SUV sales have been increasing so much they've outpaced passenger cars so this is worth the gamble as far as i'm concerned. Call me crazy but $50k is worth it.
starting from just under the $29k mark in the US, almost no one has an excuse to not get one.Unless we see noticeably better fuel economy in the entry level model, then I'm inclined to agree. For a brand new model the pricing structure is fairly normal, and if the Blazer is successful we'll probably see more standard kit for the next MY.
taking after the germans has always been a good idea in my books and historically it played out well for them, what to say buyers in cheaper segments don't want the same thing?I would hate to see Ford and Chevy 'sedanize' their pony cars, and to be honest the only reason why I see it happening with the Mustang is because Ford has left themselves no other options. I know that the Cruze has been doing quite well for Chevy.