Whatever their reasoning, I'm glad some manufacturers are still committed to the car and not just SUVs and trucks exclusively. In any case, the major manufacturers each still sell many hundreds of thousands of cars every year, so there must still be some worthwhile profits in the segment, declining sales or not.
Also, VW doesn't really fit the profile of a mainstream manufacturer in the U.S., and I think more VW customers drive cars than the typical manufacturer's customer would -- call it the 'enthusiast factor.'
I'm a sedan guy whether SUVs are the current hot ticket or not. I'm guessing that a good 90% of people that own SUVs/Crossovers don't really need them, it's just a fad that will settle down once gas prices bottom out and start to climb again. This happened before, too.
it's so annoying. I feel like the dealers are lying. I think they know things but aren't telling us. There is no way that they have absolutely no information on them. I work for Audi and we have information sometimes a month or so in advance.
I’m very close to a decision on the purchase of an Arteon. However, Consumer Reports still hasn’t posted their review so I was wondering how those of you with an Arteon feel about yours. If you could post how long you’ve had it, any problems, and the trim I’d greatly appreciate it!
I have the SEL with 8 speaker audio. Does anyone know if the head unit in the Arteons are all the same? In other words, will my SEL head unit have connections for 12 speakers, like what is found in the SEL Premium? I looked below the trunk where the spare tire is ( where the subwoofer is on SEL...