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Old 09-16-2005, 10:27 AM   #11
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If I squint, I see Aztec.


But only if i squint.
PUT YOUR GLASSES BACK ON!!!

PLEASSEEEEEE!!!!

actually, if you take a picture of the vibe, and change the aspect ratio so that it'* taller, you'll see the aztec...
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As long as they can sell them, I could care less what they sell. Look at the 2000-2005 Impala Car and Driver didn't like them but they sold some 290,000 a year... As long as they sell and make money off them who really cares? That way they can take the money they make and develope other worth while products like a RWD Bonneville! Nice looking SUV and love the steering wheel too! Give it a 3900 VVT and I consider buying one! I need guts!
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As long as they can sell them, I could care less what they sell. Look at the 2000-2005 Impala Car and Driver didn't like them but they sold some 290,000 a year... As long as they sell and make money off them who really cares? That way they can take the money they make and develope other worth while products like a RWD Bonneville! Nice looking SUV and love the steering wheel too! Give it a 3900 VVT and I consider buying one! I need guts!

that'* my major beef with it, beyond the obvious rebading effort - pontiac, our excitement division, which is supposedly going to take on BMW, doesn't give the torrent any balls...
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I think its not bad. Most people want normal engines with good gas mileage, since us over in the states do not have to drive 100mph for hours consecitvely, as compared to the Beemers overseas.
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True, but that'* why they're supposed to be able to buy the chevy version.

On its own, it'* a good vehicle, but when you look at what pontiac is supposed to be, it doesn't quite fit. Wouldn't be too hard to change that, but they haven't yet
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