GM dealers not interested in hybrids
Trucks and SUVs, the bread and butter of the US auto industry. However, after years of escalating gasoline prices, the days of large SUVs and trucks dominating the total sales output of dealerships appears to be near an end. Thus, one would assume that dealers would be excited to get their hands on hybrid versions of some of their top selling vehicles. Surprisingly, that is not the case. According to the DetroitNews, half of all GM dealerships opted not to sell GM's new dual mode hybrid vehicles: the Chevy Tahoe hybrid and the GMC Yukon hybrid.
No word on when GM dealers had to make this decision, but I assume it had to have been made several months ago, before the big run-up in gas prices. Still, can you say, denial?