In December, General Motors Co. sent letters to its 4,500 dealerships, informing them of their new territories following the company's 2009 bankruptcy cuts that eliminated a quarter of its dealer network. Thousands of the GM letters expanded dealership territories, which are used as the basis for dealer performance reviews.
GM isn't done, though. It may remap dealers' territories again next year to adjust to the 2010 census, GM North America President Mark Reuss said today.
"We're holding it open," Reuss told reporters. "We've got to be able to change. It's a wild environment."