AD #1912 – Why Automakers Should Keep Dealers, Automaker Profits Set to Decline, Ford’s Two-Into-Four Cupholder

published 2 years ago by John McElroy

- Dealers Have Paper Thin Margins - Factory Utilization Declining - Ford’s Two-Into-Four Cupholder Assembly - Datsun Expands into New Markets - Lightening the Load

On today's show should Wanamaker's dump their dealers and sell direct like has locked the numbers say no we show you a leading indicator on why auto makers in North America are not going to be as profitable in the future and we look at whether or not for blue it using so much aluminum in the F. 150 all that and more coming right up on online dating. This is not a line daily for the last working day of July. So he could either make or save a lot of money if they dump their dealerships and sold directly to consumers like tells what does maybe they could. But they would not save much. When you look at the biggest publicly traded automotive retailers in the United. They have amazingly fan profit margin auto nation is the largest. Psalm 142000 new and used cars in the second quarter raking in ...

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