GM Under Fire For Displaying Mexican-Made Blazer At Comerica Park

It was a controversial weekend at Detroit’s Comerica Park. For years, the ballpark has displayed 2 of the best launch vehicles from GM on top of the fountain. This season’s vehicles included the Silverado and a Blazer. However, the Blazer sparked a negative reaction when people brought up the fact the SUV is made in Mexico. So after days of criticism, the automaker decided to switch it out for a Traverse which is assembled by employees at the nearby Lansing plant.

GM says the debate isn’t entirely fair as several parts that are in the Blazer are made in America. However, several fans say GM made the right call by switching out the vehicles. Do you think GM made the right move or was it not an issue to begin with?

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