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Automakers Report Decreased November Sales Amidst Supply Chain Shortages

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Car makers on Dec. 1 began reporting November sales results.



Mazda North American Operations reported total November sales of 20,602 vehicles, a decrease of 5.3% compared to November 2020. Year-to-date sales totaled 313,334 vehicles; an increase of 26.4% compared to the same time last year.


With 24 selling days in November, compared to 23 the year prior, the company posted a decrease of 9.2% on a Daily Selling Rate (DSR) basis.


CPO sales totaled 3,847 vehicles in November, a decrease of 25% compared to November 2020.


Year-over-year, CX-30 sales increased 66.3%, with 4,404 vehicles sold, and CX-9 sales increased 17.2%, with 2,311 vehicles sold.




Hyundai Motor America reported total November sales of 44,345 units, a 20% decrease compared with November 2020.


Hyundai eco-friendly vehicle total sales grew 165%, including November records for Nexo and Ioniq plug-in hybrid.


SUV sales represented 76% of the total sales mix. Hyundai fleet sales were down 97% and were less than 1% of total volume.


"Consumer demand remains exceptionally high, and our dealers are doing a fantastic job of turning vehicles quickly and selling many before they even hit the lot," said Randy Parker, senior vice president, national sales, Hyundai Motor America. "Lingering availability issues persisted into November, but we are optimistic that we will close the year strong."


Hyundai sold 44,073 retail units during the month, a decrease of 4%. Hyundai eco-friendly vehicle retail sales increased 172% on the month, while SUV retail sales were up 7%.


Hyundai set new November retail sales records for Venue, Nexo, and Ioniq hybrid and plug-in hybrid.




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