Automotive companies of the United States

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  • Case Study : Discount Tire Company

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    Discount Tire Co. (2016) SWOT summarized the following analysis of the company, “Strengths: Comprehensive product and service portfolio, robust store operations and brand image and online shopping with interactive wheel system. Weaknesses: Private ownership and limited geographical spread increases its business risks. Opportunities: Positive outlook for the United States new cars market and establishment of new stores for business expansion. Threats: Intense competition

  • Economic Overview In Auto Industry Essay

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    Economic Overview of the Automotive Industry The automotive industry is without a doubt an industry that has massive implications relating to the United States economy as well as affecting every American household. Shifts in the supply and demand of automobiles influence the current and future household purchases. Households must determine what amount of their hard-earned income to allocate to certain necessities. Because most households have a budget, the amount spent on transportation it

  • The Automotive Industry 's Impact On National Economy

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    Contributing 3 percent to 3.5 percent to the overall Gross Domestic Product, the automotive industry is essential to the United States’ economy.1 The automotive industry would critically affect our national economy if it ceased to exist. In 2008 through 2010, the automotive industry suffered a crisis. Many things lead up to the crisis, putting the economy into an unstable condition and putting distress into the minds of the American people. This forced some of the country’s automakers to go into

  • Automotive Industry Essay

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    last fifteen years. In 2008, the automotive industry hit a critical point when the United States government was forced to bail out General Motors and Chrysler. However, this wasn’t the first time the automotive industry had struggled in this nation. The years following the United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War saw many American automotive companies losing their profits. As with any business, the car companies fought to make it through several United States recessions which greatly reduced

  • The American Automotive Industry : An Environmental Analysis

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    The American Automotive Industry: An Environmental Analysis The United States automotive industry is the largest in the world. Thirteen automotive manufacturers have assembly plants in the United States, as well as a growing number of suppliers and dealerships. From 2008 to 2012, automotive manufacturers in the U.S. produced an average of over 8 million vehicles annually (SelectUSA, n.d.). In addition to the big three American automakers – General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler – Honda, Toyota,

  • The Impact Of Global Competition On The American Automotive Industry

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    The American automotive industry has been under a lot of pressure over recent years due to increased concern for the environment and increased global competition. An environmental scan on the American automotive industry shows that the global competition is a great cause for concern, new technology is providing an edge, emissions and laws regulating them are as tight as ever, and consumer opinion is reflecting concern for this. Global Competition Global competition in recent years has had a great

  • Challenges Facing The American Automotive Industry Essay

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    FACING THE AMERICAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY 3 The American automotive industry faces several environmental challenges. It has to stand up to foreign competition in the global market. Laws that regulate things such as emissions are always a concern. Automobiles produced by the industry may not be many consumers’ first choice based on the consumers’ geographic whereabouts or that a certain foreign automobile brand almost has a monopoly on a geographic area. The global automotive industry is constantly

  • Analysis Of Porter 's Five Force

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    Analysis to scale the United States largest manufacturers of automobiles. The creativity and dynamics of the industry overall make it one of the most interesting industries in the country. The competiveness of rival corporations, the sizes of the manufacturers and the innovation that is constantly changing make the industry all the more interesting. Throughout this assignment the discussion and analysis provide an in-depth look into the history and background of the American automotive industry, its characteristics

  • How Ford 's 2016 ' Battle Tested On Buying The Ford F 150 Half Ton Truck Essay

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    has a five star safety rating by the United States government. Pathos, an appeal to emotion, is used by the unnamed narrator to persuade the audience on the toughness while still being the safest half-ton truck in the automotive industry. Ford’s “battle tested” commercial successfully ensures the safety of the driver and passengers using the new material for the 2016 Ford F-150. Keywords: Ford, military grade aluminum alloy, safety, revolutionized, automotive The All-New

  • The Porsche Automotive Group Firm

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    The Porsche Automotive Group firm has been considered to be a benchmark of precision within the market for decades. According to Henderson & Reavis (2009), “By 2007, Porsche had become the world’s most financially profitable automaker on an annual per unit basis.” They then go on to mention, “This is especially impressive when considering that Porsche produces over 100,000 vehicles annually.” From Porsche’s inception their focus has been firmly placed on the finer points of engineering. Sinse