An April 13 Page 1 late news item on the General Motors 'Loyalty First' incentive program erred in reporting eligibility requirements. Vehicles purchased under GM employee purchase programs do qualify. The following vehicles are ineligible: Product Evaluation Program, Saturns and the EV1.
Because of erroneous information provided by Nissan Motor Corp. U.S.A., the company's vehicle inventories were misstated on Page 30 of the April 13 issue. The restated numbers are:
Nissan Division domestic truck inventory units: 55,900; days' supply: 155.
Nissan Division car and truck inventory units: 226,800; days' supply: 127.
Nissan Motor Corp. car and truck inventory units: 245,800; days' supply: 123.
Other numbers affected:
Total industry domestic truck inventory units: 1,640,300; days' supply: 71.
Total industry truck inventory units: 1,788,200; days' supply: 72.
Total industry car and truck inventory units: 3,573,600; days' supply: 68.
An April 6 story on Page 18 misidentified the sourcing of the Suzuki Grand Vitara. It will be imported from Japan.
A story on hand-held computers on the April 13 retail technology page overstated the price of the Electronic Coach. The price ranges from $2,460 to $4,500, depending on how long the product is financed and how many units are purchased.
An April 6 article on Page 6 misstated the date of Magazine Day '98. It took place March 27.
An April 6 story on Page 41 listed the wrong franchises for Penske Automotive Group in El Monte, Calif. Penske Automotive Group handles Jaguar, Toyota, Lexus, Honda and Mercedes-Benz.
An April 6 story on Page 61 incorrectly implied that Automotive Finance Corp. is owned by ADESA Corp. ADESA and Automotive Finance Corp. are sister companies; both are in Indianapolis and are owned by Minnesota Power Inc. of Duluth, Minn.