And soon to get more when Toyota ans Nissan bail out. Great GM.
General Motors Co. wants to grow its commanding 74 percent market share in the highly profitable full-size utility market as it rolls out new 2015 models in the first quarter next year that are quieter, more powerful and fuel-efficient and feature seats in the second and third rows that fold flat.
Analysts estimate GM’s full-size SUVs bring in between $7,500 and $12,000 profit per unit, depending on the trim level and incentives.
The interiors in the 2015 SUVs have been significantly updated and provide more connectivity and some models offer Blu-ray available for the rear seat passengers — an important feature for families who purchase these vehicles, said Mark A. Clawson, a Chevrolet marketing manager.
Luke said the Chevy and GMC models will have distinctive interiors and styling cues such as brand logos incorporated into the headlamps. The interiors are roomier, have more storage and have improved entry and exit from the second and third row seats.