New and Used Car Talk Reviews Hot Cars Comparison Automotive Community

The Largest Car Forum in the Philippines



Results 1 to 5 of 5
  1. Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Posts
    483
    #1
    It's not looking good for GM, Ford and Honda. Falling Accord and Civic sales pulled Honda down while lull Ford truck sales did the same thing to Ford.GM was accross the board(most of their products suck,i guess) while Toyota, Chrysler,Nissan and BMW pulls ahead with record sales nos. Here's the story:

    honda,GM and ford down

  2. Join Date
    May 2004
    Posts
    659
    #2
    For any business cycle, the trend is that February is always the poorest performing month throughout the year even with valentines day in the middle of it. It says OVERALL US CAR SALES, down 1.9%. GM explained that they have already expected this.. Surprisingly, some companies did better. But as always, there is always a freak that comes out from of any trends!
    Last edited by cyberdoc95; March 3rd, 2005 at 04:47 AM.

  3. Join Date
    Oct 2002
    Posts
    4,801
    #3
    lumakas lalo ang toyota nung nag-labas sila ng Scion, especially the xB tapos eto na ang tC.

    nabasa ko din sa news na you can combine Ford, GMC, and Pontiac but they are no match with Toyota's overall sales. The first ever car manufacturer to reach $1billion in sales...Toyota.

  4. Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Posts
    483
    #4
    Quote Originally Posted by cyberdoc95
    For any business cycle, the trend is that February is always the poorest performing month throughout the year even with valentines day in the middle of it. It says OVERALL US CAR SALES, down 1.9%. GM explained that they have already expected this.. Surprisingly, some companies did better. But as always, there is always a freak that comes out from of any trends!
    too early to tell a trend, but just like january...GM and Ford down, Chrysler up. Nissan and Toyota up, Honda and Mitsu down. BMW up, Mercedes down.
    i think I posted a thread last month about honda accord and civic's lower-then-average sales. It happened again this month. We'll see. as for GM and Ford, they're cutting back on production. our local GM plant closed for like 2 weeks.

    here's a helpful link:
    US auto sales

  5. Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Posts
    483
    #5
    here we go, the top 10:

    Top 10 bestselling cars in America through Feb.2005
    1. Toyota Camry------60.241
    2. Chevrolet Malibu----45,718
    3. Honda Accord------44,296
    4. Toyota Corolla-----40,559
    5. Chevrolet Impala---39,256
    6. Nissan Altima-------36,139
    7. Honda Civic--------33,841
    8. Ford Focus--------28,940
    9. Ford Mustang------24,335


    thumbnails of cars not sold in the philippines:

honda,GM,Ford plummets