General Motors announced today that within the next couple of months, the Detroit automaker will no longer be selling vehicles from the brands it is eliminating. Executives said that there are about 2,000 Hummer, Pontiac and Saturn vehicles left in its inventory.
During the month of April, GM sold 52 Pontiacs, 373 Saturns and 481 Hummers. It expects the remaining inventory to be gone in about 60 days.
GM sold Saab to Spyker so Saab sales are no longer counted in GM’s totals.
Chevrolet’s chief Jim Campbell said that Chevrolet dealers are currently focusing on providing service to Saturn owners, and then will approach them on the sales side.
Buick/GMC Chief Brian Sweeney said about 200,000 Pontiac owners have taken advantage of the company’s free maintenance program offered by GM at its dealerships.
– By: Omar Rana