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But as of early July, the two dealerships run by brothers Ray and Mark Scarpelli are humming. Ray’s sales were up 13 per cent on the year and Mark’s were up 20 per cent. GM as a whole posted a 2.5 per cent increase in sales in the first half of the year, just a step behind the industry average of 4.3 per cent.
Now I understand what GM is doing. All these recalls are just a new method of marketing their new cars to dissatisfied customers of their old cars. And they said the bitch in charge didn't know what she was doing. :p

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/glob...ecalls-are-good-for-business/article19765243/
 

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"Rummaging through a box in his office, Mark Scarpelli pulls out packages containing parts for recalls, including a simple-looking gray plastic sheaf with a piece of black foam. It is a fix for a seatbelt in the Chevy Traverse, a large SUV. In a comprehensive safety review that followed the Cobalt recall, GM found the Traverse seat belt connector could fatigue and separate over time, and it recalled the vehicles.

The auto maker pays the dealership for 45 minutes of labor to install the new part, said Scarpelli"


That is BS, pays us .3 of a hour. That is 18 minutes. If they paid us 45 minutes then it would be .7 or .8
 
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