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Friday, 01 October 2021 16:22

GM Reports 32.8% Decrease in 3Q Sales Compared to a Year Ago

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...89%, with Chevrolet Tahoe PPV sales up 86%.

 

The Cadillac Escalade increased deliveries by 123% and it remains the best-selling large luxury SUV by a double-digit margin.

 

The Chevrolet Trailblazer grew sales by 147%, and the Buick Encore GX by 3%, helping GM maintain leading retail share of the highly competitive small SUV segment.

 

The Chevrolet Corvette, the best-selling vehicle in the luxury sport segment, increased sales by 60%. The all-new 2023 Corvette Z06 will be revealed Oct. 26.

 

The Chevrolet Silverado medium-duty reported best-ever deliveries for the third quarter and calendar year to date, with total sales up 13%, and the Chevrolet Low Cab Forward delivered its best quarter ever with total sales up 53%.

 

Year to date, total sales for Buick increased by 27%, GMC by 8% and Cadillac by 11%.

 

Wholesale, production and inventory update

 

As of this week, all of GM's full-size pickup, full-size SUV and midsize pickup truck plants in North America are operating.

 

Lansing Delta Township Assembly in Michigan, which builds the Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse, and Lansing Grand River Assembly, which builds the Cadillac CT4, CT5 and Chevrolet Camaro, will resume regular production on Oct. 4. 

 

During the quarter, GM shipped to dealers more than 68,000 units that had been held at assembly plants due to semiconductor supply issues.

 

Dealer inventory, including in-transit units, was 128,757 units at the end of the third quarter, with availability projected to improve during the fourth quarter.

 

GM’s average transaction price was $47,467 during the third quarter and incentives as a percentage of ATP were 4.7%.

 

GM estimates total light vehicle SAAR for the third quarter was 13.4 million, down from 15.5 million a year ago.

 

"While supply has been constraining sales in recent months, underlying demand conditions remain strong, thanks to ample job openings, growing pent-up vehicle demand and excess savings accumulated by many households during the pandemic," said Elaine Buckberg, GM chief economist. "We expect to continue selling every vehicle we can produce with rapid turnover."

 

Source: GM

 

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