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Friday, August 12, 2005
SUV Sales and Expensive Gasoline
How could someone be foolish enough to buy a gas-guzzling SUV at a time when gasoline prices are soaring and expected to continue to stay high for the next several years? Is it a good idea for the automakers to be giving these vehicles the hard sell right about now? For an interesting discussion on the matter by a bunch of people who are wondering the same questions, see this forum.
- SUVs flying out of showrooms: MADNESS [PeakOil.com]- Posted at 7:34 PM | Permalink | Comments: 3 | Post a Comment |
How could someone be foolish enough to take another hit from a crack pipe when they are an emaciated, head-bobbing, nervous wreck?
America, we still love you but something’s wrong…
Even better is an article I read while on vacation saying that GE Capital was helping establish the same type of buy-on-credit financing schemes to help the Chinese finance their first generation of middle class autos. That's not really helping control gas costs.
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