General Motors posted a year over year growth (meaning, compared to the same month last year) of 3.4% which ranks them below all other major automaker companies in the US.
General Motors had their best September since 2008 last month with 210,245 units sold which was more than enough for GM to be the bestselling auto group in the US market – beating Ford by more than
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While the company has not given any definite indication as to when these new models would arrive, GM has stated that the there will be nine new models among the GMC and Buick brands over the next 1
Both models are distinguished by new safety features, technology, infotainment capabilities and unprecedented fuel economy with a choice of two engines.
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While it is a good point that retail sales for GM were only down 3% while the rest of the 6.4% decline was due to a drop in fleet sales – three of the four GM brands posted negative growth in July
Buick has been up and down this year but in June 2012, the affordable luxury brand posted an impressive increase of 26.8%.
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Three of the four existing General Motors brands showed positive year over year growth in May 2012 but as a whole, GM was one of the lesser performing automaker groups in the US last month in terms
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