Of a 57,641 Pontiac owners who paid for a latest automobile in 2010, 53.3 percent of them stranded with a product from General Motors, according to a consult by RL Polk & Co. The tough numbers: 33.5 percent of Pontiac business chose a Chevrolet, 11.7 chose a GMC, 6.7 went with Buick as well as a final 1.5 percent paid for a Cadillac.
Within a rest of a Big Three, Ford had a most appropriate outing, grabbing 10.5 percent of former Pontiac owners. Dodge held 3.2 percent as well as Chrysler as well as Jeep together totaled 1.7 percent of a share.
Large numbers of Pontiac owners who didn’t buy an additional GM product went overseas, with 31 percent opting for an import. Toyota claimed 7.7 percent of Pontiac owners, whilst Honda netted 7.5. Nissan as well as Hyundai weren’t distant behind.
What a numbers uncover is which buyers who paid for a Pontiac mostly stranded with a big-name high-volume automaker when it came time for a latest car. Even yet a little of a brands former Pontiac owners changed to have been utterly opposite than Pontiac was, they’re roughly all affordable, mass constructed as well as upheld by outrageous play networks.
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[Source: RL Polk around Kicking Tires]