GM says this:
Well...yeah. Toyota and Honda made a few really good models. GM makes a million so-so models. Some of them are reasonably fuel-efficient. ('11 of our last 13 new-product introductions have been fuel-efficient cars or crossovers.' -- Okay, a bunch of them. Now stop wasting time and money on all those older models that get 6-20MPG.)
19 of our 2009 models have an EPA estimated 30 MPG highway or better2 — more than Toyota, more than Honda.
For 2009, we offer more hybrid choices than any other manufacturer. We currently have six hybrids available.
So you have at least 37 2009 models. 19/37 = 0.513513514. But you clearly have more than 37 models or you'd say 'All of our 2009 models'. So probably far fewer than half, in the end.
37 of our 2009 models have five-star frontal crash safety ratings.
From a consumer point of view, choice might be good. From a forced-new-owner of the company, it's not so good.