Maybe you’re thinking about selling your used car for cash in Honolulu so you can start saving up for an electric or self-driving car as they begin to roll out. If so, you may not be the only one! According to news reports, GM plans to transition to these new-age vehicles and is closing five facilities in North America.
Because of the closures, the company will no longer produce these vehicles:
Chevrolet Volt, with sales plunging 13.7% through September of this year.
Chevrolet Cruze, top pick of Consumer Reports compact cars in 2017. Sales have plummeted more than 26% on the Cruze.
Chevrolet Impala, the top pick in 2018 for large cars by Consumer Reports. Impala sales have fallen 13.4%.
Buick LaCrosse, whose sales have fallen by just over 14%.
Cadillac XTS, which has actually performed fairly well with sales increasing by 15.9% after updates to the design. Reports say this make sells to taxi and limo companies for the most part.
Cadillac CT6, with sales down by 10.6%, the most unpopular Cadillac of them all.
In November GM announced a major restructuring of the company’s global business, saying that salaried workforce would be reduced by 15% while five North American production facilities would be shut down along with the staff at those facilities.
As GM shifts to electric, self-driving vehicles their new motto has become “Zero Crashes, Zero Emissions, Zero Congestion.”
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