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Opel Antara (read: Saturn Vue) photos

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anyone think the North American version will get anywhere close to as nice an interior? Most likely not by the time the tightwads in Detroit get done cost cutting. Typical Detroit, take something good and cheapen it.

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anyone think the North American version will get anywhere close to as nice an interior? Most likely not by the time the tightwads in Detroit get done cost cutting. Typical Detroit, take something good and cheapen it.

As much as I'd like to believe that this will come acroos the pond unadulterated, I get the feeling that it''l be dumbed down to satisfy the bean counters...

We can only wait I guess...

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It will probably get the black tie radios, but other than that I think it will be the same.

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It will probably get the black tie radios, but other than that I think it will be the same.

the corporate radios here look ugly.

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I'm sick of the GM corporate radio. At least the radio in the Opel looks integrated..even though a very close look shows you it's not. But at least with this interior you get an illusion it is.

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ugly.

the arch roofline on crossovers and SUVs lately is just lame.

worst offenders: Pontiac Vibe and Dodge Magnum.

waste of interior storage space.

bleah.

the front is, for lack of a better word, lumpy.

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I think the current GM radios look pretty good, especially when you look at most older stock radios...

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