There are some great deals on American cars out their these days. With the right incentives you can get anywhere from $7500 to $15000 off on a car. I've seen deals on the Cadillac CTS, Chevy Malibu, Ford Mustang and Buick Lucerne. There is nothing wrong with these cars. The management teams at American car companies left a lot to be desired, but that does not diminish the products that these companies have created the last few years.
Still with all the incentives, the increased quality of American cars and their great looks, people won't even bother entertaining the thought of buying American. I recently purchased a Cadillac CTS V, black on black. I can't tell you how many times people told me I should have bought a bimmer, Cadillac is an "old man's " car. When I ask if they've seen the new Caddy, they say no, but I rode in one a long time ago. Well if anyone has seen the new CTS, it's anything but an "old man's" car. In fact, many young people have been starting talk about the new American car revolution.
This is the time that Americans need to come together and support U.S. carmakers or at least the people that are building them. At the very least, we should take a look at these cars and compare them with their foreign counterparts.
Did anyone know that Cadillac CTS V beat the BMW M3 in all categories for 20-25K less? Did anyone check JD Powers 3 year reliabilty. Buick came in #1 and Caddy beat Honda. Ford and Chrysler were well above average. BMW just made it slightly above average and Mercedes fell below average. American cars are a lot better in every respect than they used to be, they deserve a chance. Our country deserves a chance.
See the results of the JD Powers study by clicking the link below: