GM: November sales decline 2.9% on carsDec. 1
Lesson for Chevy: Go after TeslaNov. 13
Chevy appears to be doing little to nothing to attract the hundreds of thousands of consumers who could wait years for a Tesla Model 3 into a Chevrolet Bolt EV — an actual all-electric car not from "manufacturing Hell."
Sliding wholesale hurts at SubaruNov. 13
Volvo, Chrysler offer spiffs through CostcoAug. 29
Longer summer shutdowns loom for factories as sales slowMay 3
Incentives will hit $4K per car, cut profits, analyst predictsApril 11
GM dials up discounts on pickups as rivals tread on turfFeb. 27
With sales plateauing, some automakers pile on incentivesAug. 8, 2016
July sales were 1.1 percent ahead of last year's record pace. But several forecasters have reduced their outlook for the remainder of 2016, and some automakers are starting to fight the stagnating market with more aggressive incentives.
N. America powers Nissan profit surgeFeb. 15, 2016
Ford finds 0% beats 'Friends'Dec. 6, 2015
Ford discovered last month that car shoppers get more excited about no-interest financing than no-haggle pricing, especially during the annual holiday bargain-hunting frenzy. Dealers and analysts say the “Friends & Neighbors” sale on Ford brand vehicles was a victim of bad timing and flawed execution.
Rising incentives, growing concernNov. 9, 2015
U.S. auto sales continue to roar ahead, fueled by pent-up demand, low gasoline prices, new metal and -- increasingly -- rising incentives. By one measure, automakers' incentives are nearing 10 percent of the industry's average transaction price. The trend is raising some concern among analysts.
Cadillac works to revise dealer incentivesAug. 10, 2015
Two main elements of Johan de Nysschen's plan to rehabilitate Cadillac's image are to tighten dealers' inventories and quash their sell-at-any-cost mentality. But Cadillac's dealer-incentive programs today are designed to do just the opposite.