Increasing dealer inventory is forcing GM to curb production at two of its facilities. Continue Reading...
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General Motors has revealed its financial figures from last year. Continue Reading...
A massive list of recalls didn’t prevent General Motors from posting its best Q3 results since 1980. Continue Reading...
With Toyota in the top spot in terms of global sales, Volkswagen has passed General Motors to take the number two spot. Continue Reading...
The first day of a new month means that the sales number start to roll in, but that’s not the case at GM today. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen barely edged out its rival General Motors for second place in 2013 worldwide sales. Continue Reading...
Most automakers are celebrating a successful October, save for Volkswagen, one of the few who posted a loss last month. Continue Reading...
Toyota is expected to report $4.5 billion in profits for the quarter ended in June, which would be triple General Motors‘ announcement of $1.4 billion. Continue Reading...
The old addage “win on Sunday, sell on Monday” seems to apply to more than just racing. After being named the 2013 North American Car of the Year, the Cadillac ATS sport sedan has helped the American luxury brand have its best sales month in 23 years. Continue Reading...
Toyota is set to reclaim the title of world’s largest automaker in 2012 after ceding the title to General Motors last year. Continue Reading...
Toyota might not have announced its final tally for 2011 sales, but it’s safe to assume that GM will take the crown and remain the world’s largest automaker after reporting 9.03-million in global sales for 2011. Last month, Toyota estimated that its 2011 annual sales would be around 7.9-million vehicles, which would make it third… Continue Reading...
Chevrolet has a lot to celebrate after an impressive 2011, having moved 4.76-million vehicles around the world, setting a global sales record. The US was Chevy’s largest market for 2011 with 1,775,812 vehicles sold, a rise of 13-percent from their 2010 figures. In China, Chevy was able to sell 595,068 vehicles which marks a 9.5-percent… Continue Reading...
Despite the recent supply shortage that plagued its Cruze production, Chevrolet‘s performance for 2011 set an all-time high sales record for the one hundred year old American automaker. Having sold 4.8 million vehicles worldwide this year through the month of November, December is projected to perform just as well. Overall, Chevrolet gained an additional half… Continue Reading...