I hope that turbocharging has improved.
I remember Detroits attempt at turbocharging in the 80's;
In addition to the oil change every 1000 miles,
the maintenance schedule had it in the shop more than on the road.
If I remember correctly,
there was a shorter warranty mileage/period too.
I've never owned a GM turbocharged vehicle, but my Grandmother used to love
her turbocharged Chrysler LaBaron. If you really want to go fast in a GM,
get a supercharged engine. The 3800 Series II will snap you back in your
seat like you wouldn't believe. And for a few bucks in modifications, you
can easily push 300 horses.
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