A new book, The End of Detroit – How the Big Three Lost There Grip On the American Car Market, has created some buzz in the Motor City. But among dealers, it’s caused nary a ripple. Chrysler Group Dealer Council Chairman Bill McSkimming While author Micheline Maynard doesn’t go so far as to say Big Three auto makers will become extinct, she envisions a future where there are few, if any, dominant players. (See related story: Panning in Detroit) Big Three dealers aren’t buying ...
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