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  • the_moolah_mullah the_moolah_mullah Jan 17, 2013 12:11 AM Flag

    Toyota buyers, Let Hope

    ((((pickup truck sales are poised to grow in the coming year. And Detroit is ready. ))))

    GM is way ahead of itself, jeyedolt....they've had 100,000 plus Silverados and 50,000 plus Sierras rotting on dealer lots for months.

    Too bad these sales have already been counted and dealers are chock full. They won't be ordering as many 2013s for the next month or two.

    Too bad there are 18,000 2012 GM pickups left on dealers lots to get rid of.


    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • you insufferable puke...

      I was at the autoshow today. I like the new GMC better than the new Chevy. The Ford concept pickup? It was a concept vehicle - trying to keep potential buyers interested for what will be a year + wait. Dumb (or desperate).

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Once a web, always a web! You seem to have hit a dead end. "FIND NEW ROADS" ! Bowties froever!!

    • General Motors Co. (GM), which plans to introduce about 20 new vehicles in the U.S. this year, will invest $1.5 billion in North America factories in 2013, Mark Reuss, the company’s regional president, said yesterday.

      GM is replacing 70 percent of its U.S. line up over a year and a half, including 13 new Chevrolets this year. The Detroit- based automaker is displaying the redesigned Silverado pickup and Corvette sports car at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

      The Detroit-based automaker has announced investments of more than $10.2 billion in North American factories since July 2009, Reuss said yesterday during a presentation at the Automotive World News Congress in Detroit.

      Meanwhile, GM has found ways to save “thousands of dollars” in the cost of building the next generation Chevrolet Volt through a vehicle platform designed specifically for batteries, Reuss said.

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