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FLASH - GM to sell most of its Isuzu Motors stake

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Thank the Auto gods! No more Isuzu-GM partnership.. hopefully. The Colorado/Canyon twins, although decent trucks.. weren't enough to compete with the competition. Most of the problems with the vehicle including bad interior and small engines are a result of GM giving too much control of the trucks to the Isuzu engineers and designers.

The result.. a vehicle that didn't stand a chance against the competition.

Hopefully, the next Canyon/Colorado will be GM's first genuine effort into the mid-size pick-up truck market.

They can do it.. they just need to try.

Other then the pick-ups..I don't see any reason why Isuzu should belong to GM anymore. It currently doesn't offer anything original and it's obvious that the company was going to leave the US anyway.

Edited by Cadillacfan

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i thought the isuzu partnership had already been almost liquidated?

i thought back in 2000 or so, when they were developing the duramax, it was around 49% or something... after it was completeled i thought they sold a lot and got it down to 10-20%... they are going to continue to sell the remaining? what does isuzu motors accually have thats of value? the shares should be useless...

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