Thursday, July 21, 2005

Employee Pricing For All

Welcome to the beginning of the end of at least GM and Ford. DaimlerChrysler needn't worry as much because they offer somewhat desirable product, and are just following suit to keep pace with the other two. But, Ford and GM, are shooting themselves in the foot with this program. The phrase 'I have not yet begun to defile myself' has been brought into a whole new meaning. Not only are the big three continuing to cram product down an already bloated consumer 'car hole,' they are hurting the resale of their product and taking future buyers out of the market simultaneously. How you ask? Well, "If I can self you my truck now this much cheaper, Mr. Customer, your trade is now worth this much less for a used car buyer to take it." Additionally, people 6 months out into the market don't want to miss out on this unprecedented deal. Siiggghhhh..... Furthermore, you boneheads in the head office, how are you gonna top this one? What's the bigger, better deal?? Next time do I get employee pricing with a free pool? How about a free weekend in Vegas to gamble away all the "money you saved me?" I cannot predict anything good from this. And, are my import lines offering employee pricing you ask?? The answer is "NO, WE are not having a going out of business sale."


At 5:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Idiot. For starters, you are whining because (a) You can't sell a car worth a damn right now, (2) eliminating 2005 stock is something all companies need to do, and (d) you're an idiot. Secondly, people need to buy cars, no matter what the deal is going on. That said, they don't need to "top" this deal, only produce a car that people want to buy. Finally, as long as Mazda, Volkswagen, and all that other foreign crap you sell is second best to GM and Ford in sales; I'd keep my mouth shut.

At 5:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Although DisgCarSal's syntax and paragraph structure sucks, the "anonymous" comments above are within Prize-Winning territory for completely moronic posting.

Note: sequence of 'arguments' uses alpha- mixed with numeric- bullets, and SKIPS either "c" or "3" depending on which mind the poster is using at the time; he presents absolutely ZERO statistical backup for any of his alpha/enumerated "arguments," and he/she/it is unable to avoid the personal attacks.

At 10:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, well, well. Statistical backup. Hmmm. Let's ask the current stock prices. Better yet, lets compare 2004 financial statements.



And for those who can't formulate the exchange rate in their head like I can:

As far as sequential errors in my previous posting, anyone who hasn't lived under a rock for the last thirty years knows that joke.

Do it. Do it.

So where are we? Let's look at a map. Mmmmm. Well, moron's here...

At 11:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lemmeeesee, heah, Hodeck/Anonymous...

If you understand the concept of "market share" and actually know that history began before 1990, you might trouble yourself to find what happened to GM's (or FoMoCo's) US market share since, say, 1975.

It doesn't make me happy, either--but GM's down to 2 real Divisions: ChevyBuickHoncoCad, and Trucks, including SUV's.

All the rest is almost history, including the now-gone Delco, Fisher Body, Oldsmobile, ...

Their Hummer stuff is a joke--they managed to take out all the testosterone and keep the ugly. THAT'S an achievement, eh?

At 9:45 PM, Blogger Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Stuoid ass hole anonymous, I know who you are anyway... Get wise to the fact that Toyota could tak a years worth of PROFIT, yes, I said PROFIT, despite the tariffs, and buy GM. Oooh, ouch. Kinda hurts, doesn't it. Dunbass, do yous research. The bottom line is that both Ford and GM have been reduced to junk bond status. Thats right, JUNK BOND STATUS!!!! Which basically means that for a bank to lend them money to produce something will cost the bank and the company lots of money. Damn. Sucks even more to own a domestic product right now that has been demoralized to nothing. As we say in the business, you better love your car, because you are now married to it. Trust someone who has monitored the market, buy an import.

At 9:46 PM, Blogger Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Keep in mind that for the last post that I made that I am wasted. Gramatical errors don't count.

At 4:35 AM, Blogger Dad29 said...

Grammar, spelling, syntax, organization, and logic are all really awful.

NOT TO MENTION that you have a serious judgment-deficiency in the utilization of sailor-language.

Cute girls read your stuff and run away screaming.

By the way, this applies to your Chicago Drivers and "VW Passat" posts perforce.

What's sufisticated?

At 8:16 AM, Blogger Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Posts made last night at midnight were done in a wasted and incoherent state of mind. Apologies to all of the offended, grammatically or otherwise.

At 9:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When did we start talking about Toyota? And as far as losing market share; it's all those people who refuse to shop at Wal-Mart but will buy a rice burner at the drop of a dime. Product manufacturing in the US has fallen just as fast as auto since '75 and considering the "Made in the USA" label truly stands for "Buy this piece of crap," I'll take a GM and hope that I'm feeding a family in Detroit.
On the note of divisions, GM's only down to two. And.... what does that mean? All foreign lines are only carrying one or two divisions as well. Irrelevant to the fact that GM's struggling because people have this underlying belief that buying American is pocket-book punishment. I feel the same but, hey, let's keep it in the family.


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