whay do you think about the sale of hummer to a chinese firm?


Asked by Jun 03, 2009 at 03:05 AM

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I think there will be no change in quality and maybe even an improvement in economy if they get smarter than GMand use smaller, more mass-market models.


i think people should be very upset with GM !!!! First thier big bail out !! Now they start selling out to china ! Also talk about building cars in MEXICO so much for buying AMERICAN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our goverment needs to pay more attention to thier investments and what thier doing with our money!


there is nothing left to worry about ... since the bid has been officially shut down by gm ( despite having a few days left to get the paperwork in ) , gm has announced that they will shut down the hummer division ...


hummer was badass. and no an h3 was not a hummer. it was for a select group of people.


no great loss. i used to work at a g.m. dealer and yeah over priced junk... horrible gas milage, poor performance, not much better off road. a very expensive decoration....

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i keep saying it to friends of mine ... the original hummers were cool ... but ever since they started mass producing them, hummer hasnt had the image they used to ... instead of being the ultimate go anywhere do anything vehicle ... now its put on an escalade frame and sold as a luxury ... kinda kills it for me

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I think that Hummer isn't really much of a loss, If we want to lower emissions in north america, selling hummer is a good choice, no offense to hummer fans


Hummer = military humvee = american secret = american have a new project and dont care anymore about hummer, they wouldnt let it go if not

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