AD #1890 – Utilities Close Sales Gap on Cars, Why OEMs Keep Installing Defective Takata Airbags, Dodge Viper Defanged

published 2 years ago by John McElroy

- The Crossover Point for Crossovers - Dodge Viper Production to End in 2017 - Extending Oil Change Intervals - VW Goes BEV Crazy - Why OEMs Keep Installing Defective Takata Airbags - The Refreshed 2017 Acura MDX - Barn Find

And today's show we're getting closer to the day when utilities outsell passenger cars why automakers keep installing defective Takata airbags and we want to know if you can identify this truck on that and more coming right up. On. This is not a line daily the newscast for enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Well the day of reckoning is coming we're getting very close to a historic change in the market. We all know that utility vehicles are taking the auto industry by storm and we're watching for the day when they outsell passenger cars. That day may be closer than you think. So far this year in the U. S. market 2.7000000 SUV's and see you these were sold. Quarter of 1000000 more passenger cars were sold in the same timeframe ...

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