Consumers Returning to Showrooms, But Looking for Smaller Cars

Dealers say many still opt for SUVs, which they feel are more secure during winter time
By Ken Little

    High gas prices may permanently detour Americans’ longtime love affair with SUVs and full-size trucks, but area auto dealers say consumers are making adjustments and returning to the showrooms. This time, many are targeting more fuel-efficient tra... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 98

Issue 98
October/November 2008

Cover Story

  • Small Businesses
  • They face tough odds, especially in the first year of operations. We've interviewed 11 people who recently started or expanded their business. They talk about opportunities and the challenges they have to face.

  • Can They Make it?
  • Small business adviser shares perspective on what's necessary to thrive

  • 10 Factors to Business Success
  • Larry Perras, a senior business adviser, discusses how entrepreneurs can grow a successful business

Profiles

Nancy Bellow

My First Job

Selling Ice Cream in the Street

On The Job

On The Job

Success Stories

Spear USA - Fulton

My Turn

The Media

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

Economic Trends

Resources Available for Women Business Owners

Special Article

Recession

Last Page

What BOCES Is All About

Healthcare Briefs

Where Are They Now

Former Oswego Business Agent Now Leads Agency in Cayuga County