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Jaguar Land Rover North America - Up 28.8% (10,866 Vehicles Sold This Month, 25,802 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Volvo Cars of North America, LLC - Up 15.9% (6,857 Vehicles Sold This Month, 16,361 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Mitsubishi Motors North America - Up 13.5% (11,078 Vehicles Sold This Month, 25,212 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Nissan North America - Up 12.7% (163,559 Vehicles Sold This Month, 400,204 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Audi of America - Up 9.5% (4,251 Vehicles Sold This Month, 11,331 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
American Honda Motor Co. - Up 9.4% (138,221 Vehicles Sold This Month, 357,703 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
FCA US LLC - Up 8% (213,187 Vehicles Sold This Month, 551,103 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Ford Motor Company - Up 8% (254,711 Vehicles Sold This Month, 645,626 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
General Motors Co. - Up 0.9% (252,128 Vehicles Sold This Month, 683,698 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Porsche Cars North America, Inc. - Up 0.7% (4,323 Vehicles Sold This Month, 12,238 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Hyundai Motor America - Up 0.4% (75,310 Vehicles Sold This Month, 173,330 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Subaru of America, Inc. - Up 0.4% (49,285 Vehicles Sold This Month, 132,397 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Maserati North America, Inc. - Up 0.1% (997 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,250 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Kia Motors America - Down 0.8% (58,279 Vehicles Sold This Month, 146,321 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Toyota Motor Sales - Down 2.7% (219,842 Vehicles Sold This Month, 569,079 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Mercedes-Benz USA - Down 3.6% (31,715 Vehicles Sold This Month, 683,698 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Volkswagen of America - Down 12.53% (26,914 Vehicles Sold This Month, 69,314 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
BMW Group U.S. - Down 13.3% (34,795 Vehicles Sold This Month, 81,452 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Mazda North American Operations - Down 27.2% (23,396 Vehicles Sold This Month, 64,643 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)

 

Brands:
Acura - Up 1.2% (14,852 Vehicles Sold This Month, 37,875 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Alfa Romeo - N/A (53 Vehicles Sold This Month, 169 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Audi - Up 9.5% (4,251 Vehicles Sold This Month, 11,331 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
BMW - Down 12.5% (30,033 Vehicles Sold This Month, 70,613 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Buick - Down 11.3% (18,207 Vehicles Sold This Month, 54,287 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Cadillac - Down 5.1% (13,053 Vehicles Sold This Month, 35,633 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Chevrolet - Up 1.4% (176,283 Vehicles Sold This Month, 472,730 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Chrysler - Down 13% (26,236 Vehicles Sold This Month, 65,506 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Dodge - Up 11% (51,149 Vehicles Sold This Month, 140,509 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Fiat - Down 24% (3,422 Vehicles Sold This Month, 9,009 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Ford - Up 7.8% (245,022 Vehicles Sold This Month, 620,721 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
GMC - Up 6.9% (44,585 Vehicles Sold This Month, 121,048 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Honda - Up 10.5% (123,369 Vehicles Sold This Month, 319,828 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Hyundai - Up 0.4% (75,310 Vehicles Sold This Month, 173,330 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Infiniti - Up 10% (13,775 Vehicles Sold This Month, 32,660 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Jaguar - Up 28.5% (2,133 Vehicles Sold This Month, 4,997 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Jeep - Up 15% (82,337 Vehicles Sold This Month, 209,597 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Kia - Down 0.8% (58,279 Vehicles Sold This Month, 146,321 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Land Rover - Up 28.8% (8,733 Vehicles Sold This Month, 20,805 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Lexus - Down 2.8% (30,198 Vehicles Sold This Month, 74,221 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Lincoln - Up 11.4% (9,698 Vehicles Sold This Month, 24,905 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Maserati - Up 0.1% (997 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,250 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Mazda - Down 27.2% (23,396 Vehicles Sold This Month, 64,643 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Mercedes-Benz - Down 5.9% (28,164 Vehicles Sold This Month, 75,769 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
MINI - Down 18.3% (4,762 Vehicles Sold This Month, 10,839 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Mitsubishi - Up 13.5% (11,078 Vehicles Sold This Month, 25,212 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Nissan - Up 13% (148,784 Vehicles Sold This Month, 367,544 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Porsche - Up 0.7% (4,323 Vehicles Sold This Month, 12,238 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Ram - Up 11% (49,990 Vehicles Sold This Month, 126,313 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Smart - Down 17.8% (479 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,300 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
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Subaru - Up 0.4% (49,285 Vehicles Sold This Month, 132,397 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Toyota - Down 2.7% (189,644 Vehicles Sold This Month, 494,858 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Volkswagen - Down 12.53% (26,914 Vehicles Sold This Month, 69,314 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)
Volvo - Up 15.9% (6,857 Vehicles Sold This Month, 16,361 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)


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Why is Chrysler not red since it is down? A bit surprised by the BUICK number as that I figured would be at least even. Cadillac is also a bit of a surprise. Fiat is to be expected and alfa is also down though I understand the current rating..

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So both MB and Smartcar are down but guess that is OK cause Sprinter Vans is up, so a wash then on MB's whoring out it's product line?

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- Cadillac - Down 5.1% (13,053 Vehicles Sold This Month, 35,633 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)

- Lincoln - Up 11.4% (9,698 Vehicles Sold This Month, 24,905 Vehicles Sold So Far This Year)

 

 

Go ahead...and start laughing at Lincoln...I dare you!

I dare you GREATLY!!!!

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Cadillac was down probably because of the SRX production winding down.

 

Escalade sales have also kinda levelled off. The sedans are arguably doing much better compared to the losses elsewhere in the industry. I think BMW has finally confused its sedan buyers with too many similar products - over segmenting. Like really, if the 4 Series is the better looker of the 3 Series chassis based car - why not just make the 4 Series the 3 Series? Simply things like that. Also, I think C-Class and whole slew of competitors are giving it to BMW.

 

I think Cadillac being reorganized - this is to be expected even now. Their new communications are all about a completely different kind of brand identity they want to project and the awareness of the brand they are striving to build is completely different. 

 

Lincoln is doing something very smart. They are catering to buyers who are no longer served by Lexus, Cadillac and everyone else going sporty. I think Buick also gains a lot from that. 

 

And the kinds of vehicles that Lincoln is selling are very viable. Commonality works. It keeps the RX and ES going. Cadillac's biggest sellers will always be the Escalade and SRX/XT5. 

 

And I think Cadillac will try to convert the XTS buyers to CT6. It should work out well. But still. The XTS I think did far better than Cadillac could have imagined. Combine those and CTS sales and you've got a lot a good combo of people buying the sports luxury sedan and the luxury cruiser sedan.

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I fail to see what the fuss is all about re. GM. They said they were going to cut back on fleet sales and they did. Meanwhile I have read in another place that nearly 2 of every 5 Ford sales are now fleet. If that's how you want to grow your brand then by all means do so. But don't be so naive as to think it's because of some groundswell by the car buying public. By the same token there were a lot less happy folks that month last year when FCA beat Ford in retail sales. This is just both sides of the same coin.

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I fail to see what the fuss is all about re. GM. They said they were going to cut back on fleet sales and they did. Meanwhile I have read in another place that nearly 2 of every 5 Ford sales are now fleet. If that's how you want to grow your brand then by all means do so. But don't be so naive as to think it's because of some groundswell by the car buying public. By the same token there were a lot less happy folks that month last year when FCA beat Ford in retail sales. This is just both sides of the same coin.

 

Then why is their growth in ATPs double the industry average?

 

Seems like to me they are getting favourable volume in their mix.

 

They're doing record commercial deliveries.

 

Conceivably they could be selling more higher trim F150s to businesses. Who knows. A mystery though how their transactions prices are increasing.

 

Also, a lot of Ford models are older now. The Focus and Fiesta are old, so getting more volume outta them makes sense. 

 

But then again, why do we continue to compare Ford's financial performance to GM?

 

It's because for the longest time even as a smaller firm Ford outperformed GM. The General finally getting its act together - I would expect, I WOULD DEMAND GM as a shareholder to beat Ford in retail sales. No $h!.

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No.

They went all-in on fleet when GM bailed. And this is the result.

And IM pretty sure that the uptick in F-series sales was largely in their "refrigerator white" series.

Seriously guys. Much ado about lots of vehicles being bought by bots instead of people. A numbers game sure to warm the heart of any good beancounter, but certainly not indicitive of any sudden retail embrace of Ford. I hear that even Wall Street wasn't terribly impressed-outlooks for Ford and GM were similarly meh.

The downvotes sure are cute tho

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" Customers continue buying high-end SUVs and trucks, helping the Ford brand increase its average transaction prices by more than $1,600 per vehicle in March -- nearly double the industry average,” Mark LaNeve, Ford's vice president for U.S. marketing, sales and service, said in a statement. “We have been seeing solid sales momentum in the first quarter across our entire portfolio.

Across the industry, TrueCar estimates incentive spending per vehicle rose 10 percent to $3,005 last month compared with March 2015. BMW AG had the highest average incentive last month at $4,816, TrueCar estimates, followed by Daimler AG ($3,981); GM ($3,943); FCA ($3,887); Nissan ($3,362); VW Group ($3,349); Ford ($3,271); Kia ($2,868); Hyundai ($2,163); Toyota ($2,027); Honda ($1,590) and Subaru ($569). "

http://www.autonews.com/article/20160401/RETAIL01/304019976?template=mobile

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It is troubling to see the persistent cannibalization of Ford sales by Lincoln and vice-versa. MXC sales are down while Escape sales are up, and both Lincoln sedans are in the same situation. The Edge is the sole notable exception.

And then there's the question of how many of those are fleet sales.

Nice numbers on thre surface. But there are still issues to be dealt with at Ford.

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The MKX had pretty strong sales. 

 

GM still sells a lot to fleet. Escalade and XTS get a good chunk from livery services. Likely that the XTS over its product cycle has seen an uptick over the years.

 

Remember, 15% of Malibu sales are all the outgoing Limited. Most of those go straight to fleet. GM said when the new Impala came out it would wait a good while before it went to fleet. Broken promise, they started popping up at your local Enterprise within the first quarter.

 

Likely as they wind down Malibu Limited they'll do the same for the new one. 

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Cadillac was down probably because of the SRX production winding down.

 

Escalade sales have also kinda levelled off. The sedans are arguably doing much better compared to the losses elsewhere in the industry. I think BMW has finally confused its sedan buyers with too many similar products - over segmenting. Like really, if the 4 Series is the better looker of the 3 Series chassis based car - why not just make the 4 Series the 3 Series? Simply things like that. Also, I think C-Class and whole slew of competitors are giving it to BMW.

 

I think Cadillac being reorganized - this is to be expected even now. Their new communications are all about a completely different kind of brand identity they want to project and the awareness of the brand they are striving to build is completely different. 

 

Lincoln is doing something very smart. They are catering to buyers who are no longer served by Lexus, Cadillac and everyone else going sporty. I think Buick also gains a lot from that. 

 

And the kinds of vehicles that Lincoln is selling are very viable. Commonality works. It keeps the RX and ES going. Cadillac's biggest sellers will always be the Escalade and SRX/XT5. 

 

And I think Cadillac will try to convert the XTS buyers to CT6. It should work out well. But still. The XTS I think did far better than Cadillac could have imagined. Combine those and CTS sales and you've got a lot a good combo of people buying the sports luxury sedan and the luxury cruiser sedan.

 

Yeah...that about sums it up, Suave...

 

 I just wanted to do the Cadillac -% sales versus Lincoln +% sales and tying it up neatly with that "dare greatly" thing for the cheap, gratuitous  laughs...

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Well, the commercial sales can be quite lucrative. No one has ever said that B2B sales aren't worth pursuing.

 

And I hardly think the Ford Transit - arguably the best commercial van available at this time waters down Ford's brand. They're known to sell to fleets, and Ford commercial vehicles have a heavy market presence.

 

Besides Mercedes and its corporate siblings also are deeply into those segments. Yet somehow they have a very high brand value.

 

What should really be scary is how is Ford able to generate almost equivocal profits to the new resurgent GM with supposedly a growth spurt in utility sales and commercial vehicles, yet still being handily outsold by GM, almost twice in terms of units by GM worldwide.

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I fail to see what the fuss is all about re. GM. They said they were going to cut back on fleet sales and they did. Meanwhile I have read in another place that nearly 2 of every 5 Ford sales are now fleet. If that's how you want to grow your brand then by all means do so. But don't be so naive as to think it's because of some groundswell by the car buying public. By the same token there were a lot less happy folks that month last year when FCA beat Ford in retail sales. This is just both sides of the same coin.

 

Then why is their growth in ATPs double the industry average?

 

Seems like to me they are getting favourable volume in their mix.

 

They're doing record commercial deliveries.

 

Conceivably they could be selling more higher trim F150s to businesses. Who knows. A mystery though how their transactions prices are increasing.

 

Also, a lot of Ford models are older now. The Focus and Fiesta are old, so getting more volume outta them makes sense. 

 

But then again, why do we continue to compare Ford's financial performance to GM?

 

It's because for the longest time even as a smaller firm Ford outperformed GM. The General finally getting its act together - I would expect, I WOULD DEMAND GM as a shareholder to beat Ford in retail sales. No $h!.

. Because of their upper end trucks. It's right there on the Ford link. Sorry but Bong has a point about the fleet sales and this is well known information at this point.
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      Porsche Cars North America, Inc. - Up 4.4% (4,086 Vehicles Sold This Month, 57,202 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      American Honda Motor Co. - Up 3.9% (155,115 Vehicles Sold This Month, 1,604,828 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Hyundai Motor America - Up 3% (65,721 Vehicles Sold This Month, 677,946 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Subaru of America, Inc. - Up 1.9% (64,541 Vehicles Sold This Month, 680,135 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Toyota Motor North America - Down 0.9% (220,910 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,426,672 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Mazda North American Operations - Down 3.8% (25,870 Vehicles Sold This Month, 300,325 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      BMW of North America - Down 4.4% (37,154 Vehicles Sold This Month, 354,698 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Mercedes-Benz USA - Down 8% (36,254 Vehicles Sold This Month, 355,413 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      Ford Motor Company -  Down 8.8% (220,774 Vehicles Sold This Month, 2,497,318 Vehicles Sold This Year)
      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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