Cool looking car - but it just doesn't fit the Buick image IMHO.
If only GM had a small, quirky, unconventional European brand in which a small, fun, efficient hatchback could be sold to US buyers....
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Buick is doing great these days. GM would be stupid to dump them in favor a brand that means absolutely nothing to most Americans.
Im sure that, even if it were manufactured in Germany, Buick can do good for its self by importing them in small numbers. Get people into the brand, and they'll "move up" to other models.
I for one like the Adam, but I like all miniature hatchbacks.
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Am I the only one who thinks that ,with those devilish looking eyes and thin, upturned chrome grille mustache, it look like it wants to tie a young girl to some railroad tracks or trick her into marrying it for her inheritance? I do like it though. It's a neat looking little car.
Hell no the interior for one will need a massive update to be a Buick. There is nothing "premium" about the Spark looking touchscreen or climate knobs.
As a Chevy yes. The front face looks like it could easily be sculpted to support the gold badge. But with the Spark already here I'd say this will remain another grass is always greener car.
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Just looked at how well the Amazing "German engineered" Regal is selling.
Pontiac was trying to create an enthusiast based image. I think a hot version of this would have fit Ok with that, but it would have worked as a Saturn too.