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    Sales Figure Ticker - December 2015

      It's the end of the year for car sales. Who rose to the top and who fell flat on their face?

    Jaguar Land Rover North America - Up 29.6% (9,638 Vehicles Sold This Month, 85,048 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Volvo Cars of North America, LLC - Up 24.5% (9,341 Vehicles Sold This Month, 70,047 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Mitsubishi Motors North America - Up 20.5% (7,887 Vehicles Sold This Month, 95,342 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Porsche Cars North America, Inc. - Up 20.2% (3,936 Vehicles Sold This Month, 51,756 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Kia Motors America - Up 19% (54,241 Vehicles Sold This Month, 625,818 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Nissan Group U.S. - Up 18.7% (139,300 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,484,918 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Mazda North American Operations - Up 18.1% (29,294 Vehicles Sold This Month, 319,184 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    FCA US LLC - Up 13% (217,527 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,243,907 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Subaru of America, Inc. - Up 12.7% (56,274 Vehicles Sold This Month, 582,675 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Toyota Motor Sales USA - Up 10.8% (238,350 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,499,313 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    American Honda Motor Co. - Up 9.9% (150,893 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,586,551 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Ford Motor Company - Up 8.4% (239,242 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,613,162 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Audi of America - Up 6% (20,399 Vehicles Sold This Month, 202,202 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    General Motors Co. - Up 5.7% (290,230 Vehicles Sold This Month, 3,082,366 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Mercedes-Benz USA - Up 1.7% (38,918 Vehicles Sold This Month, 380,461 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Hyundai Motor America - Down 1.5% (63,508 Vehicles Sold This Month, 761,710 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Volkswagen of America - Down 9.11% (30,956 Vehicles Sold This Month, 349,440 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    BMW Group U.S. - Down 17.7% (39,634 Vehicles Sold This Month, 404,537 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Maserati North America, Inc. - Down 24% (1,073 Vehicles Sold This Month, 11,697 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)

     

    Brands:
    Acura - Down 5.5% (16,823 Vehicles Sold This Month, 177,165 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Alfa Romeo - N/A (57 Vehicles Sold This Month, 663 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Audi - Up 6% (20,399 Vehicles Sold This Month, 202,202 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    BMW - Down 16.6% (34,625 Vehicles Sold This Month, 346,023 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Buick - Up 1.7% (20,708 Vehicles Sold This Month, 223,055 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Cadillac - Up 28.7% (20,787 Vehicles Sold This Month, 175,267 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Chevrolet - Up 2.1% (188,794 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,125,347 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Chrysler - Down 21% (24,292 Vehicles Sold This Month, 324,846 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Dodge - Up 6% (49,256 Vehicles Sold This Month, 517,153 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Fiat - Up 1% (3,805 Vehicles Sold This Month, 42,410 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Ford - Up 8.2% (228,382 Vehicles Sold This Month, 101,227 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    GMC - Up 13% (59,941 Vehicles Sold This Month, 558,697 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Honda - Up 12.2% (134,070 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,409,386 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Hyundai - Down 1.5% (30,956 Vehicles Sold This Month, 349,440 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Infiniti - Up 0.6% (15,093 Vehicles Sold This Month, 133,498 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Jaguar - Down 28.9% (1,197 Vehicles Sold This Month, 14,466 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Jeep - Up 42% (89,654 Vehicles Sold This Month, 865,028 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Kia - Up 19% (54,241 Vehicles Sold This Month, 625,818 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Land Rover - Up 46.7% (8,441 Vehicles Sold This Month, 70,582 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Lexus - Up 3.8% (41,380 Vehicles Sold This Month, 344,601 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Lincoln - Up 12.1% (10,860 Vehicles Sold This Month, 101,227 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Maserati - Down 24% (1,073 Vehicles Sold This Month, 11,697 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Mazda - Up 18.1% (29,294 Vehicles Sold This Month, 319,184 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Mercedes-Benz - Up 25.7% (34,203 Vehicles Sold This Month, 343,088 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    MINI - Down 24.3% (5,009 Vehicles Sold This Month, 58,514 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Mitsubishi - Up 20.5% (7,887 Vehicles Sold This Month, 95,342 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Nissan - Up 17.9% (124,207 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,351,420 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Porsche - Up 20.5% (7,887 Vehicles Sold This Month, 95,342 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Ram Trucks - Up 4% (50,463 Vehicles Sold This Month, 493,807 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    smart - Down 31.2% (669 Vehicles Sold This Month, 7,484 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Sprinter - Up 23.1% (4,046 Vehicles Sold This Month, 29,889 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Subaru - Up 12.7% (56,274 Vehicles Sold This Month, 582,675 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Toyota - Up 12.4% (196,970 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,154,712 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Volkswagen - Down 9.11% (30,956 Vehicles Sold This Month, 349,440 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
    Volvo - Up 24.5% (9,341 Vehicles Sold This Month, 70,047 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)

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    I think you're yearly total for Lincoln is off.. I didn't look it up but at ~11k last month it's highly unlikely that they mustered ~2,500,935 the previous 11 months. 


     

    Ouch, Chrysler...

     

    In a market that is booming with low fuel costs...to be down at all, let alone 21%, is rough news for them. 

     

    It's all the 200.  They probably pulled back incentives. 

     

    They must have pulled them back hard or people don't find it worth paying full price for it.. either/or/and.. I think it's a good looking car. I haven't really looked into them much and I've only heard negative things about the trans in the I4. 

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    I think you're yearly total for Lincoln is off.. I didn't look it up but at ~11k last month it's highly unlikely that they mustered ~2,500,935 the previous 11 months. 

     

    They could have... in la-la land.

     

    It has been corrected.

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    I think you're yearly total for Lincoln is off.. I didn't look it up but at ~11k last month it's highly unlikely that they mustered ~2,500,935 the previous 11 months. 

     

    Ouch, Chrysler...

     

    In a market that is booming with low fuel costs...to be down at all, let alone 21%, is rough news for them. 

     

    It's all the 200.  They probably pulled back incentives. 

     

    They must have pulled them back hard or people don't find it worth paying full price for it.. either/or/and.. I think it's a good looking car. I haven't really looked into them much and I've only heard negative things about the trans in the I4. 

     

    You can't look at one month of numbers when there are huge swings like that.  It almost always signals something else going on beside huge shifts in the market (VW excepted at the moment).  If you look at the December 2014 Fiat-Chrysler Sales, you'll see that the 200 was up 187% over the previous year.  2014 was the first year of the new model so old/big fluctuations are to be expected. 

     

    What is more important is that the 200 is up 52% for the whole year, and Chrysler brand as a whole is up 5% in spite of T&C being down big as it nears its end. 

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    Camaro is selling old and new, and is still down.  How so?

     

    Low inventory. 

     

     

    On new you mean, right?

    But still, a fire sale on outgoing model combined with some new, with such a significant drop, should be troubling.

     

     

    On both.  There are 8,304 new 2015 Camaros listed in inventory right now for over 3,000 Chevrolet dealerships. That means an average of 2.7 2015 Camaros per dealership.  Some will have more, some will have none.

     

    There are a bit over 3,000 2016 Camaros for the same total number of dealerships, so 1 per dealer.  It gets pretty hard, even with strong incentives, to sell an old model when the fantastic new model is sitting in the showroom.   A Camaro (or Mustang, or Challenger) is largely an emotional purchase.  You don't buy these cars because you need a car today... so if someone really wants one, they'll probably also be willing to wait for the perfect 2016 to come along or order straight from the factory. 

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    The 2016 Camaro hasn't reached its full sales potential yet. 

     

    I always am amused at how people can be 'worried' for an automaker or even truly 'happy' for one either. I get it, you may be salient to them - either their decisions, product, internal/external stakeholders...but seriously, to assume the fears or joy of an automaker or any separate, legal, commercial, corporate entity as one's own is just deeply confounding.

     

    There's going to be huge sales surge pretty soon for it.

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    I personally am not worried or happy suave, if you are eluding to me.

    But both camaro's are being sold simultaneously, and although I would not expect big gains yet due of course to the slow fill of new, I would also not expect sales to drop so much year over year. Especially considering the large incentives available on the old camaro.  Sure, some will want the new, but I have to believe many would be happy with the discounted current model, especially considering the increase in price of new.  IOW, the difference in price is substantial between them, which should easily motivate old out of the lots.

    I am not sure I would expect a surge in sales.  Not with the price increases.  At least not any time soon.  But I could be completely wrong.

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    The marketplace is pretty good at reminding us is that overall there are no precedents, and you can't predict it.

     

    This slow sales period might also be affected by the Polar-Vortex of 2016. 

     

    I certainly am not going to buy a RWD coupe if the temperatures drop over 20 degrees Celsius in a matter of hours in the evening, like it did this past weekend.

     

    We had some epic now storms and floods recently, again, a lot of factor that aren't directly attributable, but they certainly played a part.

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    You may not buy a RWD coupe, but you might buy one of the 1.2 million trucks GM sold this year.

    Holy crap. And not an aluminum fender or turbo V6 to be found in the lot of them.

    Both Silverado and Sierra outpaced F-series sales increases, and the Canyonados conjured sales seemingly out of thin air.

    Astonishing.

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    The marketplace is pretty good at reminding us is that overall there are no precedents, and you can't predict it.

     

    This slow sales period might also be affected by the Polar-Vortex of 2016. 

     

    I certainly am not going to buy a RWD coupe if the temperatures drop over 20 degrees Celsius in a matter of hours in the evening, like it did this past weekend.

     

    We had some epic now storms and floods recently, again, a lot of factor that aren't directly attributable, but they certainly played a part.

     

    No precedents or predictions?

    Well, I don't know about that either.  One can make fairly astute and logical predictions, and there are many precedents to be studied.

    And I did not know there was a Polar Vortex this year already.  Weather in Michigan has been unseasonably mild.  

     

    But maybe that explains the surge in Escape, Edge and Explorer sales.  

    Even F series continued it's 34 year consistent record, with 50 years of consistent sales leadership in Canada. And that is impressive, considering they gave up so much market share for most of the year due to all their production issues.  2016 should get some or much of it back with momentum building so steady and the new SD launching as well.  I expect a much smoother launch this time.  

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    Man, those trucks tho. If I had spent all that money in aluminum only to get clocked by a pair of steelies I'd be pretty embarrassed.

    Outsold by 40,000 vehicles. Then to have NO ANSWER for the competition's midsize stuff?

    Someone over at Ford really crapped the bed if you ask me :D :D :D

    Just frickin' horrible :P

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    Anyway.......I actually floated a crazy idea by the wife recently, that I would not mind being an uber driver.  I pretty much retired from my side business several years ago, and hobbies don't keep me busy enough.  And I love to drive.  I say this here because I wonder how many sales come from that growing business.  There are requirements to be a driver, and I am guessing that it is forcing some people to trade their used vehicle for something new.  I would only do the Black options, where I need a luxury sedan.  Profit is greater, and your clientele is much more desirable. It would be evenings and weekends.  I am gonna do the math, but if anyone has thought of it, I would love to hear about it.  

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    Uber Black requires commercial insurance and possibly a taxi medallion depending on location. Get a 3 row crossover from a luxury brand and you can drive UberX, UberXL, and Uber Select... All without the commercial insurance requirements. XL and Select charge higher rates.

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    Uber Black requires commercial insurance and possibly a taxi medallion depending on location. Get a 3 row crossover from a luxury brand and you can drive UberX, UberXL, and Uber Select... All without the commercial insurance requirements. XL and Select charge higher rates.

     

     

    I don't know, I imagine my 3 row SUV filled with kids, party goers, etc.

     

    But I imagine more prestige and suits in a luxury sedan and better tipping.  

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      Volvo Cars of North America, LLC - Down 8.8% (8,826 Vehicles Sold This Month, 98,263 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Audi of America - Down 16% (22,675 Vehicles Sold This Month, 223,323 Vehicles Sold This Year)

      Brands (Quarterly):
      Buick - Down 13.7% (51,257 Vehicles Sold This Quarter, 206,863 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Cadillac - Down 2.7% (41,462 Vehicles Sold This Quarter, 154,702 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Chevrolet - Down 3.2% (531,985 Vehicles Sold This Quarter, 2,036,023 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      GMC - Up 3.5% (160,525 Vehicles Sold This Quarter, 556,449 Vehicles Sold This Year)

      Brands (Monthly):
      Acura - Up 11.4% (16,774 Vehicles Sold This Month, 158,934 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Alfa Romeo - Down 2.7% (1,946 Vehicles Sold This Month, 23,820 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Audi - Down 16% (22,675 Vehicles Sold This Month, 223,323 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      BMW - Up 0.3% (34,357 Vehicles Sold This Month, 311,014 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Chrysler - Down 28% (12,425 Vehicles Sold This Month, 165,964 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Dodge - Up 17% (32,528 Vehicles Sold This Month, 459,324 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Fiat - Down 44% (977 Vehicles Sold This Month, 15,521 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Ford - Down 9.6% (209,248 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,393,731 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Genesis - Down 68.5% (614 Vehicles Sold This Month, 9,940 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Honda - Up 3% (138,341 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,445,894 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Hyundai - Up 5.6% (65,107 Vehicles Sold This Month, 679,127 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Infiniti - Up 10.3% (18,065 Vehicles Sold This Month, 149,280 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Jaguar - Up 1.4% (3,462 Vehicles Sold This Month, 30,483 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Jeep - Up 10% (80,449 Vehicles Sold This Month, 973,227 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Kia - Up 10.2% (47,428 Vehicles Sold This Month, 589,673 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Land Rover - Up 33% (10,617 Vehicles Sold This Month, 92,143 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Lexus - Up 0.2% (35,524 Vehicles Sold This Month, 298,310 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Lincoln - Up 8.5% (11,526 Vehicles Sold This Month, 103,587 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Mazda - Down 3.8% (25,870 Vehicles Sold This Month, 300,325 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Mercedes-Benz - Down 9.1% (32,016 Vehicles Sold This Month, 315,959 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Mercedes-Benz Vans - Up 1.7% (4,116 Vehicles Sold This Month, 38,178 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      MINI - Down 39.3% (2,797 Vehicles Sold This Month, 43,684 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Mitsubishi - Up 5.7% (8,986 Vehicles Sold This Month, 118,074 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Nissan - Up 7.2% (130,655 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,344,597 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Porsche - Up 4.4% (4,086 Vehicles Sold This Month, 57,202 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Ram Trucks - Up 10% (80,449 Vehicles Sold This Month, 597,368 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Smart - Down 26.5% (122 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,276 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Subaru - Up 1.9% (64,541 Vehicles Sold This Month, 680,135 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Toyota - Down 1.1% (185,386 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,128,362 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Volkswagen - Up 5.8% (32,047 Vehicles Sold This Month, 354,064 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Volvo - Down 8.8% (8,826 Vehicles Sold This Month, 98,263 Vehicles Sold This Year)

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