Its Friday, its also Black Friday, its the Vroom Room, make yourself comfortable enjoy the cappuccino and biscotti. Join the conversation, leave a comment.
The other day we again reinforced our position that you have to be your own editor at a time when many are in the eyeball business for the sake of attracting fleeting eyeballs for a few seconds.
Almost month end, we expect a strong November in Canada to uphold the 2015 trend, set new records and more important a new Canadian "mobility" model. While everyone compares percentage increases, month to month, and the exploding sales of trucks.
With the ever decreasing value of the CDN dollar, exporting used vehicles is helpful to many dealers. Its a perfect storm of mobility and ease of disposal of trade ins. Think about this for a moment.
You have to love it when CMS (Citizen Main Street) is increasingly moving towards utility vehicles. While Canadian auto pundits pick a station wagon as a category winner.
Or talking about "utility" vehicles, and which one was the first. From our perspective the first was the Suburban literally 80 years ago.
Perhaps we are repetitive in constantly wondering why deals are more challengin to close in 2015, than last year, and might be even more challenging to close in 2016.
From Humans are Underrated "A better strategy is to ask, What are the activities that we humans, driven by our deepest nature or by the realities of daily life, will simply insist be performed by other humans, even if computers could do them?"
Our usual old race cars from the SVRA Nationals.