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Truck Sales Sink with American Economy

by Joshua Liberles on June 2, 2008

Truck Sales 1 Truck Sales Sink with American Economy

 

As gas prices rise, business is down for American automakers. Sales of the most notorious gas-guzzlers, like pickups and S.U.V.s, have fallen significantly, reports Ford. In 2007, pickups accounted for 14 percent of sales to the U.S. market. Presently, they represent a mere nine percent.

Following a brash promise that they’d deliver a full-year profit for 2009, Ford has rescinded their claim. Currently, the industry giant is preparing for impending doom: it’s drastically scaling back production and stepping up cost-cutting.

Alan R. Mullaly, Ford’s chief executive, said the change appears to be more than a brief reaction to rising gas prices. Instead, the trend could indicate a more permanent downshifting in America’s addiction to cars. According to Ford, the industry demand for cars and trucks is dropping to its lowest point in more than a decade.

Souce: The New York Times

Photos via flickr by bitzcelt and mcbeth.

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1 dave July 8, 2008 at 5:10 am

“Encouragement” could take the form of not charging me a day’s registration on my vehicle while I leave it in the garage every day I ride my bike.

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2 Nathan Hurst July 9, 2008 at 4:00 am

dave: That sounds very hard to police. How about increasing the cost of fuel to cover externalities instead?

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3 Bayan July 9, 2008 at 11:48 am

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4 JInny WOods July 9, 2008 at 12:20 pm

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5 Chris Keys July 9, 2008 at 8:12 pm

It would be great if we could provide incentive for more people to use bikes than cars by paying them — maybe carbon offsets can be generated for this, i.e. avoided driving? The average American’s driving puts around 5 tons of CO2 into the air, so that could be sold for $25 or $50… not too shabby to get paid to get in shape!

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6 mark July 23, 2008 at 11:18 am

You already get paid for riding your bike, every day I leave the prius at home and ride my bike to work, I don’t pay as much for fuel. (It’s an electric bike, so I pay a little bit more in electricity instead) Now if you factor in the carbon emissions bill into the fuel price, people would make the rational economic decision even without being concerned about the environment.

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