We've got to get this one right.
There's no question that demand for traditional sport utility vehicles has been affected by rising gas prices as well as significant changes in buyer demographics and product offerings.
We felt it had run its course. We felt it was good for clearance time.
I think it's a big danger for the industry. I don't think it's a healthy way to run the business long-term.
There is no question that the demand for traditional sport utility vehicles has been affected by rising gas prices.
As expected, we experienced pay back in September following a strong performance to start the quarter.
I think GM was just feeling the pressure.
We're not thinking we're going to take a lot of people up front who are buying Toyota Camrys and Honda Accords and Nissan Altimas and suddenly tomorrow they're going to go shopping at a Ford store.