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Posted 03 November 2009 - 01:32 PM

DETROIT – A strong performance by GM's four core brands -- Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac -- resulted in GM U.S. October sales of 177,603 vehicles, up 4 percent from last October, the company's first year-over-year gain since January 2008.  Total sales increased 13 percent when compared with September. The four brands accounted for about 95 percent of GM's retail sales, an increase of 10 percentage points compared to the prior year.

 “We’re very pleased with consumer acceptance to our newest cars, crossovers and trucks,” said Susan Docherty, GM vice president, U.S. Sales. “While we have more work to do, we are making progress and will continue our focus on delivering vehicles and a sales and service experience that brings consumers to Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac – and keeps them coming back.”

October quick facts:

  • Total GM sales increased 4 percent compared with October, 2008; retail sales were up 15 percent for the same period.
  • Year-over-year total sales increase is the first since January, 2008.
  • GM gains market share for the third straight month – estimated at 21 percent of the total light vehicle market.
  • Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac retail sales represented 95 percent of October retail sales vs. 85 percent in October, 2008.
  • Combined Buick / GMC retail sales were up 20 percent compared with last year, driving Buick-Pontiac-GMC retail sales up 12 percent.

Chevrolet Retail Sales Up 31 Percent 
Strong retail sales of Chevrolet’s launch vehicles – Camaro, Equinox, and Traverse – led to a year-over-year increase in total sales of 9 percent, and a 31 percent increase in retail sales for the same period. 

Chevrolet key facts:

  • Malibu retail sales for Malibu were up 84 percent compared to a year ago.
  • Camaro continues to distance itself from competition, selling nearly 8,000 vehicles during the month and we anticipate we will hold the top spot in the regular sports car segment.
  • Corvette retains the number one position in the luxury sports car segment with nearly 28 percent of the market.
  • Equinox share in compact crossover segment is growing, having more than doubled in a year to 10 percent – the highest since August, 2007; added a third shift to keep up with demand.
  • Silverado total sales of 31,800 were driven by the strength of Chevrolet’s “Truck Month” promotion.

"Chevrolet had a solid sales month in October supported by our 2009 launch products Camaro, Equinox and Traverse," said Brent Dewar, vice president, global Chevrolet. "Our broad lineup appeals to a range of consumers, whether it's the modern sports car, Camaro, appealing to performance enthusiasts or the Equinox and Traverse delivering what today's families care about: safety, styling and efficiency."

Buick – GMC Total Sales Up 20 Percent
Buick car and crossover sales showed improvement in October vs. a year ago, led by the all-new LaCrosse and Enclave. Sales of the all-new GMC Terrain and GMC’s “Truck Month” promotion helped lift GMC total sales 20 percent, and retail sales 35 percent for the month, compared with last year.

Buick key facts:  

  • Buick had its best total sales month for 2009 (9,053) and best since October '08, up 19 percent.
  • LaCrosse had strongest month since launch, up 36 percent compared with September 2009, and up 103 percent compared to October 2008.
  • Enclave total sales up year-over-year 38 percent.
  • Lucerne had highest sales month of 2009 with sales of 4,324.

GMC key facts:

  • GMC total sales were up 20 percent vs. October 2008, the highest monthly sales in 2009.
  • Terrain total sales were up 85 percent over combined Pontiac Torrent / GMC Envoy October 2008 total sales and up 124 percent from September 2009.
  • Sierra reported its highest total sales month of 2009, up 6 percent vs. October 2008.  
  • Yukon / Yukon XL combined total sales were the highest since September 2008 (5,425), up 72 percent vs. October 2008.
  • Acadia total sales were up 7 percent year-over-year, while retail sales increased 30 percent compared to October 2008.

“We like the momentum we’ve seen in the sales of new Buick and GMC models,” said Susan Docherty, Buick-GMC general manager, and GM Vice President of U.S. Sales. “In October, Buick and GMC both had their best sales months of 2009, and in fact, total sales for these two brands were up 33 percent over October 2008 for the combined total of Buick, Pontiac and GMC.”

Cadillac Total Sales Up 22 Percent
Led by the performance of the all-new SRX, Cadillac sales increased by 22 percent compared to a year ago, and were up 2 percent vs. September.

Cadillac key facts:

  • SRX: total sales were 280 percent higher than October 2008 and were up 21 percent compared to September - the second best performance of the vehicle in history.
  • SRX: days supply is 34 days, based on month-end inventory.
  • Escalade:  Year-over-year total sales were 37 percent higher and market share continues to outperform competitors, including the Mercedes GL and Lexus LX 570.

"The interest customers are showing in the new SRX is exciting – we are seeing Lexus, BMW and Mercedes customers trading their vehicles for the SRX," said Bryan Nesbitt, Cadillac General Manager.

Other brands Sold 15,089 Vehicles in October
Total combined sales for Saturn, Pontiac, Saab and HUMMER were 15,089 for the month. As a percent of total GM sales, these brands represented 9 percent of sales, compared with 15 percent in October 2008.

Management Discussion of October Sales Results
The U.S. October 2009 SAAR of 10.6 million is a 13-percent improvement compared to last month, but is the second-lowest SAAR for October since the early 1980s. The U.S. economy and auto industry are showing signs of recovery:

Economy

  • Normalization of credit spread, which is down to approximately 20 to 30 basis points – is helping make more credit available to consumers. However, consumer credit is still contracting – reflecting both weak credit demand and cautious bank lending.
  • Consumer confidence has softened a bit in October, but remains much improved from the trough in March.
  • Manufacturing sector is increasing output due to depleted current inventories.
  • Job losses continue to slow, however employment levels continue to be a concern.
  • Housing starts and home resale prices are beginning to stabilize.

Auto Industry

  • Industry estimated October SAAR of 10.7 million could be the highest monthly SAAR since November 2008 (excluding cash-for-clunkers.)
  • It appears that the bulk of the “Cash-for-Clunkers” pull-ahead occurred by the end of September.
  • Industry inventory levels are anticipated to increase moderately into Q4 to support modestly rising industry sales.

GM Reports October Production; Fourth Quarter Production at 620,000 Vehicles

In October, GM produced 228,000 vehicles (92,000 cars and 136,000 trucks). This is down 90,000 vehicles, or 28 percent compared with October 2008, when GM North America produced 318,000 vehicles (151,000 cars and 167,000 trucks).  (Production totals include joint venture production of 15,000 vehicles in October 2009 and 11,000 vehicles in October 2008)

GM third quarter production was 531,000 vehicles (205,000 cars and 326,000 trucks), which was down 42 percent compared to the same quarter in 2008. GM North America built 915,000 vehicles (436,000 cars and 479,000 trucks) in the third quarter of 2008. However, third quarter production was substantially higher than production volumes for Q1 and Q2 2009 of 371,000 (up 43 percent) and 395,000 (up 34 percent), respectively.

GM’s 2009 fourth quarter forecast at 620,000 vehicles (239,000 cars and 381,000 trucks), which is down about 24 percent from a year ago. GM North America built 815,000 vehicles (365,000 cars and 450,000 trucks) in the fourth quarter of 2008. However, Q4 2009 production volumes represent a 17 percent increase compared to Q3 2009.

At October month-end, inventories of vehicles for U.S. dealers increased to 444,000 (172,000 cars and 272,000 trucks) compared to September, 2009 (157,000 cars and 267,000 trucks), an increase of 5 percent. Compared to month-end inventories for October 2008 (336,000 cars and 464,000 trucks), inventories decreased by 356,000 (164.000 cars and 192,000 trucks), or 45 percent.

About General Motors:  General Motors, one of the world’s largest automakers, traces its roots back to 1908.  With its global headquarters in Detroit, GM employs 209,000 people in every major region of the world and does business in some 140 countries.  GM and its strategic partners produce cars and trucks in 34 countries, and sell and service these vehicles through the following brands:  Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, GM Daewoo, Holden, Opel, Vauxhall and Wuling.  GM’s largest national market is the United States, followed by China, Brazil, the United Kingdom, Canada, Russia and Germany.  GM’s OnStar subsidiary is the industry leader in vehicle safety, security and information services.  General Motors acquired operations from General Motors Corporation on July 10, 2009, and references to prior periods in this and other press materials refer to operations of the old General Motors Corporation.  More information on the new General Motors can be found at www.gm.com.

*S/D Curr: 28
October
(Calendar Year-to-Date)
January -  October
*S/D Prev: 27
2009
2008
% Chg Volume
%Chg per S/D

2009
2008
%Chg Volume
 
Vehicle Total 177,603 170,585 4.1 0.4   1,724,554 2,603,828 -33.8  
Core Brand Total 162,514 145,605 11.6 7.6   1,482,310 2,154,564 -31.2  
Non-Core Brand Total 15,089 24,980 -39.6 -41.8   242,244 449,264 -46.1  
Light Vehicle Total 176,632 168,719 4.7 1.0   1,713,535 2,581,385 -33.6  
Car Total 63,935 73,466 -13.0 -16.1   736,817 1,111,189 -33.7  
Light Truck Total 112,697 95,253 18.3 14.1   976,718 1,470,196 -33.6  
Truck Total ** 113,668 97,119 17.0 12.9   987,737 1,492,639 -33.8  
GM Vehicle Deliveries by Marketing Division  

2009
2008
%Chg Volume
%Chg per S/D

2009
2008
%Chg Volume

Buick Total 9,053 7,642 18.5 14.2   81,442 120,772 -32.6  
Cadillac Total 11,602 9,541 21.6 17.3   84,626 139,109 -39.2  
Chevrolet Total 116,436 107,313 8.5 4.6   1,108,984 1,567,684 -29.3  
GMC Total 25,423 21,109 20.4 16.1   207,258 326,999 -36.6  
Core Brand Total 162,514 145,605 11.6 7.6   1,482,310 2,154,564 -31.2  
HUMMER Total 307 1,368 -77.6 -78.4   8,500 23,861 -64.4  
Pontiac Total 10,646 13,054 -18.4 -21.4   162,464 238,762 -32.0  
Saab Total 513 1,975 -74.0 -75.0   7,441 19,337 -61.5  
Saturn Total 3,623 8,583 -57.8 -59.3   63,839 167,304 -61.8  
Non-Core Brand Total 15,089 24,980 -39.6 -41.8   242,244 449,264 -46.1  
GM Vehicle Total 177,603 170,585 4.1 0.4   1,724,554 2,603,828 -33.8  
GM CarDeliveries by Marketing Division

2009
2008
%Chg Volume
%Chg per S/D

2009
2008
%Chg Volume

Buick Total 5,980 5,398 10.8 6.8   46,751 80,981 -42.3  
Cadillac Total 5,221 6,271 -16.7 -19.7   52,040 93,200 -44.2  
Chevrolet Total 40,557 43,791 -7.4 -10.7   453,731 627,267 -27.7  
Car Core Brand Total 51,758 55,460 -6.7 -10.0   552,522 801,448 -31.1  
Pontiac Total 10,474 12,105 -13.5 -16.6   153,197 220,895 -30.6  
Saab Total 299 1,659 -82.0 -82.6   5,383 16,187 -66.7  
Saturn Total 1,404 4,242 -66.9 -68.1   25,715 72,659 -64.6  
Car Non-Core Brand Total 12,177 18,006 -32.4 -34.8   184,295 309,741 -40.5  
GM Car Total 63,935 73,466 -13.0 -16.1   736,817 1,111,189 -33.7  
GM Light TruckDeliveries by Marketing Division

2009
2008
%Chg Volume
%Chg per S/D

2009
2008
%Chg Volume

Buick Total 3,073 2,244 36.9 32.1   34,691 39,791 -12.8  
Cadillac Total 6,381 3,270 95.1 88.2   32,586 45,909 -29.0  
Chevrolet Total 75,351 62,690 20.2 15.9   650,089 931,424 -30.2  
GMC Total 24,980 20,075 24.4 20.0   201,403 313,549 -35.8  
Truck Core Brand Total 109,785 88,279 24.4 19.9   918,769 1,330,673 -31.0  
HUMMER Total 307 1,368 -77.6 -78.4   8,500 23,861 -64.4  
Pontiac Total 172 949 -81.9 -82.5   9,267 17,867 -48.1  
Saab Total 214 316 -32.3 -34.7   2,058 3,150 -34.7  
Saturn Total 2,219 4,341 -48.9 -50.7   38,124 94,645 -59.7  
Truck Non-Core Brand Total 2,912 6,974 -58.2 -59.7   57,949 139,523 -58.5  
GM Light Truck Total 112,697 95,253 18.3 14.1   976,718 1,470,196 -33.6  
                   
* Twenty-eight selling days (S/D) for the October period this year and twenty-seven for last year.
**Effective August 2007, GM includes GMC & Chevrolet dealer deliveries of commercial vehicles distributed by American Isuzu Motors, Inc.

October

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January -  October

2009
2008
% Chg Volume
%Chg per S/D

2009
2008
%Chg Volume

Selling Days (S/D) 28 27       28 27    
LaCrosse 3,228 1,592 102.8 95.5   19,837 33,336 -40.5  
Lucerne 2,752 3,806 -27.7 -30.3   26,914 47,645 -43.5  
Buick Total 5,980 5,398 10.8 6.8   46,751 80,981 -42.3  
CTS 2,921 3,997 -26.9 -29.5   31,932 51,476 -38.0  
DTS 1,896 1,590 19.2 15.0   14,021 27,380 -48.8  
STS 355 632 -43.8 -45.8   5,398 13,253 -59.3  
XLR 49 52 -5.8 -9.1   689 1,091 -36.8  
Cadillac Total 5,221 6,271 -16.7 -19.7   52,040 93,200 -44.2  
Aveo 1,459 3,162 -53.9 -55.5   32,945 49,782 -33.8  
Camaro 8,082 0  ***.*  ***.*   47,233 0  ***.*  
Cobalt 5,055 6,478 -22.0 -24.8   90,940 168,940 -46.2  
Corvette 1,154 1,170 -1.4 -4.9   11,949 24,554 -51.3  
Impala 12,721 22,107 -42.5 -44.5   139,577 231,841 -39.8  
Malibu 12,086 10,874 11.1 7.2   131,081 151,429 -13.4  
Monte Carlo 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   6 708 -99.2  
SSR 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   0 13  ***.*  
Chevrolet Total 40,557 43,791 -7.4 -10.7   453,731 627,267 -27.7  
Core Brand Total 51,758 55,460 -6.7 -10.0   552,522 801,448 -31.1  
G3 Wave 227 0  ***.*  ***.*   5,417 0  ***.*  
G5 369 812 -54.6 -56.2   10,778 21,892 -50.8  
G6 8,358 6,788 23.1 18.7   77,403 126,494 -38.8  
G8 750 1,082 -30.7 -33.2   21,371 12,390 72.5  
GTO 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   0 52  ***.*  
Grand Prix 3 148 -98.0 -98.0   258 8,252 -96.9  
Solstice 266 330 -19.4 -22.3   4,521 10,013 -54.8  
Vibe 501 2,945 -83.0 -83.6   33,449 41,802 -20.0  
Pontiac Total 10,474 12,105 -13.5 -16.6   153,197 220,895 -30.6  
9-2X 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   0 3  ***.*  
9-3 248 1,471 -83.1 -83.7   4,480 13,877 -67.7  
9-5 51 188 -72.9 -73.8   903 2,307 -60.9  
Saab Total 299 1,659 -82.0 -82.6   5,383 16,187 -66.7  
Astra 49 543 -91.0 -91.3   6,102 9,707 -37.1  
Aura 1,173 3,391 -65.4 -66.6   16,865 54,033 -68.8  
ION 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   12 314 -96.2  
Sky 182 308 -40.9 -43.0   2,736 8,605 -68.2  
Saturn Total 1,404 4,242 -66.9 -68.1   25,715 72,659 -64.6  
Non-Core Brand Total 12,177 18,006 -32.4 -34.8   184,295 309,741 -40.5  
GM Car Total 63,935 73,466 -13.0 -16.1   736,817 1,111,189 -33.7  

Edited by CSpec, 03 November 2009 - 08:30 PM.

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:12 PM

More than 50% of 2010 Chevy Equinox customers traded in a non-GM vehicle
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:16 PM

I want names of those 227 people who bought the G3.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:30 PM

QUOTE (Z-06 @ Nov 3 2009, 03:16 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I want names of those 227 people who bought the G3.


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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:33 PM

So GM, with four brands, posts a year over (not that month of crap) sales gain when it has 8 brands.

Funny that.

Anyway, hope to see more of this!
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:38 PM

QUOTE (Z-06 @ Nov 3 2009, 03:16 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I want names of those 227 people who bought the G3.


Maybe it was Mr. Canadian Pacific.... or whichever railroad it was that ran into a parking lot full of cars.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:40 PM

QUOTE (Oldsmoboi @ Nov 3 2009, 03:38 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Maybe it was Mr. Canadian Pacific.... or whichever railroad it was that ran into a parking lot full of cars.


Satty might be one of the 227 considering his love for the vehicle.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 02:40 PM

Didn't realize the '10 LaCrosse had been on sale since Sept...still haven't seen one.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 04:34 PM

Wow, there were still some left over Grand Prixs, a whole 3 of them sold!

G6 sales are up!! Actually, fleet managers love to grab leftovers cheap. The US Navy base where I work just got in a few new G6's, can tell since they have the new fascia. They have spoilers too, just like the last Achievas. BTW: I've seen 2004 Aleros with Military plates on them a few years ago; must have got them in bulk.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 05:53 PM

3-series outsold the Cobalt and Aveo combined. And GM delayed the Cruze?

The crossover sales were strong, this is GM's biggest strength right now. But will GM focus on SUVs again and ignore cars like they did in 2002-2005, because SUV trends come and go, small and midsize car sales are always there.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 06:59 PM

QUOTE (smk4565 @ Nov 3 2009, 06:53 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
3-series outsold the Cobalt and Aveo combined. And GM delayed the Cruze?

The crossover sales were strong, this is GM's biggest strength right now. But will GM focus on SUVs again and ignore cars like they did in 2002-2005, because SUV trends come and go, small and midsize car sales are always there.


Silverado outsold the entire BMW/Mini lineup combined! Why isn't the new 5-series not here yet! cussing.gif cussing.gif </pointless baseless comparison>


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Posted 03 November 2009 - 08:09 PM

QUOTE (Z-06 @ Nov 3 2009, 02:16 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I want names of those 227 people who bought the G3.


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Posted 03 November 2009 - 08:15 PM

CTS sales drop is a bit disconcerting

new SRX whips the old (RWD) one....who said RWD mattered

49 Astras sold, hope there is still one left when i am able to buy



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Posted 03 November 2009 - 08:33 PM

Hm, I guess the formatting got a bit messed up there. Anyway a good month. I agree with reg about the CTS, though.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 08:43 PM

QUOTE (regfootball @ Nov 3 2009, 09:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
CTS sales drop is a bit disconcerting

new SRX whips the old (RWD) one....who said RWD mattered

49 Astras sold, hope there is still one left when i am able to buy


Yeah, it's a little disappointing to see the CTS drop like that. But it still looks like it outsold the Infiniti G Sedan and it's right in line with Lexus IS sales. As the months go by, I'm seeing more CTS' around Houston, which is cool.

I saw a new GMC Terrain in traffic tonight. I'm still trying to decide if I like it or not.

I'm seeing a lot of new Enclaves on the road here now. It seems like just in the last couple of months Buick Enclaves are popping up in traffic almost daily for me.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 08:59 PM

Local dealer had a silver LaCrosse, but it went quick. A black one replaced it- I think it's been there about a week or 2 now. I've seen at least 1 LaC on the road so far, but I really don't notice new cars.
Same dealer has a silver Terrain up on a rack- I find it repulsive... but maybe it's primairily the near 'worm's eye view'.
I have not noticed a '10 SRX out on the road yet.
CTS sales drop was far less than the 3-series drop...
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 09:55 PM

A problem GM has is after products are on the market a couple years they tend to drop a lot. CTS is no different. When it was brand new, and they advertised it a lot, it sold, then it gets a little dated, ads slow down and sales drop. The winners are the Lambdas, SRX/Terrain/Equinox and 2010 LaCrosse, but look at how bad the old Equinox/Torrent and LaCrosse were. Question is how will the Equinox or LaCrosse be selling in 3 years when the initial buzz is gone. The challenge is to build a car that car sell well for 5 or 6 years in a row.

CTS sales don't surprise me at all. When it came out I said the car was too big/heavy to perform with a 3-series, and the interior/equipment/materials aren't as good as the A6 or 5-series. Plus Cadillac's image isn't as good as the Germans or Lexus.
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Posted 03 November 2009 - 10:05 PM

QUOTE (balthazar @ Nov 3 2009, 09:59 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
CTS sales drop was far less than the 3-series drop...

CTS dropped 27%, 3-series dropped 9%. 3-series dropped 800 units, CTS dropped 1,000 units. The 3-series is still the #1 selling luxury car.

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Posted 03 November 2009 - 11:08 PM

so lets see... GM sells 1000 fewer CTS' (that are larger) opposed to bmw's 800 fewer 3 series that are smaller. what does that prove exactly... for that matter a 3 series can be had cheaper than a CTS too.
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Posted 04 November 2009 - 04:26 AM

I wish if they could give us detailed figures about Non-Core-Brands, like (GM Daewoo, Holden, Opel...so on)
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October
(Calendar Year-to-Date)
January -  October

2009
2008
% Chg Volume
%Chg per S/D

2009
2008
%Chg Volume

Selling Days (S/D) 28 27       28 27    
Enclave 3,073 2,228 37.9 33.0   34,645 39,128 -11.5  
Rainier 0 3  ***.*  ***.*   4 114 -96.5  
Rendezvous 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   9 23 -60.9  
Terraza 0 13  ***.*  ***.*   33 526 -93.7  
Buick Total 3,073 2,244 36.9 32.1   34,691 39,791 -12.8  
Escalade 2,127 1,556 36.7 31.8   13,118 19,275 -31.9  
Escalade ESV 599 533 12.4 8.4   5,206 9,076 -42.6  
Escalade EXT 178 265 -32.8 -35.2   2,015 3,779 -46.7  
SRX 3,477 916 279.6 266.0   12,247 13,779 -11.1  
Cadillac Total 6,381 3,270 95.1 88.2   32,586 45,909 -29.0  
Chevy C/T Series 0 61  ***.*  ***.*   36 320 -88.8  
Chevy W Series 34 95 -64.2 -65.5   607 1,398 -56.6  
Colorado 1,732 2,552 -32.1 -34.6   29,298 47,396 -38.2  
Equinox 7,868 2,841 176.9 167.1   63,850 59,130 8.0  
Express 4,155 7,556 -45.0 -47.0   45,651 72,822 -37.3  
HHR 6,681 5,265 26.9 22.4   62,682 85,763 -26.9  
Kodiak 4/5 Series 466 572 -18.5 -21.4   3,662 5,943 -38.4  
Kodiak 6/7/8 Series 28 104 -73.1 -74.0   859 1,332 -35.5  
Suburban (Chevy) 4,231 2,464 71.7 65.6   31,672 44,121 -28.2  
Tahoe 7,738 3,674 110.6 103.1   57,443 81,012 -29.1  
TrailBlazer 210 2,954 -92.9 -93.1   8,550 68,235 -87.5  
Traverse 9,459 1,359 596.0 571.2   75,156 1,585  ***.*  
Uplander 62 736 -91.6 -91.9   1,706 39,359 -95.7  
      Avalanche 1,461 1,600 -8.7 -11.9   12,939 29,810 -56.6  
     Silverado-C/K Pickup 31,754 31,689 0.2 -3.4   261,142 402,191 -35.1  
Chevrolet Fullsize Pickups 33,215 33,289 -0.2 -3.8   274,081 432,001 -36.6  
Chevrolet Total 75,879 63,522 19.5 15.2   655,253 940,417 -30.3  
Acadia 3,282 3,071 6.9 3.1   43,957 60,089 -26.8  
Canyon 454 649 -30.0 -32.5   9,029 12,904 -30.0  
Envoy 167 887 -81.2 -81.8   4,676 21,864 -78.6  
GMC C/T Series 45 33 36.4 31.5   419 429 -2.3  
GMC W Series 92 177 -48.0 -49.9   1,486 2,229 -33.3  
Savana 764 1,060 -27.9 -30.5   10,468 20,333 -48.5  
Sierra 11,894 11,256 5.7 1.9   91,327 145,067 -37.0  
Terrain 2,994 0  ***.*  ***.*   4,803 0  ***.*  
Topkick 4/5 Series 210 368 -42.9 -45.0   2,372 7,133 -66.7  
Topkick 6/7/8 Series 96 456 -78.9 -79.7   1,578 3,659 -56.9  
Yukon 3,388 1,836 84.5 77.9   23,820 32,412 -26.5  
Yukon XL 2,037 1,316 54.8 49.3   13,323 20,880 -36.2  
GMC Total 25,423 21,109 20.4 16.1   207,258 326,999 -36.6  
Core Brand Total 110,756 90,145 22.9 18.5   929,788 1,353,116 -31.3  
HUMMER H1 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   0 17  ***.*  
HUMMER H2 68 260 -73.8 -74.8   1,429 5,488 -74.0  
HUMMER H3 160 857 -81.3 -82.0   5,168 18,104 -71.5  
HUMMER H3T 79 251 -68.5 -69.6   1,903 252 655.2  
HUMMER Total 307 1,368 -77.6 -78.4   8,500 23,861 -64.4  
Montana SV6 0 0  ***.*  ***.*   0 64  ***.*  
Torrent 172 949 -81.9 -82.5   9,267 17,803 -47.9  
Pontiac Total 172 949 -81.9 -82.5   9,267 17,867 -48.1  
9-7X 214 316 -32.3 -34.7   2,058 3,150 -34.7  
Saab Total 214 316 -32.3 -34.7   2,058 3,150 -34.7  
Outlook 1,460 1,362 7.2 3.4   12,040 22,765 -47.1  
Relay 0 2  ***.*  ***.*   12 159 -92.5  
VUE 759 2,977 -74.5 -75.4   26,072 71,721 -63.6  
Saturn Total 2,219 4,341 -48.9 -50.7   38,124 94,645 -59.7  
Non-Core Brand Total 2,912 6,974 -58.2 -59.7   57,949 139,523 -58.5  
GM Truck Total 113,668 97,119 17.0 12.9   987,737 1,492,639 -33.8