Really? It would be quite a trick for GM to be ahead of Toyota by
"several million vehicles, year to date" since GM has only sold
1,220,781 vehicles in the US as of April 30. Toyota sold 816,312
vehicles in the US during the same time frame.
So GM might outsell Toyota by about 1.2 million vehicles in the US
this year. But if you look at the trend over the last four years,
Toyota could surpass GM in US sales in 2009 or 2010.
Here are my references:
Where are yours?
This is one of the few smart GM marketing moves of recent times.
Encourage people to compare the product to the benchmark right then and
there, without sending them to the competition to check 'em out.
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