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Chevy To Sticker Cars' Environmental Impact

Beginning with its 2012 subcompact Sonic, Chevrolet will begin providing information on the lifetime environmental impact of its cars. What do you think?

  • "Say goodbye, Ferrari. Nobody's going to want your cars now."

    Earl Timony
    Deicer Tester
  • "Louis Chevrolet is no doubt turning in his grave right now. To say nothing of William C. Durant, William Little, and Dr. Edwin R. Campbell! What, is loving the history of Chevrolet a crime?"

    Pilar Ranaldo
    Police Aide
  • "They used to do that for the Ford Mustang, but it was for panties dropped over its lifetime."

    Louis Fair
    Unemployed