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Porsche Reports November 2016 Retail Sales

  • All-time monthly sales record

ATLANTA, Dec. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA), importer and distributor of Porsche 911, Boxster, and Cayman sports cars, Macan and Cayenne SUVs, and the Panamera four-door sports sedan line-up in the United States, today announced an all-time monthly record with 5,513 vehicle sales in November. This represents a 23.9 percent increase over November 2015.

Year-to-date retail sales stand at 50,265 vehicles, a 5.1 percent increase over last year. "Congratulations to our team for achieving yet another stellar month of sales. Year-over-year, we continue to outpace ourselves and I am certain this year will close no differently," said Klaus Zellmer, President and Chief Executive Officer, PCNA.

Model

November Sales

Year-to-Date

 

2016

2015

2016

2015

ALL BOXSTER/CAYMAN

457

588

5,887

6,249

         

ALL 911

699

884

8,190

9,244

         

ALL CAYENNE

1,572

1,523

14,284

15,244

         

ALL PANAMERA

731

491

4,367

4,729

         

ALL MACAN

2,054

962

17,536

12,151

GRAND TOTALS*

5,513

4,450

50,265

47,820

*2015 grand totals include 918 Spyder sales; 2016 grand totals include one 918 Spyder sale

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13 hours ago, Cmicasa the Great said:

Porsche 3 best sellers all would make Ferdinand roll in his grave in disgust. If not.. Corvette brand please? Zora won't mind

Corvette is infinite hotness....

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16 minutes ago, A Horse With No Name said:

Corvette is infinite hotness....

Wings literally said what he said not because he loves Porsche.. but because he hates GM/Corvette. Its like despite all his "love Domestics.. support domestics " rhetoric only applies when speaking positively about Ford. He doesn't get that GM is a bigger foot print on DOMESTIC success than Ford. I won't even mention that GM employed his family and put him thru school. U won;t find a bigger dunce on the web. $10 says he not only voted for Trump.. but believes all of Trump's rhetoric.

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2 minutes ago, Cmicasa the Great said:

Wings literally said what he said not because he loves Porsche.. but because he hates GM/Corvette. Its like despite all his "love Domestics.. support domestics " rhetoric only applies when speaking positively about Ford. He doesn't get that GM is a bigger foot print on DOMESTIC success than Ford. I won't even mention that GM employed his family and put him thru school. U won;t find a bigger dunce on the web. $10 says he not only voted for Trump.. but believes all of Trump's rhetoric.

Believing all of the rhetoric of any one individual is an intellectual fallacy, and does not indicate clear or rational thought. Also, discounting or trying to discredit any information that runs counter to an established bias you have is just sloppy thinking.  I will leave it at that.

The funny thing is I used to flag races at Mid Ohio, Nelson ledges and the like, and used to know a lot of guys in the Porsche Club and Corvette Clubs. It is a warm and friendly rivalry, and most Corvette drivers and Porsche drivers are complete gentlemen.

Making it an either/or dichotomy not only is intellectually sloppy, it is a discredit and disgrace to the people who actually own and enjoy the cars...and have the actual kahunas to drive them at speed on a track...

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