• Verbal "Automakers also appear to be continuing to push higher-priced vehicles with larger margins, rather than trying to meet demand for their more-affordable models."What more-affordable models would those be? In the case of the domestics, there aren't any. They cut almost all of their passenger car lines to focus on high-margin pickups and SUVs. On one level this makes sense. If I earn low margins on some of the vehicles I make and high margins on others, just stop making the low margin ones and the problem is solved, right? Except the average buyer can't afford, nor do they even want, to buy an $80,000 truck.
  • Tane94 I doubt we see the 0%/60 month summer financing deals this year with the Fed not cutting interest rates so far this year. The deal was very common on model year leftovers pre-pandemic.
  • Redapple2 The local Chevrolet dealer has many Pig Ups. Very thin on everything else.
  • Redapple2 Whoa. Long winters there in Maryland.
  • Redapple2 C8. Can the passenger see the TV screen over that (for what purpose) buttress? Never cared for this over styled, over done, origami project. C7 is the best.