For the first time since Word War II, the annual number of vehicles scrapped exceeded the number of new vehicles sold. That’s solemn news for the auto industry. U.S. vehicle sales had been in a sustained boom period of 15 to 17 million vehicles per year from 1994 through 2007. And the size of the... read more
Honda Poised To Pass Chrysler In Sales, Become Number 4 In U.S.
GM Kicking Off Brand-Wide Sale
New Cars More Affordable Than They've Been Since 2004
It's obvious from the comments on this site and others in the High Gear Media family that Cash-for-Clunkers remains a hot-button issue, and new data about the program is... read more
November 9, 2009 by Richard Read