Editor's note: General Motors' negotiations to buy Korea's Daewoo Motor Co. were continuing at midweek, and Daewoo's U.S. dealers were worried about the future. Here's what one sales manager said.
It is my overwhelming conviction that Daewoo products deserve to be represented in the United States.
Our dealership has been selling and servicing Daewoo products for 13 months, and it is one of the best business decisions we have made in our 28-year history.
Daewoo builds a high-quality product, and our customers' satisfaction has been extremely high.
There have been rumors that Daewoo has no new products in sight.
I have driven the all-new 2003 Daewoo Leganza - what a car!
We firmly believe that it and the U-100 will take Daewoo to the next level.
I believe in the Daewoo product, and I will do whatever it takes to help keep Daewoo in the United States.
We are a multiline dealership. Four members of my family own Daewoo products, and they are completely thrilled with them.
Get the deal done with or without General Motors, so we Daewoo dealers can move on and carry Daewoo to a higher level.