Notorious cars … black spots in GM’s robe

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Every prominent car brand has a set of models that have been pitfalls in its history and have been called notorious cars.

This applies to the famous “General Motors” group, which previously released a group of models that were the worst in its history with a V8 engine.

Car news site “Hot Cars” collected the worst models of General Motors operating with a V8 engine, to avoid buying them used because of the troubles for the owner, and included the 1980 Chevrolet Camaro, whose engine produced 120 horsepower and was available with a capacity of 4.4 liters.

And the Cadillac V-8-6-4, and all versions that were available between 1981 and 1984 were among the worst versions of the V8.

After him, the list included the 2003 Pontiac GTO, and it was one of the worst V8s ever to be introduced by a GM brand.

And the 1982 version, the Oldsmobile Cutlass Diesel, fit the same description, because it was a V8 that suffered from frequent malfunctions.

The versions of the Chevrolet SSR between 2004 and 2006 were among the worst V8 models and had previously been introduced by Chevrolet under the General Motors umbrella.

And from Chevrolet, too, the site warned in its list of copies that were offered between 1975 and 1980, of the MONZA model, because it was powered by a V8 engine that witnessed frequent malfunctions that led to a decline in its sales in the market.

After him, the list included the Hummer H2 model, which was available between 2002 and 2009, and was one of the cars with bad luck at the engine level to repeat the faults of his V8 engine.

The site concluded the list with the Pontiac Grand Prix GXP among the worst GM cars ever offered with a V8, and warned against its release in 2005.

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