Re: R.I.P. General Motors (1931-2006)



Vancouver, BC. where the typical car is definitely smaller than in many parts of the USA. The auto manufacturers admit that Canadians buy cars a size smaller than in the USA.
Last year I made two trips down to Florence, OR and the absence of 300s on the highway in BC, Wash, and OR was quite noticeable. There were just a few. There were many Sebrings, Camrys, Hondas, etc. The North West is more into higher fuel mileage cars, but many are also into big trucks.
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