sales march 2009. GM 50% down and out

Chrysler will sell 89,000 vehicles, down 46 percent compared to March 2008. This would result in a new-car market share of 11.6 percent for Chrysler, down from 12.3 percent in March 2008 and down from 12.2
percent in February.
Ford will sell 112,000 vehicles, down 49.8 percent compared to March 2008. This would result in a new-car market share of 14.4 percent of new-car sales in March for Ford, down from 16.4 percent in March 2008 and up from 14.2 percent in February.
GM will sell 142,000 vehicles, down 49.6 percent compared to March 2008. GM's market share is expected to be 18.3 percent of new-vehicle sales in March 2009, down from 20.8 percent in March 2008 and down slightly from 18.4 percent in February.
Honda will sell 79,000 vehicles, down 42.6 percent from March 2008. Honda's market share is expected to be 10.3 percent in March, flat from 10.3 percent in March 2008 and down slightly from 10.4 percent in February 2009.
Nissan will sell 61,000 vehicles, down 43 percent from March 2008. Nissan's market share is expected to be 7.9 percent in March 2009, flat from 7.9 percent in March 2008 and flat from 7.9 percent in February.
Toyota will sell 131,000 vehicles, down 39.6 percent from March 2008. Toyota's market share is expected to be 17 percent, up from 16.1 percent in March 2008 and up from 15.9 percent in February.
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Bjrn wrote:

But Rick and Bob have The Plan :-)
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But GM is STILL outselling all other manufacturers monthly or far more importantly in the year to date sales figures. LOL

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But GM is STILL outselling all other manufacturers monthly or far more importantly in the year to date sales figures. LOL

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