REUTERS/Kim Kyung-HoonCadillac, a favorite among America's older 'supper club set', is revving up sales to younger luxury buyers in China through smoother designs and localized production to keep prices accessible.
NEW DELHI: Indian car buyers are looking beyond white and silver to shades like Garnet Red and Dignity Brown, even Avant-Garde Bronze. Customers are increasingly seeking a broader colour palette. The longest waiting period for Maruti Suzuki's Baleno premium hatchback is for the Ray Blue shade. The company's new Vitara Brezza mini SUV has been a hit in dual-tone livery, the first time the option has been offered in the more mass-market end of the Indian market.
Selling any home can be challenging, depending on the market. But if you have an old home and want to appeal to young buyers in their 20s and early 30s, you may need to take some extra steps. First, you'll need to assuage the fears of those young buyers about maintaining a home that was around during the real "Mad Men" days.
As I’ve mentioned before, although the auto industry seems to have stabilized in the wake of the financial crisis (and I see that as a good thing), overcapacity continues to be the major, long-term problem facing automakers (see Auto Industry’s Big Little Problem).
Commentary on the Congressional Budget Office report showing that a given health-care insurance policy will become cheaper under reform has gotten a bit confused. Fox News, for instance, summarized the report as saying, ‘CBO: HC Overhaul Likely Won’t Bring Private Premiums Down.’ Let's assume good faith here, as this stuff is confusing.