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Speaking of higher prices, last year Hyundai-Kia overtook GM and Stellantis in global sales. In the US, Hyundai-Kia overtook Honda and Nissan, and is now closing in on Stellantis.

The media is blaming American automakers’ fixation with driving up prices.

This is what FCA/Stellantis sales over the past ten years look like
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Speaking of higher prices, last year Hyundai-Kia overtook GM and Stellantis in global sales. In the US, Hyundai-Kia overtook Honda and Nissan, and is now closing in on Stellantis.

The media is blaming American automakers’ fixation with driving up prices.

This is what FCA/Stellantis sales over the past ten years look like
Jeep Wrangler JL 2024  Jeep Wrangler - any idea what to expect? 1677674615748
That's very clearly due to the chip shortage (as the article states). I don't see anything in the media source where that came from where they blamed American automakers' fixation with driving up prices. Maybe I missed where they said that?

Here are the prices:
Jeep Wrangler JL 2024  Jeep Wrangler - any idea what to expect? 1677684183930


And the source: https://wolfstreet.com/2023/01/08/w...llantis-hyundai-kia-honda-and-nissan-oh-dear/
 

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That's very clearly due to the chip shortage (as the article states). I don't see anything in the media source where that came from where they blamed American automakers' fixation with driving up prices. Maybe I missed where they said that?

Here are the prices:
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And the source: https://wolfstreet.com/2023/01/08/w...llantis-hyundai-kia-honda-and-nissan-oh-dear/
Cox and CarEdge have been blaming runaway prices for the Big 3 losing so much ground to the Koreans.

In 2022, Stellantis’s average transaction price was $53,000; GM’s was $57,000 Hyundai’s was $35,000!

The “chip shortage” narrative stops holding water when the Koreans have been able to leap frog Honda, Nissan, Ford, GM and Stellantis in production and sales.
 

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Speaking of higher prices, last year Hyundai-Kia overtook GM and Stellantis in global sales. In the US, Hyundai-Kia overtook Honda and Nissan, and is now closing in on Stellantis.

The media is blaming American automakers’ fixation with driving up prices.

This is what FCA/Stellantis sales over the past ten years look like
Jeep Wrangler JL 2024  Jeep Wrangler - any idea what to expect? 1677684183930
if this drives prices down, so be it. My other car is a Hyundai Palisade and i got top-of-the-line trim with Mercedes-ish features on tech and interior... its a lot of value for what i paid.
 

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if this drives prices down, so be it. My other car is a Hyundai Palisade and i got top-of-the-line trim with Mercedes-ish features on tech and interior... its a lot of value for what i paid.
My wife has a Telluride, and I agree, it’s a whole lot of car for what we paid.
 

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My ONLY expectation for the 2024 JL is the new grill they showed on the anniversary editions. Probably changing up packages or what's standard on trims. Add some new colors. MAYBE new wheel designs.

My wife has a Telluride, and I agree, it’s a whole lot of car for what we paid.
Our Jeep is the family car for going everywhere and doing everything. We looked at the Palisade/Telluride, and my wife was extremely impressed by the functionality and how nice it was, but basically said it was way way way too nice for her and she would destroy it. Plus she doesn't like all the tech/electronics. Jeep just fit EVERYTHING we do as family way better. Before we would take my f150 on family vacations (which has a mild lift, suspension and 35s) and we always end up offroad getting to our vacation spots, in places a telluride would not be able to go. It was an easy decision we both loved the Jeep.
 

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Cox and CarEdge have been blaming runaway prices for the Big 3 losing so much ground to the Koreans.

In 2022, Stellantis’s average transaction price was $53,000; GM’s was $57,000 Hyundai’s was $35,000!

The “chip shortage” narrative stops holding water when the Koreans have been able to leap frog Honda, Nissan, Ford, GM and Stellantis in production and sales.
From the article that you referenced:

Hyundai-Kia: He who can get the chips can build vehicles and has something to sell. It helps that other Korean companies are global powerhouses in semiconductor production. So Hyundai-Kia sales combined hit an all-time record in 2021 and dipped 1.5% from that record in 2022, to 1.42 million vehicles.
 
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Cox and CarEdge have been blaming runaway prices for the Big 3 losing so much ground to the Koreans.

In 2022, Stellantis’s average transaction price was $53,000; GM’s was $57,000 Hyundai’s was $35,000!

The “chip shortage” narrative stops holding water when the Koreans have been able to leap frog Honda, Nissan, Ford, GM and Stellantis in production and sales.
The Big 3 sell a majority of full size pickups and SUVS while Hyundai sells a lot.of smaller compact less expensive sedans. That's a huge reason for the avg price.

Hyundai/Kia and the Japanese car makers are going to see a lot of sale if only for the fact that the big 3 don't really make an affordable small car.

If Yesla gets their prices down under 30k with their next model all bets are off.
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