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November 18, 2010

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A nice overview of the buzz from Day 2. And an honest one. I'm with you on Hyundai and Kia catching a few other OEMs asleep at the wheel, and successfully elevating their brand image through much improved vehicles and build quality, and value for money.
And I'm with you on Audi too. Don't worry about the Golf, bring the A1, the market is right, with everyone scrabbling to offer an 'urban hatch' ala Fiesta.
Mitsi? We'll see. It's a tough market, full of very attractive finance and other incentives.
The Corolla? Probably will not hurt sales, and will extend the run another year or two..
And I'm sure, after 2 days of full on marketing, propaganda, endless new model presentations somewhere on the 346,000 square feet, I would forgo Chrysler for food and caffeine.
Thanks for your coverage. I appreciate it.
Oh, everyone is focusing on the good stuff, any chance of a rogue's gallery? A what are they thinking concepts?
Thanks again Gary.

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That Jaguar CX75 concept has been popular among enthusiasts lately. As for the new Hyundai, I can't wait to see that new Elantra in our neighborhood Hyundai dealership (Indianapolis-area).

Hyundai is surprisingly sturdy for a non-Japanese/Italian car. I just wonder how much it costs for a Hyundai's car service. Indianapolis has a lot of people who drives a Hyundai and I haven't heard any negative feedback about the car.

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