As drivers continue to unload their leased SUVs back to dealerships, it's apparent that driving a gas guzzler is no longer acceptable to many Americans. The intentions may not be environmentally driven, but if extreme gas prices are what it takes to cut down on gas consumption it can be seen as a positive side effect to what is otherwise a painful pump reality.
General Motors is so desperate to rid their jam-packed lots that are cluttered with SUVs, they are offering interest-free loans for six years to buyers of large models like SUVs and pickups. The promotion is set to last until June 30, so if you're in the market for a car that requires a lot of gas now is your opportunity!
Do you think the fact that gas prices are projected to continually rise will mean that nonhybrid SUVs will eventually become extinct, or that people will always find a reason to keep their big wheels? Are any of you SUV owners considering trading in for a smaller model?