General Motors Co.
failed to hit truck sales goals in November as competitors sweetened incentives, leaving the automaker looking at possible production cuts to ease a more than 41/2-month supply of full-size pickups.
Executives Monday gave no specific models or plants that would see production changes. December already is a lighter production month with holiday downtime at assembly plants.
"We'll continue to use all levers to influence inventory…," said Kurt McNeil, GM's vice president of U.S. sales operations, during a call with analysts and the media. "That includes first and foremost adjusting production and marketing activity."