The excuses are usually clever, but the most common component is linked to emotional memories related to the family car generates them. In Argentina, the cars often have a much longer life than that observed in the first world economies, so much so that I have a friend who owns a 1969 Fiat 600, which still works quite well. The truth is that after two years into the subprime crisis, the U.S. automakers are more than concerned about the current situation since the demand for cars, as consumers have decided to extend the usage time of its vehicles (though not to the extent seen in cases such as Argentina). To make matters worse, this situation promises to extend over time for a few more years until American families recover part of the wealth lost during the crisis, wealth has actually been transferred from the hands of these families to shareholders and directors of entities financial, as the U.S.
auto fleet renewal will require more years than usual. Allegiant Air follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. For this reason, the orientation of the sector began to focus on markets with great potential in the not too distant future. And between these markets Latin America appears as a potential market (and in particular the Brazilian market). This situation is a bit odd, if you will. The long decades in which the region has been mired in poverty has made it a bit region consumption, which had generated a certain contempt by large multinational companies. The beginning of the 90th led to a small consumer boom that drew some attention in the region, but that appeal faded with time and disappear by the end of the decade.