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  1. I drive a 2005 Ford Taurus with 108k miles on it, I plan on driving it until the wheels fall off and then I will think about buying a used car. There is no way I want to get stuck with another new car payment. MY soon to be ex~wife and I had new car payments for 10 years, that's long enough to last a life time! Greg
  2. I think a lot of it had to do with the price of the car. How many people you know these days that can afford to go to the dealer and spend $30k+ on a new car? I am a very talkative guy and I talk with a lot of the local mom and pop business owners/managers in my area. And business is down everywhere, and a lot of them are struggling to keep the door open. The only businesses doing really good in my area are Walmart and pawn shops. Greg
  3. Lincoln lost its way a long time ago when they got rid of the big cars and started re-branding the smaller Ford cars. When I was growing up owning a Lincoln meant you were one of the upper class citizens who had a taste for the finer things in life. I don't even know what you would call today's Lincoln owners. Greg
  4. Are you freaking kidding me it took a Economist to for GM to realize the price of a new car is too high? Your going to spend $20k on a shoe horn style car and if you want a SUV your talking $35k+. Most of the high paying jobs in America went over sea's, most people don't have that kind of money today. Three months ago I read that 80% of student loans were in default and how are young people going to buy a car when they can't even afford to pay their student loan? Greg P.S. My car is 8 years old and I will be driving it until the wheels fall off, there is no way I want another car payment!

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