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post #11 of (permalink) Old 12-13-2006, 03:26 PM
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This is so sad.

And for friggin car magazine editors....boy did they let the dealership rip them off with that 15k mile service! LOL At a Saturn dealer you would've got the "Goodwrench" visual inspection for free. I know for a fact that an oil change w/ filter plus tire rotation should cost $50 tops. Service emissions? Is that warranty work?

These people just kill me. OMG, I just lost 20 seconds of my life to put down the top. Well geez...that 20 seconds must be WAY more important than enjoying the sun and breeze in a convertible. My dad's old Buick GS convertible had a power top, and I bet it took AT LEAST 30 seconds for that thing to go down.
Your dads Buick GS was beautiful...where is it now? I would wait a half hour if I had that car....now back to the regular scheduled program...

Has everyone forgotten the Apprentice....the first 1000 cars....wow. Donald did a number on u guys/gals. I am sorry to say anything bad about the Solstice but when I saw the interior of the car, it was the cheapest looking thing that Pontiac put in a car. All this to save a buck. I haven't commented on the exterior style because that is subjective....remember, the SKY won the awards in looks and interior appearance. My 2.4 engine is simply wonderful with my magnaflow quads. I am lucky and have no engine noise or problem. It sounds fine. Of course I have 3K miles on it...But sales may have slowed because of the seasonal trend but our cars r lookers...The people who bought the Solstice saw the interior. They could have walked out.
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