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    November 2019 Sales Figure Ticker

      ...Who gobbled up the sales in November, and who was left with just potatoes...

    Quarterly:

    Ford Motor Company - Not Reported
    General Motors Co. - Not Reported
    Tesla Not Reported
    FCA US LLC - Not Reported

    Monthly:
    Audi of America -  Up 20.7% for the month, Down 1.1% for the year
    BMW of North America -  Up 7.6% for the month, Up 1.7% for the year
    Genesis Motor America Up 419.7% for the month, Up 96.0% for the year
    Honda Motor Co.  Up 11.1% for the month, Up 1.5% for the year
    Hyundai Motor America -  Up 6.2% for the month, Up 3.6% for the year
    Infiniti USA - 
    Down 34.0% for the month, Down 13.8% for the year
    Jaguar Land Rover North America - 
    Kia Motors America - Up 12.0% for the month, Up 4.0% for the year
    Mazda North American Operations - Up 18.0%  for the month, Down 8.2% for the year
    Mercedes-Benz USA - Up 13.3% for the month, Up 1.4% for the year
    Mitsubishi Motors North America -  Up 6.5% for the month, Up 1.9% for the year
    Nissan Group - Down 15.9% for the month, Down 7.8% for the year
    Porsche Cars North America Inc. -  Up 11.5% for the month, Up 7.0% for the year
    Subaru of America, Inc. - Up 0.2% for the month, Up 3.6% for the year
    Toyota Motor North America - Up 9.2% for the month, Down 1.4% for the year
    Volkswagen of America Up 9.1% for the month, Up 4.2% for the year
    Volvo Cars of North America, LLC - Up 18% for the month, Up 7.2% for the year


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    Alfa Romeo - Not Reported
    Buick - Not Reported
    Cadillac -  Not Reported
    Chevrolet - Not Reported
    Chrysler - Not Reported
    Dodge - Not Reported
    Ford - Not Reported
    Fiat - Not Reported
    GMC - Not Reported
    Jeep - Not Reported
    Lincoln - Not Reported
    Ram Trucks - Not Reported
    Tesla - Not Reported

    Brands (Monthly):
    Acura - Down 0.9% 
    Audi - Up 20.7%
    BMW - Up 7.6%
    Genesis - Up 419.7%
    HondaUp 7.9%
    Hyundai - Up 8.4%
    Infiniti - Down 34.0%
    Jaguar - 
    Kia - Up 10.9%
    Land Rover -
    Lexus - Up 13.8%
    Mazda - Up 18.0%
    Mercedes-Benz - Up 8.7%
    Mercedes-Benz Vans - Up 90.7%
    MINI - Down 6.4%
    Mitsubishi - Down 7.9%
    Nissan - Down 13.3% 
    Porsche - Up 11.5% 
    Smart - No Longer Reported 
    Subaru - Up 0.3% 
    Toyota - Up 8.4% 
    Volkswagen - Up 9.1%
    Volvo - Up 18%



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    Be interesting to see MB reported numbers compared to BMW. If they are down again, as they have been doing pretty much all year, I would say they are in a slump and needs some major mojo change to get going again.

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    Genesis benefitting from those Monday Night Football halftime shows.  Although they still only sold 2,000 cars.

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    41 minutes ago, dfelt said:

    Be interesting to see MB reported numbers compared to BMW. If they are down again, as they have been doing pretty much all year, I would say they are in a slump and needs some major mojo change to get going again.

    Mercedes outsold BMW in November, and is now positive for the year.

    E-class outsold 5-series

    S-class outsold 7-series

    AMG GT outsold 8-series

    GLC outsold X3

    GLE outsold X5

    GLS outsold X7  

    G-wagen sales up 70% 

    Mercedes-AMG models up 18.9%

     

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    Nissan/Infiniti obviously still in a death spiral. Can't see how NIMOCO can sustain the consistently deep red sales numbers for much longer. If they can't get in the green this time of the year with all the model year end close outs then they might as well close up shop.

    SMART "car" we're all going to miss you...NOT!! :violin:

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    I bet Renault/Nissan is wishing they had that FCA merger right about now.  Because not only are their sales in a spiral, they rely a lot on rental fleets for Nissan/Infiniti sales also, so they aren't even profitable sales.   Infiniti has nothing in their line up, that brand is more dead in the water than Lincoln was a couple years ago.  Really they are a lot like FCA in terms of product offering but don't have the storied brand names like Jeep or Alfa Romeo in the stable or have the marketing ability that Dodge has to keep older than dirt product alive with trim packages, styling tweaks and Hellcat engines, etc.  

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    2 hours ago, smk4565 said:

    Mercedes outsold BMW in November, and is now positive for the year.

    E-class outsold 5-series

    S-class outsold 7-series

    AMG GT outsold 8-series

    GLC outsold X3

    GLE outsold X5

    GLS outsold X7  

    G-wagen sales up 70% 

    Mercedes-AMG models up 18.9%

     

    Really you have solid hard facts to back this up before the company actually releases their sales numbers?

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    MERCEDES-BENZ USA 
    Sales -- November 2019

                 
    Mercedes-Benz Passenger Vehicles Nov-19 Nov-18 Monthly % YTD 2019 YTD 2018 Yearly %
                 
    A-CLASS

    1,544

    _ _

    16,475

    _ _
                 
    B-CLASS*

    0

    0

    0.0%

    9

    134

    -93.3%

                 
    CLA

    1,641

    1,832

    -10.4%

    11,056

    20,848

    -47.0%

                 
    C-CLASS

    4,469

    5,777

    -22.6%

    45,740

    53,610

    -14.7%

                 
    E-CLASS/CLS

    3,689

    5,181

    -28.8%

    36,770

    41,380

    -11.1%

                 
    S-CLASS

    1,452

    1,672

    -13.2%

    11,441

    13,492

    -15.2%

                 
    SLC

    62

    149

    -58.4%

    1,693

    1,841

    -8.0%

                 
    SL

    100

    181

    -44.8%

    1,550

    1,968

    -21.2%

                 
    AMG GT

    534

    103

    418.4%

    3,763

    1,389

    170.9%

                 
    GLA

    2,461

    2,411

    2.1%

    20,041

    21,739

    -7.8%

                 
    GLC

    7,515

    6,199

    21.2%

    67,214

    62,433

    7.7%

                 
    GLE

    6,052

    3,988

    51.8%

    44,193

    42,276

    4.5%

                 
    GLS

    2,893

    2,761

    4.8%

    19,323

    19,308

    0.1%

                 
    G-CLASS 

    1,309

    768

    70.4%

    6,532

    3,525

    85.3%

                 
    TOTAL

    33,721

    31,022

    8.7%

    285,800

    283,943

    0.7%

                 
    Vans1

    3,542

    1,857

    90.7%

    36,650

    34,062

    7.6%

                 
    MBUSA
    Combined Total
    Nov-19 Nov-18 Monthly % YTD 2019 YTD 2018 Yearly %
                 
    GRAND TOTAL

    37,263

    32,879

    13.3%

    322,450

    318,005

    1.4%

    *Model has been discontinued in the U.S. market.
    1Mercedes-Benz, Freightliner Sprinter and Metris Vans are sold and marketed in the U.S. by Mercedes-Benz USA and Daimler Vans USA, respectively.
                 
    1 hour ago, dfelt said:

    Really you have solid hard facts to back this up before the company actually releases their sales numbers?

    They did release them. 

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    All sedans are pretty much tanking hard, it is sad to see.  I do wonder about the future collector car market, I can’t imagine any millennials will want a 60s muscle car, or any old car.  What’s collectible now may be worthless in 30 years.  And what are the future collectibles?  Mostly everything sold is an SUV, even Lamborghini and Porsche sell mostly SUVs that will just get used up and disposed of.

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    1 hour ago, smk4565 said:

    All sedans are pretty much tanking hard, it is sad to see.  I do wonder about the future collector car market, I can’t imagine any millennials will want a 60s muscle car, or any old car.  What’s collectible now may be worthless in 30 years.  And what are the future collectibles?  Mostly everything sold is an SUV, even Lamborghini and Porsche sell mostly SUVs that will just get used up and disposed of.

    Hopefully my Trailblazer SS will become collectible.

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      2019

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      2018

      % Cha nge

      Year-to-Date

      2019               2018

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      581,386

      -2.2

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      28,610

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      26,241

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      8,687

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      28,573

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      540

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      2,324

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      8,323

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      4,754

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      17,839

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      20,952

      30.9

      87,893

      74,977

      17.2

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      28,307

      17.8

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