• JKD Posted: 2/28/2011 8:36am PST

    I heard that Carsave sells nothing but flooded and totaled vehicles.

  • Mark Posted: 2/27/2011 5:24pm PST

    I think the main point being lost here is that, while launching some great products, Ford did not have to contend with negative publicity regarding bankruptcy. Therefore, anyone who naturally wanted to "Buy American" was drawn to Ford as it did not have the stigma of financial disaster hanging over its head. Issues such as future parts supply and dealer representation and servicing do play a key role in times such as these.

  • Kiddo Posted: 2/27/2011 11:21am PST

    I feel that Chrysler is a day late and a dollar short. They are updating their fleet but they are too late to the party. Quality control (lack of) among Chrysler products has diminished their reputation to almost nonexistence. Now with fuel prices soaring upwards Dodge and Jeep feature their Hemi V8's. Then there's that little government bail out thingy, I don't care to purchase a vehicle from someone who is on food stamps.

  • Bill Burke Posted: 2/27/2011 9:33am PST

    Look for Chrysler to also pick up market share as new Fiat influenced mid-size and compact lines are introduced. Since these are market segments under represented by Dodge in particular, I foresee a big growth opportunity for the Chrysler brands. Add to that the outstanding new Jeep Grand Cherokee, revised Patriot/Compass, the new Dodge Durango and vastly improved Dodge Charger and Chrysler 300 and 200 and things point to increased market share across its lineup. I predict most of this will come out of imports.