Rick Wagoner Unwraps First Shots Of Chevy Cruze, Cadillac SRX

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In the now-infamous press conference from General Motors this morning, Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner not only spelled out GM's strategy to save itself from impending doom, but also revealed pretty much every upcoming GM vehicle that hadn't already been shown to the public. This includes the first photos of the 2010 Chevy Cruze, 2010 Cadillac SRX, 2010 Saab 9-4X, and the 2010 Chevrolet Equinox. This comes in addition to official confirmation of the 2010 Buick LaCrosse, 2010 Cadillac CTS Coupe and 2010 Cadillac CTS Wagon. So basically, along with GM's own downsizing, they're also putting plenty of enterprising spy photographers out of business too.


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@leemikemphstn: Man, your idiotic import rants never stop. Just a quick look at your post log shows that you have a blind hate for anything US of A. But that's OK!

When it comes down to quality, where have you been the past few years? New GM cars give imports more competition and many models surpassing them in many aspects. Fuel Economy, reliability, and power are all up to par. Interior quality is there. A 1995 Accord is no nicer then a 1995 Impala, so I have no idea where most import lovers feel that their cars have historically been better. I drive the streets of houston seeing far more old imports on the verge of rattling apart then I do domestic cars.

Your eyes do deceive you in ways you cannot imagine. The CUVs featured here are all different from one another, including the Cadi. Shares nothing style-wise with the little Equinox. In fact, no Cadillac besides the Escalade is a badge job.

Man, I rode home in this 04 Carolla once. The damn car still had crank windows, full plastic interior, and a transmission that would never leave third gear for the life of it self!!! Dirt grey cloth seats, peeling blue tint from the factory. And it's A/C didnt work! Ever try no A/C in TX?

If I recall right, no American car still had crank windows, and even my 1990 Firebird had a higher quality interior, and certainly after 270,000 miles, runs a helluva lot better.

Oh man, not to mention my friends 2001 Accord. Paint peel on this thing is worse then my 18 year old Firebird. Headliner is peeling down, and the thing rattles like a bucket of bolts. The speedo sometimes works. The Check Engine Light never goes off. Passenger seat won't fully lean forward so your stuck in the ghetto lean all the time.

I hate Japanese cars, I will never ever ever ever own one ever, arrrghghgh grobble grobble grobble.