Report: Detroit Three's average transaction prices better than Japan, Korea
While the popularity of full-sized pickups, crossovers and SUVs has made a difference for Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, the "more disciplined approach" to running their business caused by the recession and their own financial issues, has also been credited for reducing inventory and incentives. Additionally, buyers with good credit make up more of the consumer pool now, and they're choosing more technology and options for their cars. If they keep this up they might one day be The Big Three again. Eventually...
[Source: Detroit Free Press | Image: Edmunds.com]
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