The Chevrolet Volt’s European cousin has seen sales flounder.
The Captiva Sport remains a fleet-only vehicle, and is not the lucky recipient of OnStar 4G LTE with Wi-Fi.
General Motors sold 4.92 million vehicles in the first half of 2014.
Younger buyers aren’t concerned about General Motors’ recalls, according to one Buick dealership’s general manager.
The SUV sees the addition of OnStar 4G LTE for 2015.
4,700 SSs and Caprices are being recalled due to a faulty wiper module. This is a similar recall that Holden issued last week.
June 2014 had two fewer selling days compared with June 2013.
The tow rating is class leading.
GM will not not be selling a half-ton van in the foreseeable future.
GM’s U.S. market share currently sits at 17.9 percent.
The results mark the company’s best May in seven years, and its best total sales since August 2008.
Despite this, the average age of their customers continues to decline.
The automaker is charging ahead, recalls or not.