I don't exactly live in front of the TV but I've never seen an add for the Outlook, nor have I heard any radio spots.admin said:I do believe that there are VERY few Saturn dealerships compared to most other GM offerings. I'll see if i can dog up those numbers. I also think advertising plays a big part in this as well. Not that I've seen a ton of Acadia ads, but still it has to be 4 or 5 TIMES as many outlook ads as I've seen on TV.
Looks like the Enclave is really cannibalizing the Acadia more so than the Outlook.admin said:GM sales numbers are out for July. Here's the info on the Lambdas:
Vehicle Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Model Sales YTD
Monthly totals 2626618379491113114974145341208069477
Source: GM GM Reports 320,935 July Deliveries
The sales chart has been updated accordingly...
I think it's the latter, unfortunately. The reality is that the Outlook and Acadia are VERY similar vehicles which share quite a bit of metal. With Saturn dealers unable to deal, Acadias can be had in many cases for less money than Outlooks. If GMC indeed raises the prices on the Acadia as has been rumored, I bet you'd see a lot more Outlooks moving.sjsjedi said:It seems GM orginally thought the Enclave would be very small percentage of sales compared to the Acadia and Outlook. I wonder if the Enclave is doing surprising well ;D or if the Outlook isn't living upto its potential? hno: