Big 3 bulk up vehicle inventory

Big 3 bulk up vehicle inventory

There are 15 comments on the www.detnews.com story from Dec 8, 2010, titled Big 3 bulk up vehicle inventory. In it, www.detnews.com reports that:

Are Detroit's new automakers falling back into old habits? Auto analysts were startled..

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jeeper83

Temperance, MI

#1 Dec 8, 2010
Yes we have sixteen thousand Liberty Jeep and Dodge Nitro plus twentyfive thousand Jeep Wrangler in the field getting a week layoff first week of January please post what the inventory of rest of Plants are and gas price in your city,2.95 to3.00 a gallon Thank You.

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#2 Dec 8, 2010
Nice the BIG 3 are stocking up. Great that guys are back to work. But, maybe auto companies might consider the millions of U.S. citizens who enabled them to stay in business to get to this point. Wages have been cut. So, costs have been reduced. Right? Well, why not reduce sticker prices. Yeah, I know. Out of the question. But, really, who the F*** can afford a $33k Jeep.
Skeeter

United States

#3 Dec 8, 2010
Jgr Chicago wrote:
Nice the BIG 3 are stocking up. Great that guys are back to work. But, maybe auto companies might consider the millions of U.S. citizens who enabled them to stay in business to get to this point. Wages have been cut. So, costs have been reduced. Right? Well, why not reduce sticker prices. Yeah, I know. Out of the question. But, really, who the F*** can afford a $33k Jeep.
A zero down lease is in the offering,be happy !
Xanadu

Mancelona, MI

#4 Dec 8, 2010
Skeeter wrote:
<quoted text>A zero down lease is in the offering,be happy !
Hey, Skeeter: that zero down you mentioned reminds me of the housing market that ended up in chaos.

Cannot understand anyone who thinks logically allowing themselves to be suckered into a 'zero down' anything. Ya' know, if you REALLY wanted something start saving up....works better that way.

The 'zero down' will enable the repossessions of that number of vehicles.

Since: May 09

AOL

#5 Dec 8, 2010
Jgr Chicago wrote:
Nice the BIG 3 are stocking up. Great that guys are back to work. But, maybe auto companies might consider the millions of U.S. citizens who enabled them to stay in business to get to this point. Wages have been cut. So, costs have been reduced. Right? Well, why not reduce sticker prices. Yeah, I know. Out of the question. But, really, who the F*** can afford a $33k Jeep.
Many can afford it.
To err is Human

Edison, NJ

#6 Dec 9, 2010
If you stick to the big 3 vehilces, try to big one for under $20K. See how models are under that number after you add tax, shipping charges.....

look closing at the incentive being offered. They only apply a certain style, of a certain model of a certain make.

I just bought a Chevy after doing my homework.
Andy Sipowitz

Royal Oak, MI

#7 Dec 9, 2010
To err is Human wrote:
If you stick to the big 3 vehilces, try to big one for under $20K. See how models are under that number after you add tax, shipping charges.....
look closing at the incentive being offered. They only apply a certain style, of a certain model of a certain make.
I just bought a Chevy after doing my homework.
The only that I can see is that you obviously cant spell/use horrible grammer and didnt do your homework in HS. This is what you entry should look like!!!

If you stick to 1 of the big 3 companies, try to find one for under 20k. See how many models are with in that limit after you add taxes and shipping charges. Look closely at the incentives being offered. They only apply to certain styles/certain makes and models. I just bought a chevy after doing my homework.

The original entry was difficult to understand and required the user to add or change about 10 words to make sense of it. We complain about the unemployment rate in MI, If I were an employer I wouldnt want someone this ignorant working for me!!!
u a moe wron

Ann Arbor, MI

#8 Dec 9, 2010
Andy Sipowitz wrote:
<quoted text>
The only that I can see is that you obviously cant spell/use horrible grammer and didnt do your homework in HS. This is what you entry should look like!!!
If you stick to 1 of the big 3 companies, try to find one for under 20k. See how many models are with in that limit after you add taxes and shipping charges. Look closely at the incentives being offered. They only apply to certain styles/certain makes and models. I just bought a chevy after doing my homework.
The original entry was difficult to understand and required the user to add or change about 10 words to make sense of it. We complain about the unemployment rate in MI, If I were an employer I wouldnt want someone this ignorant working for me!!!
who cares its a damn blog
guess who

Springfield, MO

#9 Dec 9, 2010
Andy Sipowitz wrote:
<quoted text>
The only that I can see is that you obviously cant spell/use horrible grammer and didnt do your homework in HS. This is what you entry should look like!!!
If you stick to 1 of the big 3 companies, try to find one for under 20k. See how many models are with in that limit after you add taxes and shipping charges. Look closely at the incentives being offered. They only apply to certain styles/certain makes and models. I just bought a chevy after doing my homework.
The original entry was difficult to understand and required the user to add or change about 10 words to make sense of it. We complain about the unemployment rate in MI, If I were an employer I wouldnt want someone this ignorant working for me!!!
Pot meet Kettle...

Can't
Grammar
Didn't
Within
Wouldn't

LOL
Andy Sipowitz

Royal Oak, MI

#10 Dec 9, 2010
guess who wrote:
<quoted text>
Pot meet Kettle...
Can't
Grammar
Didn't
Within
Wouldn't
LOL
The point of my post wasnt to nit pick over people not using commas and apostrophes. It was to point out that it was almost impossible to understand the post without adding extra words to decipher it!!!
To err is Human

Edison, NJ

#11 Dec 10, 2010
Andy Sipowitz wrote:
<quoted text>
The only that I can see is that you obviously cant spell/use horrible grammer and didnt do your homework in HS. This is what you entry should look like!!!
If you stick to 1 of the big 3 companies, try to find one for under 20k. See how many models are with in that limit after you add taxes and shipping charges. Look closely at the incentives being offered. They only apply to certain styles/certain makes and models. I just bought a chevy after doing my homework.
The original entry was difficult to understand and required the user to add or change about 10 words to make sense of it. We complain about the unemployment rate in MI, If I were an employer I wouldnt want someone this ignorant working for me!!!
Someone with to much time on there hands.
The Truth

AOL

#12 Dec 10, 2010
Jgr Chicago wrote:
Nice the BIG 3 are stocking up. Great that guys are back to work. But, maybe auto companies might consider the millions of U.S. citizens who enabled them to stay in business to get to this point. Wages have been cut. So, costs have been reduced. Right? Well, why not reduce sticker prices. Yeah, I know. Out of the question. But, really, who the F*** can afford a $33k Jeep.
O.k. so the company's did all that to cut prices and still not make money? really? come on bro
The Truth

AOL

#13 Dec 10, 2010
Jgr Chicago wrote:
Nice the BIG 3 are stocking up. Great that guys are back to work. But, maybe auto companies might consider the millions of U.S. citizens who enabled them to stay in business to get to this point. Wages have been cut. So, costs have been reduced. Right? Well, why not reduce sticker prices. Yeah, I know. Out of the question. But, really, who the F*** can afford a $33k Jeep.
Jeep sales are doing just fine, those that can afford them will buy them, and buddy, stop using "taxpayers" blah blah blah, did anyone ask taxpayers about tax cuts for the rich, did anyone ask them about invading Iraq? So go and tell the "taxpayers" they are earning 14% interest on those "LOANS" you gave Gm and Chrysler, even though you the taxpayer, were against those "bailouts" aka LOANS during an economic crisis not seen since the GREAT DEPRESSION, but i'm sure they didn't teach you that in Glenn Becks Ignorant American Economics 101
Bob

Fishers, IN

#14 Dec 10, 2010
guess who wrote:
<quoted text>
Pot meet Kettle...
Can't
Grammar
Didn't
Within
Wouldn't
LOL
Chemo! Drip! Drip! LMAO!!!
The Truth

AOL

#15 Dec 10, 2010
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>Chemo! Drip! Drip! LMAO!!!
Do you want to suck guess who's little peepee? Chemo! Drip! Drip! LMAO!!!!!!!!!! get something new, you bore me, kind of like Fox News

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