The money woes that plague GM right now are well known and will be the item of discussion in enthusiast circles since it was learned that the mid-size, mid-priced rear-wheel drive sedans and coupes that were due to be hitting the streets within two years from GM, have been put on hold indefinitely. That means the next GTO, a possible Camaro replacement, Buick's flagship and the RWD Bonneville replacement have been taken off the future car list. GM is using all their resources to bring the new full-size trucks and SUVs to market as quickly as possible. We think the cars would have been a wiser choice for many reasons. The story was first reported by CheersandGears.com this weekend and confirmed by the article in The Detroit News this morning.
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