General Motors Co. on Tuesday posted record third-quarter earnings of $2.77 billion that more than doubled from a year ago, driven by its record North America performance and strongly beat analysts’ estimates.
The strong performance puts the company on pace for a record year.
The increase was driven by strong sales to retail customers and average transaction prices after incentives in the U.S. of $35,700 in the quarter, about $5,000 higher than industry averages.
How did GM do it? North American SUV's and trucks, truck, trucks.
I sure hope they use some of those earnings into savings for us Volt shoppers on the Premier Volts