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BlkHhr104

Which brand do you want more?

  

28 members have voted

  1. 1. Which brand do you want more?

    • Olds
      23
    • Saturn
      5


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Which brand would you rather have Old's or the supposed replacement Saturn? Edited by BlkHhr104

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This is a no-brainer...

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In that case most our users are qualified to answer it. :P

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Olds. Saturn has continued to suck money out of the coffers, and I think Olds would be adding money to the coffers if it was still alive today. However, Saturn looks to have a bright future.

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For me obviously Olds. Not too many people have a soft spot for Saturn, but they do have potential with what's coming out.

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Joe you are a wildman....that is the best thing I have read in a while. LMAO....love the Tatra/Trabant tie-in...it's so true too.

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I would keep both and kill Buick. Saturn has no image and can still be shaped into the American Opel, which I dont think would work for Olds. And just because Saturn has no image now, doesnt mean it never will. All car companies started somewhere. Just think, what if GM would have killed Chevy back when it was a new company because Olds had more heritage. That doesnt mean I like Saturn more than Olds, I just think Saturn should be given a chance to grow. Do you expect your parents to like you more than your little brother just because your older?

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Obviously Olds. 100 years of innovation gone...

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