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Chrysler Pacifica long-termer, GM's Opel sold, Lexus hybrids: What’s New @ The Car Connection

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2017 Chrysler Pacifica - Best Car to Buy 20172017 Chrysler Pacifica Limited long-term road test: the kickoff The Car Connection picks one or two cars each year to road-test and review for more than the usual week. We grab long-term vehicles when we spot a car, truck, minivan, or SUV that deserves more time behind the wheel, and a more thorough explanation of why we recommend it. 10 rental...

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The Vauxhall was a grand nameplate ... but lets face it ... it was pointless.

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2 hours ago, Professur said:

The Vauxhall was a grand nameplate ... but lets face it ... it was pointless.

Eh, not too much for the Europeans. It go the Holden Commodore and Malo that we know as the G8 and GTO. Granted, they could have brought it to another brand but still, always liked their styling changes. 

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