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In the main Hamlet that's just -- Caldwell -- -- think they senior industry analyst with Edmonds this stuff.
Broadly speaking what your Edmonds is predicting a ten point 35.
Million annual sales rate is still do overall down from a year ago is that glass half empty or glass half -- I think it's actually a little bit of involvement in the -- -- -- increase senior every year is good news that you all remember October last year.
Was you know the start of the end for the automotive industry.
Sell it anymore and we could be sitting here saying wow this month is worse than last year was treated it would happen but we're not so that he has -- -- -- -- could look at the classical way.
I just Gillis and I was obviously making a bit of a sort of us and our -- -- on price I don't mean to pick on them.
But the same time when you're losing expected to lose 3033%.
A year market share.
Year over year you've got a new owner coming in he's probably got a very different idea.
About what kinds of cars you're going to be selling in the future.
What is the future for Chrysler as we know what I mean you know the Grand Cherokee.
That the the liberty.
Did the did this tragic nitro.
Well I think you know tomorrow they're gonna really focus on product -- -- -- that's what everyone's clamoring for as we've seen a lot of titans come out of both -- And GM the other two domestics and and -- it but it struggled this past year.
So I think they're really gonna focus on what's coming out I think we're gonna -- definitely if the new product line.
Me -- -- -- an -- -- -- from some of their flag -- -- the Jeep grand cherokees I think a lot of the chiefs the rams will be bad patch but I think we're gonna see new things.
Possibly alpha right now Fiat brand brand vehicles -- you know she managed an announcement.
Focus on GM for a second Jessica and October sales numbers expected to see a gain there.
But how much is General Motors paying for those sales incentives and compared GM to say a Chrysler -- Ford.
Yeah definitely paying for a for the a lot of -- market share gains yet a lot of 2009 models.
Left to compare you know when you compare -- some other Graham what kind of reference and so they're able to really turn on the -- we saw a lot of -- percent if you ours we -- a lot of huge act cash rebates on a lot of their vehicles.
And we can't forget October with truck month saw a lot of trucks -- a lot of cells which benefited him in a lot of ways.
And a couple of that was a lot of the strong marketing they've been doing some of their new product the equinox and -- and buicks.
Sourcing a lot -- come out of GM so -- you know I mean he spent.
Money you need to increase -- -- -- show you have an -- -- and I think we'll see a little bit of increased from them.
And if you look at that compared to Chrysler having Pressler -- really got knocked out doesn't have a lot of product to really talk about -- on the telethon.
So I you know what can they really do that her hands are -- -- tied.
And I think Jim is trying to policies that work or was a little while ago -- really focusing on some -- there strong product launches some of their product attributes -- of competition now.
They don't spend a little bit behind Ford and Chrysler -- little bit behind both GM and Ford.
Jessica thanks for being here Jessica Caldwell senior industry analyst with Edmunds.
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