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Whatever, believe what you want.  The steep windshields are for aerodynamics.  Only 3.9% of American men are over 6'2", so automakers aren't focusing on NFL/NBA sized people but on the majority. 

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My last comment on this as we have gone away from the car discussion, but I find much less personal space in the Asian side of the house for me. 

Back on cars, GM needs to make a massive update to their car line to keep it competitive which I think we all agree needs to be done and at least they are not totally dumping it like Ford which I think will bite them in the butt in the near future.

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9 minutes ago, ccap41 said:

The Cruze and Malibu are like 1 and 2 years old.. They're basically still brand new.

Yes fairly new but not wow, better than everyone else. It would be nice if GM would actually focus on being better than everyone rather than just equal to or we have a product in that category, good enough attitude.

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