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  2019 2018 %Change Volume   2019 2018 %Change Volume  
Cascada 400 1,101 -63.7   2,458 3,393 -27.6  
Enclave 13,274 12,807 3.6   41,013 35,227 16.4  
Encore 25,008 21,112 18.5   73,905 69,747 6.0  
Envision 8,088 5,803 39.4   24,849 22,617 9.9  
LaCrosse 1,389 2,290 -39.3   6,778 13,409 -49.5  
Regal 2,456 2,793 -12.1   8,849 11,008 -19.6  
Buick Total 50,615 45,911 10.2   157,855 155,606 1.4  
ATS 158 2,281 -93.1   1,051 10,028 -89.5  
CT6 1,625 2,376 -31.6   5,675 7,270 -21.9  
CTS 1,128 3,695 -69.5   5,999 8,777 -31.7  
Escalade 10,284 9,533 7.9   26,535 27,299 -2.8  
XT4 8,986 212 ***.*   23,092 212 ***.*  
XT5 12,315 15,093 -18.4   38,711 46,983 -17.6  
XT6 4,316 0 ***.*   4,390 0 ***.*  
XTS 1,149 4,101 -72.0   10,242 12,664 -19.1  
Cadillac Total 39,961 37,291 7.2   115,695 113,240 2.2  
Blazer 20,312 0 ***.*   35,107 0 ***.*  
Bolt EV 4,830 3,949 22.3   13,111 11,807 11.0  
Camaro 12,275 14,448 -15.0   36,791 39,828 -7.6  
Colorado 31,657 34,963 -9.5   96,820 104,838 -7.6  
Corvette 4,766 4,639 2.7   14,497 14,881 -2.6  
Cruze 5,799 31,971 -81.9   45,276 109,662 -58.7  
Equinox 79,799 78,014 2.3   253,956 234,379 8.4  
Express 22,062 17,509 26.0   60,805 58,696 3.6  
Impala 9,638 16,290 -40.8   35,433 43,952 -19.4  
LCF 1,358 584 132.5   3,222 1,870 72.3  
Malibu 32,432 31,041 4.5   97,603 107,458 -9.2  
Silverado HD 34,212 31,939 7.1   95,249 108,410 -12.1  
Silverado LD 119,641 101,390 18.0   314,067 315,993 -0.6  
Silverado MD 1,629 0 ***.*   2,943 0 ***.*  
Sonic 2,148 7,283 -70.5   10,632 17,848 -40.4  
Spark 6,616 7,029 -5.9   20,265 18,428 10.0  
Suburban 12,391 15,572 -20.4   41,686 45,433 -8.2  
Tahoe 26,308 28,951 -9.1   80,103 79,474 0.8  
Traverse 41,116 32,908 24.9   113,491 106,998 6.1  
Trax 37,407 20,549 82.0   83,777 67,538 24.0  
Volt 874 5,429 -83.9   4,540 13,243 -65.7  
Chevrolet Total 507,273 485,019 4.6   1,459,521 1,504,038 -3.0  
Acadia 20,338 13,485 50.8   79,958 63,493 25.9  
Canyon 7,437 8,425 -11.7   26,300 25,273 4.1  
Savana 5,021 4,815 4.3   21,090 16,779 25.7  
Sierra HD 18,455 16,817 9.7   41,643 43,839 -5.0  
Sierra LD 47,743 34,551 38.2   121,958 108,403 12.5  
Terrain 23,058 27,428 -15.9   73,410 82,719 -11.3  
Yukon 18,737 20,896 -10.3   53,707 55,418 -3.1  
GMC Total 140,789 126,417 11.4   418,066 395,924 5.6  
GM Vehicle Total* 738,638 694,638 6.3   2,151,137 2,168,808 -0.8  
76 selling days for the third quarter this year and 76 for same quarter last year.    

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4 minutes ago, Drew Dowdell said:

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Ahhhh I guess I could have just googled that.. 🤣

Low Cab Forward, I was really confused what that even meant and I knew it wasn't just three random letters. 

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These have me interested just because I've never looked them up..

The largest 6500XD has a 5.2L turbo diesel, 215hp/520lb-ft., standard and it's available on most other models as well. Their ole reliable 6.0L rated at 297hp/372lb-ft. Then they have an inline-four 3.0L diesel made by Isuzu rated at 150hp/282lb-ft. 

It's crazy how different a real work truck engine is made compared to our "street" engines. 

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Strong quarter, moral of the story seems to be that trucks sell and cars don’t.  As is the case every where.

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