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Which leaves automakers with less of an outlet for their cars.
And even consumers that typically bought cars are more and more gravitating toward SUVs and crossovers, and even pickups, as Honda’s successful launch of its Ridgeline pickup trucks amply demonstrates.
GM is getting whacked harder than any of the major automakers by the industry-wide plunge in car sales, as Americans switch in ever larger numbers from cars to “trucks,” which include pickups, van, SUVs and crossovers.But cancelling six cars, including bread-and-butter models, as GM is doing, is a sign that the collapse of car sales in the US isn’t just a temporary hiccup.GM’s Hamtramck plant in Detroit, which builds Chevrolet Volt, Buick La Crosse, Cadillac CT6, Chevrolet Impala – all four them in the list above of cars potentially on the chopping block – is a sitting duck. The typical GM assembly plant builds 200,000-300,000 vehicles a year.In the first half of 2017, GM’s car sales in the US plunged 19%, and in June 38%.The rest of the industry (without GM) booked declines in car sales of “only” 10% in the first half and 9% in June. Plants have been temporarily shut down, and entire shifts have been eliminated. Now comes the next step: Ending production entirely of some models, shuttering plants for good or converting them to making trucks, and fretting about jobs.
GM is losing ground in the bitter industry-wide reality of dropping car sales. At the end of June, some car models exceeded a catastrophic 180 days’ supply. And that’s already being discussed between the UAW and GM, according to UAW president Dennis Williams.