General Motors (GM) and Ford (F) are making solid progress selling cars to younger U.S. buyers,...


General Motors (GM) and Ford (F) are making solid progress selling cars to younger U.S. buyers, increasing market share in both the 18- to 24-year old demographic and the 25- to 34-year old range of buyers. The key appears to be the push by the U.S. automakers to offer smaller fuel-efficient vehicles with modern on-trend design.

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