Posted by Shirley Brady on January 25, 2011 12:15 PM
Nissan isn't the only auto brand pulling at the heart-strings with customers' stories.
GM's Chevrolet division highlighted its safety and reliability on Friday by presenting a new 2011 Malibu to Marc Keinath, a Michigan resident whose Malibu was crushed (though he wasn't) during an icy encounter with a tractor-trailer three days earlier.
GM's "#1 Camaro fan" Christopher Tribuzzo, who was discovered on Facebook, was also invited to Detroit by GM. He attended the recent North American International Auto Show to get a peek at the model's future with Ed Welburn, the automaker's VP of global design.
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