    can we please stop reviving MDM's old threads?

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