Date: Wed, 17 Sep 1997 01:46:20 -0400
From: "ROY NUTT" <kenconopsamsouth.net>
Subject: Re: Cadillac Catera - A Fine Euro-Sedan


GM! Are we going to vent here? I think the quality of the "Bland" = cars speak for them selves. GM. Come on, get real. I have an 86 nissan = ext Cab 2.4l with miles that GM dreams of reaching. The thought of GM = makes my head swim. Flashbacks to bad decisions I'm talking about experience with low quality here. (nothin personal). kenco! Aamir Qazi wrote in article <5vms3j$33rnopsamedu>... >Lou Stitzer (theheatnopsametcom.com) wrote: >: >: It's an overpriced Caddilac made by GM. My uncle leased one and loves >: it. I personally think it's too small to be a Caddy. They remind me = of >: Caddilac's cheap attempt to make a small Caddilac from the 80's = called >: a Cimmeron. In my opinion it was just a glorified Chevy Caviler.=20 > > >--I think you should make judgments based on the CAR itself, not on the > badge or the history of the make. It is not overpriced; it is priced > competitively with other sedans in its price class. If that car had = a > German nameplate on it, it probably would have cost a few grand more > than it already does. If that car had an Opel badge on it (in the US > market), I'd think that the naysayers would welcome another German > car & nameplate to the American market. But since it comes with a > Cadillac crest on it, no! It's an overpriced mismarketed GM car! > So take the car as it is...and forget about the badge that's on it. > I think it's a welcome alternative to bland cars such as the Acura > TL series or the Infiniti I30. > >--Aamir Qazi > qazinopsamuwm.edu >

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