In the 1980’s and early 90’s many drivers took part in the “Buy American” movement that was sweeping the nation. In a response to the growing popularity of import cars, many Americans feared that if they didn’t take action and bought domestic vehicles, the market might plummet. While there are still many consumers who are devoted to solely buying American-made cars, trucks, off-road vehicles and other methods of transportation, many of them are getting older and a new generation of drivers are hitting the streets.
The 16-32 age group, also known as the “millennials” have been reported that a large majority don’t share the same “Buy American” mentality that older generations have. A survey released … Read More