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Workers, media members take new Lordstown-built diesel Cruze for a spin

June 14, 2013

A routine weekend commute from Cortland to New York state has General Motors fabrication plant electrician Mark Dearborn waiting eagerly for an opportunity to purchase his own new Chevy Cruze Clean......

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Billdog

Jun-18-13 11:42 AM

The article is about the new model not the man buying one. One sentence is the article is the entire focus of the commenter. How somebody else spends their money is non of my business. Whether ,I, believe it is a good or bad decision I'm sure this man could give a flying fv<k.

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NomoreCrap

Jun-14-13 11:37 AM

Don't confuse opinions with complaints Bill, Insured with Moonie here, most people can't trade in a vehicle every 2yrs and those who do are making horrible financial decisions.

You have to agree there is a huge loss in equity and shouldn't a GM vehicle be good for 10yrs or more? I believe citizens could do much better financially with a little education rather than being bombarded with new products and pressure to spend, spend, spend...

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Billdog

Jun-14-13 11:16 AM

Great positive attitudes there ladies. Some people complain even under the best of conditions. Oh well, I hope this is another great seller. I find it nice to see people with in our community prosper, even if others put great amounts of energy being negative.

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moonie

Jun-14-13 9:56 AM

Only GM employees can afford to trade in their car every two years! I would never trade in a two year old car - too much of a loss money-wise, even considering the gas savings.

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indycolt

Jun-14-13 9:56 AM

I wonder what mr. depolo is thinking while he is looking at that motor, did I do a good job, I know where the defects are, this is the best work I ever did or oh well there it is i'll let someone else sell the public on the stupidity of buying a diesel when the gas model gets almost as good gas mileage and gas is cheaper.

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