MotorTrend has an interesting article on page 40 of their April 2004 edition. It seems that while Toyota is dropping 5.3%, Honda is dropping 13.4%, and Ford is dropping 10.5%, Chevrolet is gaining 16.5%. MotorTrend says, "Chevrolet is outselling Ford, Honda, and Toyota in cars once again. What's going on? Quietly, Chevrolet has grabbed car market share from rivals with improved product, aggressive pricing, and strong incentives". That sounds good. Finally, someone recognizes that Chevrolet is having an American Revolution, while the other big 3 automakers (Honda, Toyota, Ford) are declining. Meanwhile, sales are going a lot different than usual. The compact van (minivan) happens to have increased by about over 7,000 in sales, while the entry/midsize SUV (which used to be popular) has declined about 15,000 in sales. Thats a 3.5% change in sales (going up) for the van and a 1.9% decline in sales for the midsize SUV's. This sudden change in sales might prove good for Chevrolet! The bad news is that Corvette has been decreasing in sales, while Nissan 350Z is decreasing also, and BMW Z4 is gaining!