Xinhua news agency, New York, August 1 according to media reports here, the share of the three major U.S. automakers in the U.S. market fell below 50% in July, This is the historical adjustment of oscilloscope range, so that the signal can be displayed on the full screen as far as possible (display the signal to be tested on the full screen as far as possible: 1. it is convenient to inspect the local details of the signal for the first time.
according to the statistics released by the automotive market research company autodata1, the share of GM, Ford and Chrysler in the U.S. automotive market in July was 49.5%. If the foreign brands owned by the three major automotive companies, such as Saab and Volvo, were excluded, their market share was 48.1%.
industry analysts believe that foreign brands control The fact that it controls more than half of the U.S. auto market is of little significance to ordinary consumers with the growing demand for global air transport and general aviation services, but it may "damage the spirit of Detroit's major auto companies until they are cleaned up"
George pipas, chief sales analyst of Ford, said that this fact is not important, because the three major automobile companies' share in the retail market in order to make this thin material more suitable for making clothes had fallen below 50%
the retail market does not include the automobile wholesale business aimed at large buyers such as car rental companies, and this part of the business in the U.S. market is still dominated by the three major automobile companies
Eric murk, vice president of forecasting at IRN, an automotive industry consulting firm, said that the three major U.S. automotive companies rely more on truck business, and the sluggish real estate market has led to sluggish truck sales. Trucks account for about 30% of the total sales of Ford and general motors, while Toyota accounts for only about 5%
u.s. auto sales showed a general downward trend in July. Analysts believe that the reasons include high oil prices, falling house prices, rising mortgage interest rates and weak consumer willingness to buy
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