Once again the Camaro is the second best selling GM car.
2018 Hot Wheels 2SS Camaro Conv ~ 2016 2LT Corvette 7spd ~ 2017 Camaro RS V6 6spd ~ 2014 Chevy Volt(traded) ~ 2009 Pontiac G8 GT ~ 2002 Firebird Formula 6spd
Look at Expedition Go!
Meanwhile at Nissan from what I read on this French article, November wasn't so happy for them. https://www.leblogauto.com/2019/12/c...es-aux-us.html
There's some others articles on ths subject. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...o-sales-update
Oh look, Camaro finally beat the Challenger. Hi-Five. Alright!
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WOW, the shift is crazy, even if much of it is self-inflicted.
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Past: '17 Cruze; '15 F150; '14 Volt; '13 MKX; '13 Silverado; '13 Fusion; '11 Ram; '10 Commander; '08 Sierra; '07 Rendezvous; '05 Ram; '04 Grand Cherokee; '03 F150; '01 Silverado; '00 Jimmy; '99 Sierra; '97 Ram; '96 Mustang GT; '96 Jimmy; '90 Escort GT; '89 Ranger; '84 Omni; '76 Malibu; '78 LeMans; '85 Escort; '82 Lynx; '75 Sierra
I know. I was looking at the Ford cars. Just wow. How very sad.
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Lot's of red!
2017 GMC Acadia
2015 BMW 535i xDrive
2011 BMW 328i xDrive
It's like GM and Ford can't wait to get rid of cars,
I guess Toyota and Honda will pick up the pieces...
Here are the numbers for Toyota-Lexus...
http://carsalesbase.com/us-car-sales.../toyota-camry/) shows a pretty big average drop. And we also know that Toyota is dumping a lot of Camry's into rental fleets to prop up sales. And these lowered Camry sales are with GM, Ford and Chrysler pulling out of the car market, meaning that I'd presume Toyota is picking up car sales from people who can't get them from the domestics.
As usual, smaller/cheaper stuff is up nicely hurrah: Spark, Encore, Trax. Decent November for Malibu. 10K Expedition!
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Next ride, pre-pandemic: Maybe a 2021 2.0T CT4, weekend car, keep the Sonic as DD
Next ride, post-pandemic: Keep driving the Sonic!
The fact that both Camry and Corolla sales trended positive in November 2019 suggests that you are correct. Even the unloved fourth gen Prius may be turning a corner based on its sales results in November 2019.
I'm impressed that Camry sales were only down 1.2% in the first 11 months of 2019 compared to the same period last year.
God and guns keep us strong. That's what this country was founded on. - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Anyway...last I checked GM,Ford and FCA still sold sedans...while GM and Ford are indeed in the process of winding things down, you can still walk into a dealership and walk out with a new 2020 Malibu, Impala, Fusion, Regal, etc...
If we get to 2 years from now and the Camry numbers look the same, then you can try to make the point that they're grabbing buyers from brands that don't make sedans anymore.
Last edited by sdotjeezy; 12-06-2019 at 04:53 PM.
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