After driving the redesigned Buick Skylark, you are tempted to think General Motors hasn't learned much since it started building cars in 1908.
Of course, we know that's not true.
After a devastating $4.5 billion loss in 1991, GM returned to profitability in the first quarter of 1992. The world's largest automaker is rebounding quickly because of cost-cutting measures and because of an improved line of cars, trucks and vans that are rapidly closing the gap - and in some cases passing - the competition.
However, there are still a few chinks in GM's armor. The Buick Skylark GS is one of them.
It seems mind-boggling that GM could miss the mark so widely with this overpriced, under-equipped compact... Read More