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    March 2019 Sales Figures

      ...find out who was lucky in the green last month.

    Quarterly:
    Ford Motor Company - Down 1.6% for the quarter, Down 1.6% for the year
    General Motors Co. - Down 7% for the quarter, Down 7% for the year
    Tesla - Up 110% for the quarter, Up 110% for the year

    Monthly:
    Audi of America -  Up 1.1% for the month, Up 9.4% for the year
    BMW of North America - 
    Up 0.4% for the month,  Down 1.9% for the year
    FCA US LLC -  Down 7% for the month, Down 3% for the year
    Genesis Motor America - 
    Honda Motor Co. - 
    Up 4.3% for the month,  Up 2.0% for the year
    Hyundai Motor America -  Up 1.7% for the month, Up 2.1% for the year
    Jaguar Land Rover North America - 
    Down 7% for the month 
    Kia Motors America - Up 10.2% for the month, Up 7.6% for the year
    Mazda North American Operations - Down 19.1%  for the month, Down 15.7% for the year
    Mercedes-Benz USA - Down 2.7% for the month, Down 9.3% for the year
    Mitsubishi Motors North America -  
    Up 36.9% for the month, Up 17.6% for the year
    Nissan Group - Down 7.2% for the month, Down 12.1% for the year
    Porsche Cars North America Inc. -  Up 0.5% for the month, Up 7.7% for the year
    Subaru of America, Inc. - 
    Up 6.0% for the Month, Up 4.7% for the year
    Toyota Motor North America - Down 3.5% for the month, Down 5% for the year
    Volkswagen of America - 
    Up 14% for the month, Up 2.3% for the year
    Volvo Cars of North America, LLC -  Up 16.2%  for the month, Up 9.8% for the year

    Brands (Quarterly):
    Buick -  Down 8.7% - 51,876 QTD / YTD
    Cadillac -  Down 2.0% - 35,995 QTD / YTD
    Chevrolet - Down 7.8% - 452,401 QTD / YTD
    GMC - Down 4.4% - 125,577 QTD / YTD
    Ford - Down 2.1% - 565,274 QTD / YTD
    Lincoln - Up 11.2% - 24,974 QTD / YTD
    Tesla - Up 110% - 30,600 QTD / YTD

    Brands (Monthly):
    Acura - Up 10.4% - 14,408 MTD / 36,385 YTD
    Alfa Romeo - Down 31% - 1,774 MTD / 4,286 YTD
    Audi - Up 1.1% - 20,302 MTD / 14,859 YTD
    BMW - Up 2.9% - 32,228 MTD / 73,888 YTD
    Chrysler - Down 38% - 12,169 MTD / 31,591 YTD
    Dodge - Down 6% - 46,367 MTD / 110,517 YTD
    Fiat - Down 45% - 847 MTD / 2,214 YTD
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    Honda - Up 7.9% - 134,101 MTD / 333,402 YTD
    Hyundai - Up 1.7% - 61,177 MTD / 147,585 YTD
    Infiniti - Down 23.1% - 13,406 MTD / 34,315 YTD
    Jaguar - Up 13% - 3,679 MTD
    Jeep - Down 11% - 87,328 MTD / 212,804 YTD
    Kia - Up 10.2% - 55,814 MTD / 136,596 YTD
    Land Rover - Down 13% - 9,492 MTD
    Lexus - Up 8.2% - 29,249 MTD  / 66,791 YTD
    Mazda - Down 19.1% - 26,934 MTD / 70,833 YTD
    Mercedes-Benz - Down 4.9% - 27,004 MTD / 71,171 YTD 
    Mercedes-Benz Vans - Up 19.1% - 3,533 MTD / 7,476 YTD
    MINI - Down 16.8% - 3,769 MTD / 8,905 YTD
    Mitsubishi - Up 17.6% - 19,599 MTD / 42,067 YTD
    Nissan - Down 5.3% - 137,365 MTD / 331,536 YTD
    Porsche - Up 0.48% - 4,779 MTD / 15,024 YTD
    Ram Trucks - Up 15% - 51,822 MTD / 137,013 YTD
    Smart - Down 18.2% - 90 MTD / 231 YTD
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    Toyota - Down 5.1% - 185,696 MTD / 476,923 YTD
    Volkswagen - Up 14% - 37,092 MTD / 85,872 YTD
    Volvo - Up 16.2% - 9,569 MTD / 22,058  YTD

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    56 minutes ago, ccap41 said:

    It's surprising to see Alfa down with their hot CUV out now. 

    Apparently not that hot.  Their exteriors are nice to look at, but their interiors leave me flat. 

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    4 minutes ago, Drew Dowdell said:

    Apparently not that hot.  Their exteriors are nice to look at, but their interiors leave me flat. 

    I've never been in one but I've seen a few and they're quite the looker. It would be tough to take the dive in on Alfa's reliability though. I'm not sure where they are at now but FCA doesn't seem to be too high on reliability lists outside of Ram, Wrangler, GC, and the LX siblings. 

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    2 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    The problem with Alfa Romeo is it doesn’t have a 10 year bumper to bumper warranty.

    I could see having an Alfa as a lease for 3 years, wouldn't want one as it ages..

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    12 minutes ago, Robert Hall said:

    I could see having an Alfa as a lease for 3 years, wouldn't want one as it ages..

    Their lease deals must not be as good as the Germans.  I have to imagine buyers fear reliability and steer clear of Alfa’s.

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    2 hours ago, smk4565 said:

    Their lease deals must not be as good as the Germans.  I have to imagine buyers fear reliability and steer clear of Alfa’s.

    I just priced one on the website and it came out about $75 a month cheaper than the GLC optioned to the same price.  That's before any discounts on either. 

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    1 hour ago, Drew Dowdell said:

    I just priced one on the website and it came out about $75 a month cheaper than the GLC optioned to the same price.  That's before any discounts on either. 

    So $75 a month cheaper isn’t enough to move the needle.    The GLC outsells the Stelvio nearly 10-1. 

    I don’t think the Alfa name has enough cache either and they don’t advertise a lot either.

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    6 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    So $75 a month cheaper isn’t enough to move the needle.    The GLC outsells the Stelvio nearly 10-1. 

    I don’t think the Alfa name has enough cache either and they don’t advertise a lot either.

    I agree with you that they don't advertise enough. They also don't have enough dealers.

    But $550 v. $625 a month is certainly enough to move the needle. 

    I just think people don't know about the Stelvio. 

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    40 minutes ago, smk4565 said:

    So $75 a month cheaper isn’t enough to move the needle.    The GLC outsells the Stelvio nearly 10-1. 

    I don’t think the Alfa name has enough cache either and they don’t advertise a lot either.

    Saw a Stelvio new at the 24hr fitness last night when I went to work out, the sun roof was partially open. I told the person they were calling for rain and he looked at me pissed and said there was nothing he could do as it was no longer functional, being taken in today and so far he had buyers remorse due to the poor quality of the CUV.

    I have to think that anyone that is willing to pay the money these auto's command will look at the reviews and think twice about buying their quality-less auto's.

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    Being Italian one would expect the Stelvio to be of low quality and poor reliability, but high style.  At least they aren't known for catching fire spontaneously like Ferraris and Lamborghinis. 

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    1 minute ago, Robert Hall said:

    Being Italian one would expect the Stelvio to be of low quality and poor reliability, but high style.  At least they aren't known for catching fire spontaneously like Ferraris and Lamborghinis. 

    Yet Italians are well know for stylish quality built boats, why can they not seem to figure this out for the Auto's they build. Just crazy. :P

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    28 minutes ago, dfelt said:

    Yet Italians are well know for stylish quality built boats, why can they not seem to figure this out for the Auto's they build. Just crazy. :P

    FIAT owns most if not all Italian automakers.  That is the problem.

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    1 hour ago, dfelt said:

    Saw a Stelvio new at the 24hr fitness last night when I went to work out, the sun roof was partially open. I told the person they were calling for rain and he looked at me pissed and said there was nothing he could do as it was no longer functional, being taken in today and so far he had buyers remorse due to the poor quality of the CUV.

    I have to think that anyone that is willing to pay the money these auto's command will look at the reviews and think twice about buying their quality-less auto's.

    Exactly.  $75 a month savings  isn’t enough to get rained on.  They need to lease them for about $400 a month.

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    9 hours ago, smk4565 said:

    Their lease deals must not be as good as the Germans.  I have to imagine buyers fear reliability and steer clear of Alfa’s.

    Ding! Winner. 

    Alfa hasn’t figured out how to lease these out yet.  The sales dude who went with me on my Stelvio test drive last week said they conquest some bmws but bmw sets up their lease to hook the first timer and then when you try to return it they knock you with fees so bad for ‘damage’ and other stuff.  They ‘lessen the damages ‘ if you re-lease   And the douche cycle begins and you can’t get out  that’s how bmw does it  

    And yes, a huge warranty would help them sell cars too. 

    9 hours ago, smk4565 said:

    Their lease deals must not be as good as the Germans.  I have to imagine buyers fear reliability and steer clear of Alfa’s.

    Yup. 

    If anyone wants to see my test drive of the Stelvio write up I got that in the forum a couple days ago.  Stelvio is nice enough that it should sell. It just needs leasing and incentive programs. 

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    3 hours ago, smk4565 said:

    Exactly.  $75 a month savings  isn’t enough to get rained on.  They need to lease them for about $400 a month.

    Haha, I agree 400 is the magic number I think for Alfa. And that’s what I told sales guy my cap would be for an Alfa.  🤘

    they had one with around a 500 lease. 

    I think if they can lease lease them as cheap as the genesis g70 will eventually end up. Genesis will need to lease those for 400-450. 

    I’ll just wait till some Chevy dealer gets super desperate and find another Malibu to lease for an absurdly low pynt...like 250

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    9 minutes ago, regfootball said:

    Ding! Winner. 

    Alfa hasn’t figured out how to lease these out yet.  The sales dude who went with me on my Stelvio test drive last week said they conquest some bmws but bmw sets up their lease to hook the first timer and then when you try to return it they knock you with fees so bad for ‘damage’ and other stuff.  They ‘lessen the damages ‘ if you re-lease   And the douche cycle begins and you can’t get out  that’s how bmw does it  

    And yes, a huge warranty would help them sell cars too. 

    The Alfa interiors aren't as good as any German car, not even close. So there is one problem, they have performance but the Germans have that too.  And the reliability worries I feel like are a huge obstacle.   You almost know going in it will break so why buy it?  

    Alfa almost has to give these cars away for 5 years and prove they are reliable before masses will pay money for them.  

    3 minutes ago, regfootball said:

    Haha, I agree 400 is the magic number I think for Alfa. And that’s what I told sales guy my cap would be for an Alfa.  🤘

    they had one with around a 500 lease. 

    I think if they can lease lease them as cheap as the genesis g70 will eventually end up. Genesis will need to lease those for 400-450. 

    They should be selling Alfa's at $400 a month for 72 months. I get that is $28k, but that is about what people are willing to risk on one of these.  For a hot second Alfa was bragging how the Guilia was the fastest 4-door around the Nurburgring and the Stelvio was the fastest SUV, then Mercedes took both those away about a month later.   So you are getting 2nd place performance with sub par interior and bottom of the barrel reliability.  Not a recipe for success.

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    2 minutes ago, regfootball said:

    What will Peugeot have to give their cars away for the first five to ten years?

    Depends on who they compete with.  If they go into a mass market at a good price, I think people will give them a chance.  Alfa is trying to go against BMW, Audi and Mercedes, those are heavyweights.  I don't think Peugeot has built in negative perception either.

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    4 minutes ago, regfootball said:

    What will Peugeot have to give their cars away for the first five to ten years?

    Considering the mess they left when they were here last, that is more like giving it away for 20 plus years to build up enough history of reliable auto's for people to pay a premium. Will not trust a Peugeot. 

    1 minute ago, smk4565 said:

    Depends on who they compete with.  If they go into a mass market at a good price, I think people will give them a chance.  Alfa is trying to go against BMW, Audi and Mercedes, those are heavyweights.  I don't think Peugeot has built in negative perception either.

    I your 40 plus years old, you know the crap they had and how they left people holding the bag of the garbage they tried to sell and then dumped and fled. I do not trust them period. They are just barely 1 step above Alfa that should have stayed in the history books for the garbage it is.

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    29 minutes ago, riviera74 said:

    How did GM get its butt kicked on the sales front?

    Buick and GMC SUVs are a bit dated, there seem to be 5 new crossovers every month hit the market, just in the past year or so you had Atlas, Acent, Palisade, Telluride enter the Traverse segment.  Kona, Passport, etc.  They just keep coming.   Cadillac is struggling, BMW X7 is probably going to outsell the Escalade and Navigator this year, Cadillac and Chevy sedans are dated and sedans industry wide are struggling.  The butt kicking will get worse when you remove Impala, LaCrosse, XTS, Cruze, Volt off the list next year.  I don't think they'll make up that volume it will just go elsewhere, but I don't think GM is playing a market share game either.

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      Year-to-Date

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      17,124

      14,223

      20.4

      72,489

      75,842

      -4.4

      Ford Cars

      57,475

      100,136

      -42.6

      324,780

      457,414

      -29.0

      EcoSport

      14,051

      16,038

      -12.4

      64,708

      54,348

      19.1

      Escape

      47,587

      62,178

      -23.5

      241,388

      272,228

      -11.3

      Edge

      37,621

      35,184

      6.9

      138,515

      134,122

      3.3

      Flex

      6,147

      4,150

      48.1

      24,484

      20,308

      20.6

      Explorer

      48,083

      56,316

      -14.6

      168,309

      227,732

      -26.1

      Police Interceptor Utility

      3,201

      8,385

      -61.8

      18,752

      33,839

      -44.6

      Expedition

      24,267

      14,140

      71.6

      86,422

      54,661

      58.1

      Ford SUVs

      180,957

      196,391

      -7.9

      742,578

      797,238

      -6.9

      F-Series

      233,952

      230,312

      1.6

      896,526

      909,330

      -1.4

      Ranger

      33,059

      0

      N/A

      89,571

      0

      N/A

      E-Series

      12,837

      11,387

      12.7

      45,063

      47,936

      -6.0

      Transit

      36,885

      31,331

      17.7

      153,868

      137,794

      11.7

      Transit Connect

      10,208

      8,705

      17.3

      41,598

      31,923

      30.3

      Heavy trucks

      3,134

      3,124

      0.3

      16,510

      12,096

      36.5

      Ford Trucks

      330,075

      284,859

      15.9

      1,243,136

      1,139,079

      9.1

      Ford Brand

      568,507

      581,386

      -2.2

      2,310,494

      2,393,731

      -3.5

      LINCOLN BRAND

      MKZ

       

       

      4,080

       

       

      4,931

       

       

      -17.3

       

       

      17,725

       

       

      19,852

       

       

      -10.7

      Continental

      1,845

      2,424

      -23.9

      6,586

      8,758

      -24.8

      Lincoln Cars

      5,925

      7,355

      -19.4

      24,311

      28,610

      -15.0

      Corsair/MKC

      7,549

      6,971

      8.3

      25,815

      26,241

      -1.6

      Nautilus/MKX

      7,727

      8,687

      -11.1

      31,711

      28,573

      11.0

      MKT

      275

      540

      -49.1

      3,388

      2,324

      45.8

      Aviator

      6,424

      0

      N/A

      8,323

      0

      N/A

      Navigator

      5,455

      4,754

      14.7

      18,656

      17,839

      4.6

      Lincoln SUVs

      27,430

      20,952

      30.9

      87,893

      74,977

      17.2

      Lincoln Brand

      33,355

      28,307

      17.8

      112,204

      103,587

      8.3

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