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GM Files for Trademark Name Application for Montana

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It would appear that GM is considering reviving a Pontiac nameplate as a possible future Chevrolet truck. Seems like GM has files a trademark application for the Montana name.

http://gmauthority.com/blog/2017/08/general-motors-files-trademark-application-for-montana/

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Interesting choice... Pretty sure, that name will always mean mini-van to me.

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Why the Montana? Just bring back the S10 name. [emoji52]


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C'mon - you know there is un-written rule that all trucks and SUVs have to have a rugged, manly, outdoorsy name. So we've had Cheyenne, Tahoe, Yukon, Colorado, Canyon, Trailblazer, Blazer, Sierra, Acadia, Terrain, Savanna, "Denali". Competitors have Dakota, RAM, Durango, Cherokee, Wrangler, and Tundra, need I go on?

I dare any manufacturer to name a vehicle Teton or Grand Teton - since it literally is an Anglicized French word for tits/breasts thus named by the 19th-century French-speaking fur trappers who first made it to the Jackson Hole valley. But I digress......

So GM is recycling the Montana name from Pontiac. GMC re-used the Safari name on the G-Van. 

The S10/S15 platform is dead man, let it go. Although they can bring back the Syclone or Typhoon any time, IMO.

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I forgot to mention the name Sequoia was also taken.

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I always like the name Sonoma

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42 minutes ago, Professur said:

I always like the name Sonoma

Thought of the KIA Sedona :lol: 

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1 hour ago, Ringo64 said:

Thought of the KIA Sedona :lol: 

That's some warped thinkin right there.   Now think of Notallthere  in latex pushing it down the road.  Quick fix.

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22 hours ago, Ringo64 said:

Thought of the KIA Sedona :lol: 

Shame....shame....shame on you RIngo !!!! :talk:

21 hours ago, JUSTA6 said:

That's some warped thinkin right there.   Now think of Notallthere  in latex pushing it down the road.  Quick fix.

:picard:   Don't.....don't encourage him JUSTA.....please !!!!!!

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