Skyrocketing new-car prices are driving accessory sales to record levels.
The company currently has more than 850 employees in 39 locations spanning the Great Plains, including its two Oklahoma City stores.
Shifts in consumer preferences start at $3.60 per gallon, but $4 is the breaking point, according to a new report from Edmunds.
By 2020, nearly 90 percent of the automaker’s North American lineup will consist of trucks, SUVs and commercial vehicles, Ford said.
Meritor Inc. said it will offer an expanded product portfolio “with distinct aftermarket brands that includes multiple price points designed to meet customer requirements regardless of the vehicle lifecycle stage.”