GM had a $1.5b profit last quarter.How is it that Subaru can make a quality product in the USA and make a profit and GM builds the "all american" Silvado pickup in mexico and not make a profit?
Actually, the difference between 2012 and 2013 3.6R or H6 is quite substantial. I test drove 2012 3.6R a few times and can compare it with my new 2013 3.6R OB I drive now. 2012 has a very floaty-boaty ride to my taste. It corners pretty badly with leaning and understeering like a big SUV. It wallows on a highway and doesn't keep its course in a straight line for a long, so you have to constantly adjust it. 2012 3.6R limited doesn't have rear seat vents and its instrument panel has that stupid MPG gauge in place of normal temperature gauge.We too notced that local dealers were putting 12s in front and stashing 13s in the back. which is understandable, they need to move inventory. I do think good deals on 12s are to be had now, but they will not necessarily be advertized. I am thinking if you are buying a H-6, you can get a great deal on 12 as it sounds like there isn't much difference other than appearance between 12 and 13 H-6. That is not the case with 2.5.