GM May Add Dealerships On The Coasts
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DETROIT (WWJ) General Motors may add dealers in big metro areas on the U.S. coasts because it expects sales there to grow.
It’s the opposite of the company’s stance just two years ago when GM got rid of about 1,700 dealers across the U.S. as it headed into bankruptcy protection.
GM has been losing dealers on the coasts, especially in California, for two decades due to slow sales as people bought more foreign brands.
Company officials say GM’s poor products also played a significant role.