Lets get a couple things straight. I will express my opinion about GM as I see fit. They are a train wreck of a company and no one can dispute that. End of that story. That doesn't mean I don't like their stuff, I do. I was driving a Vette before some of you guys had a drivers license. I love the new Camaro and I would really like to have a convertible when it becomes available. I can separate the product that I like from the questionable operation of the company that builds them. I wonder about you guys that think you need to defend the company or make apologies for them. I have repeated several times on this forum that I have continued to see improvement in Chevy products over the past several years and I would very much like to see them succeed. I have a financial interest in GM doing well, but I am not going to sugar coat the reality of the situation.
As for driving a Porsche, you would be a lot more likely to catch me driving a cheap Camry or an older Mercedes, $2500-4000 cars than the Cayman.
Bottom line for me, I won't be driving a Camaro because its a Chevrolet or because I think it looks cool, I am a little more hard to please than that. If a Camaro lands in my driveway it will because it is a striking car with great performance, great build quality and a solid value. I will not buy it on a whim, not saying any of you will either, but I will be expecting something pretty **** good for the money. And, for the last time, I think Chevy can deliver all of those things in the Camaro and I hope it is that good, so far I think it is meeting those expectation.
Last edited by Douge; 03-10-2009 at 10:36 PM.