Entries Tagged ‘GM’

Chinese Corp’s Purchase of Hummer Begs the Question…

Hey, I’m glad that GM (the old one, not that there New GM) found a buyer for Hummer, arguably it’s most worstest division, but you gotta wonder if the Chinese buyer, Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Company Ltd., bought it because they thought it was a good purchase, or because they think that Hummers are […]

Episode 16: The pause.com Entertainment Podcast

Episode 16 of The pause.com Entertainment Podcast is live! NOTE: To subscribe to the pause.com Entertainment Podcast on iTunes Click here to open iTunes to our podcast, then click the SUBSCRIBE button. In this episode: Tony talks about playing Pixel Junk Eden Encore on the PS3 and Lou reveals that he’s been having a ton’o’fun with the beta of […]

Caddy’s Green Converj Gets Green Light, But Maybe No Green

If you’ve visited an auto show recently where the Converj was on display, you were probably at least a little bit wowed by its styling, even if it’s not a car you’d want to drive yourself. Done up as a concept and unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in January, the Converj is GM’s way […]

GM Wins Best Timing Award for Recall of 277,000 Vehicles

Well, we thought it was pretty cool when GM told Uncle Sammy that they didn’t need that other $2 billion earmarked for them. But now the general has another costly headache on its hands. GM’s announced a recall of 277,000 vehicles that possibly have a loose clip on their transmission shift cable that would cause […]

Holden Commodore’s Aussie Reign Just More Rain on Our Parade (of Crap)

Over at Autoblog, there’s a piece on how the Holden Commodore has retained its status as the #1 selling car in Australia for the 13th straight year, despite nearly the lowest total sales of the past 30 years since the Commodore was first introduced. But the article is just one more thing for us United […]

Chevy Volt Gets Official, Looks…Interesting

I appreciate that Chevy is using the Volt to “usher in GM’s second 100 years” but I just don’t see the Volt being the car to guarantee that proposed longevity. Hit the clicky thingie to read more about the Volt and find out why…