GM Posts Sixth Consecutive Jump in Retail Market Share
MediaGM.com .... .Pdf chart
• Chevrolet retail sales up 19 percent
• Best September for Chevrolet Malibu retail sales in 10 years
• Chevrolet crossovers up 49 percent; pickups up 22 percent
• GMC crossovers up 20 percent; pickups up 32...
forgot to get this started...
...will move the separate F-L sales thread to this section eventually
GM Posts the Industry’s Largest Retail Sales Increase on Double-digit Gains in Pickup and Crossover Sales
- Chevrolet crossovers up for ninth consecutive month – best August ever
SORRY got confused and merged this&next post into the wrong thread & can't fix that apparently. 2b2
Went to the trouble of crunching some Ford cars versus Chevrolet cars numbers after a poster at GMi was suggesting that Ford's car lineup was in bad shape relative to Chevrolet, and wanted to...
via member "eastcoasthd" :thumb: @ GMI
General Motors Corp. (+3.0%)
Ford Motor Co. (-1.3%) - it's own thread
Toyota Motors U.S.A. (-0.3%)
American Honda (+1.3%)
Nissan Group (-0.8%)
Subaru of America (+12.2%)
Mazda N.A. (-0.4%)
Mitsubishi Motors N.A. (+31.7%)...
General Motors Corp. (+5.9%)
Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. (+1.8%)
American Honda (-1.8%)
Nissan N.A. (+5.7%)
Subaru of America (+17.9%)
Mazda N.A. (+7.5%)
Mitsubishi Motors N.A. (+25.6%)
Hyundai Motor America (+2.9%)
Kia Motors America (-0.7%)...
updating with eastcoasthd's epic post at GMI
General Motors (-2.4%)
Ford Motor Company (-3.4%)
Toyota Motor Sales (+4.9%)
American Honda (-5.3%)
Nissan N.A. (-2.7%)
Subaru of America (+10.4%)
Mazda N.A. (-8.0%)
Hyundai USA (+12.0%)
Inside autos: Ford satisfaction at 84% in study - FreePress
Posted: April 18, 2010
...Bennie Fowler, Ford's group vice president of global quality, said Ford has fresh data that show Ford's customer satisfaction is improving.
Ford's customer satisfaction scores are higher than...
Social Media Marketing Takes Auto Industry by Storm - WardsAuto
By Byron Pope, WardsAuto.com, Feb 22, 2010 9:54 AM
Social media websites, once an outlet for technophiles to share their innermost thoughts, daily occurrences and personal photos with the online community, are attracting the...
via Stéphane Dumas @ GMI... NOT WHO YOU MIGHT THINK:
Three Troubled Brands: Shocks Linger in the Aftermath of the Detroit Auto Show. - AutoExtremist
By Peter M. De Lorenzo
January 20, 2010
Detroit. Having had time to reflect on what went on at Cobo Hall last week, it’s clear to me that some...