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Cadillac SRX Second Generation Forum (2010-2016) Discussion, No more crappy cars in Cadillac SRX / XT5 Forums; Seeing is believing....
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    No more crappy cars

    Seeing is believing.

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    Re: No more crappy cars

    Reading the part where the dress code was 10 pages`s no wonder the company went bankrupt...sheesh

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    Re: No more crappy cars

    Quote Originally Posted by GeeVee View Post
    Reading the part where the dress code was 10 pages`s no wonder the company went bankrupt...sheesh
    GM's Mary Barra drives an SRX and has taken home the C-7 Vette on a few of her weekends too! She's cut out a lot of the old culture BS that had existed for decades.

    The GM Engine Plant Mgr. in our area comes to work in jeans and a even wears a different Corvette logo polo shirt, where they make the new LT-1 460 HP C-7 Corvette engine, just about everyday. Yes, no more building and selling crappy cars like back in the days when GM only had "bean-counters" running the company. Today GM has awesome engineering, styling, performance and great fuel economy too.
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