Gas prices have Americans stampeding to buy smaller vehicles.Talking about the 1973 oil crisis?
"It’s easily the most dramatic segment shift I have witnessed in the market in my 31 years here," said George Pipas, chief sales analyst for the Ford Motor Company.The trend toward smaller and lighter vehicles with better mileage is a blow to Detroit automakers, which offer fewer such models than Asian carmakers like Toyota and Honda.
The 1979 crisis?
This NOCHA moment was brought to you by the dumbest companies on planet Earth. And their enablers.