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In Buick's moment of truth, public raves and rants over latest model

Chrissie Thompson covers GM for Automotive News
Buick's tell-all Web site, “Moment of Truth,” is now live.

Buick had promised to post all articles, positive or negative, written about the 2011 Regal sport sedan. In addition, consumers have a chance to submit comments and videos for posting on the site.

The buff-book reviews on the site are overwhelmingly positive. But Buick follows through by posting several skeptical and even outright negative consumer comments.

“Looks like a sharp car, BUT!, When are we gonna see some fuel milage [sic] Improvement???” one commenter writes.

Another says: “in the world of Buick, this might be good but they are no farther along than Hyundai with this offering.”

And one person calls the car “Garbage.”

Check out www.momentoftruth.com to see more.

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