GM Down 2%
Ford Down 9%
Toyota Up 16%
Nissan Up 26% (Mostly from it's new Titan truck
and this on top of being up 60+%
Haven't seen the other manufacturer numbers yet.
GM execs blame the cold weather. Guess it wasn't as cold and snowy over at the
Nissan and Toyota dealers, huh!
The new OnStar car give-away promotion is apparently a flop...dealers report
that people come into the dealer to play the game and simply leave...few, if
any sales are resulting from the promotion, apparently.
GM has released some newly redesigned vehicles, one would think those would
bring in some buyers! Perhaps it will turn around (the continued pervasive
erosion of market share) as more of them are made available?
For those in this forum that are in the market. What will it take for you to
consider a new GM vehicle? What does GM need to do to get you to buy? What
features, design elements, functions or consumer related policies need to
change (if any do) for you to consider a new GM vehicle?
Just curious. I'll abstain from giving my input...most of you know it already!
:-) But, folks, we all love GM and GM needs our help! Tell them what you want
from them! Apparently they don't have much of a clue of what buyers want!