AD #1147 – Trucks Haul May Sales, Industry Back on Trend, Lutz Criticizes Wagoner

published 7 years ago by John McElroy

Trucks really drove the market last month, the segment grew twice as fast as the passenger car side. Sales in May put the industry back on trend, after April’s SAAR fell below 15 million units. In his latest book, Bob Lutz criticizes former GM CEO and co-worker, Rick Wagoner. All that and more, plus the lead designer of the Fiat 500e shows us how the exterior differs from its gasoline counterpart.

Although lying daily is brought to you by BorgWarner feel good about driving. Bridgestone your journey our passion and by Dow automotive systems improving durability and increasing design flexibility with beta make structural and he serves at tao beta mate.com. Hello and welcome to online daily coming up later in the show we'll take you on a design tour of the fiat 500 eat but we've also got the sales results for made in the American market and we lead off with that. Total sales for the month came to just over 1.. 4000000. Echols which is a very healthy level. And the seasonally adjusted rate hit 15.2000000 units that's much better than the month before but as we've been pointing out here it out a line for 3 months running the market is still weaker than what auto makers and analysts ...

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