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WTH? Why is there GM propaganda on the news page?


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#1 Roy Thigpen

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Posted January 8, 2011 at 02:30 pm

See How the 2011 Impalla Beats the 2011 Charger in so many ways!
See what the Yukon offers that the Grand Cherokee doesn't!
Considering a Grand Cherokee? Look at a Enclave instead.

No links, nothing just three b.s. lines above the fold in the news section.

#2 Dave

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Posted January 8, 2011 at 02:40 pm

GM ads. They pay for them. Nobody is stopping Chrysler, or your local Chrysler dealer, from pushing them off the page.

PS> You don't find it ironic that GM is funding a Chrysler site? Hee hee.

#3 Roy Thigpen

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Posted January 8, 2011 at 02:52 pm

GM ads. They pay for them. Nobody is stopping Chrysler, or your local Chrysler dealer, from pushing them off the page.

PS> You don't find it ironic that GM is funding a Chrysler site? Hee hee.


Dave we need to have a contest to come up with the best answers to those "questions"

#4 Dave

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Posted January 8, 2011 at 03:04 pm

I agree.

See How the 2011 Impalla Beats the 2011 Charger in so many ways!
* It's got better mileage
* It's named after an animal
* It's used by police departments that haven't heard of the Charger yet
* It's sold by a company named after a race car driver, not one named after, um, automotive engineers
* Impala has better advertising

See what the Yukon offers that the Grand Cherokee doesn't!
* Cheap interior
* Lower mileage (base engines)
* Special "slow shift" transmissions
* Cool "uncontrolled headlights" feature

Considering a Grand Cherokee? Look at a Enclave instead.
* Someone has to!
* And if you look at both, you'll buy the Grand Cherokee
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#5 HotCarNut

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Posted January 8, 2011 at 03:23 pm

I agree.

See How the 2011 Impalla Beats the 2011 Charger in so many ways!
* It's got better mileage
* It's named after an animal
* It's used by police departments that haven't heard of the Charger yet
* It's sold by a company named after a race car driver, not one named after, um, automotive engineers
* Impala has better advertising

See what the Yukon offers that the Grand Cherokee doesn't!
* Cheap interior
* Lower mileage (base engines)
* Special "slow shift" transmissions
* Cool "uncontrolled headlights" feature

Considering a Grand Cherokee? Look at a Enclave instead.
* Someone has to!
* And if you look at both, you'll buy the Grand Cherokee

LMAO! Those are great! How about:

See How the 2011 Impalla Beats the 2011 Charger in so many ways!
*"Tried and True technology" - it's all been around over a decade nearly unchanged
*FWD layout - more torque steer than the Charger guaranteed
*Steering so numb you could hit a deer and not feel a thing

See what the Yukon offers that the Grand Cherokee doesn't!
*A bloated body on frame design
*A third row your cat couldn't crawl into
*Less cargo room when the seats are up
*Acres and acres of hard plastics with bad dye jobs

Considering a Grand Cherokee? Look at a Enclave instead.
* Better gas mileage (but nowhere near the window sticker)
* Seats 7 (or 8) comfortably
* Driving dynamics to make a minivan driver green with envy
* Can go across your front yard with minimal damage to the vehicle (but only in AWD form)

The last one's a tough one for me because I actually love the LAMBDA vehicles (I'm on my second GMC Acadia). However, in terms of off-road ability the Jeep has the Enclave beat hands down. I scrape the lower fascia of my Acadia on curbs if I'm not careful.

#6 Dave

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Posted January 17, 2011 at 12:20 pm

The "dead feel" seemed awfully strong on the Enclave I drove. It just seemed a lot harder to drive than the Grand Cherokee, too - not sure why. Some powertrain quirks though mighty quick overall.

http://www.acarplace...08/enclave.html

#7 digitalrailroader

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Posted January 21, 2011 at 04:12 pm

The Lambda Crossover are a Real Sore Spot for me right now; and its called the Chevrolet Traverse.

#8 Detonator Yellow

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Posted August 31, 2012 at 04:19 am

My favorite: Looking at a Dodge Magnum? then check out the All New Chevy Malibu.

#9 Kevin1990

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Posted February 25, 2013 at 07:56 am

GM ads. They pay for them. Nobody is stopping Chrysler, or your local Chrysler dealer, from pushing them off the page.

PS> You don't find it ironic that GM is funding a Chrysler site? Hee hee.

 

A yeah that on this one!!

 

Thank you, that´s what i thought




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