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Chris_Doane

2009 XLRv with no camo

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HarleyEarl    1

It makes you wonder if designers get together over cocktails and delcare: "its the era of the front fender sidevents".

Is this the opera window of our times? The vinyl roof?

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FUTURE_OF_GM    26

WOW! A 'bling-bling' side vent! (Much sarcasm implied)

It's doesn't have the new wheels, I guess. And I thought that god awful "Supercharged" badge was history.

Least it's not a cluttered looking as the front fender of the STS. (With the vent, GM badge and marker light)

Edited by FUTURE_OF_GM

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Didn't like the XLR before and I like it less now.

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Blake Noble    146
Not a fan of this.

Well, isn't that incentive enough to try and kick things off on a better model as it's replacement? Or let it just silently fade away?

Edited by YellowJacket894

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turbo200    6

I consider this a waste of whatever money they spent on it. they'd be better served to make the 443 hp standard on the lower model, and put in a big honkin vette engine in the V. this would help sales more than this minimally invasive cosmetic surgery that stripped one of the theme's that was likeable, the stealth uninterrupted flash forward style of the XLR.

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FUTURE_OF_GM    26
GMNA needs to get their act together or GME will do it for them! :AH-HA_wink:

LMFAO!

With what?

A Camry-melted-Nissan wannabe division, a marketing name and a virtually nonexistant Swedish brand?

LOL.

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