January 2013 Large Luxury SUV Sales In America

2013 Cadillac Escalade ESV Crystal Red
U.S. Escalade ESV Sales Fell 2.4% To 518 In January 2013
For the fifth time in the last seven tries, Mercedes-Benz USA sold more than 2000 GL-Class SUVs in a month. January 2013 volume rose 25%, and this in a market which grew 14%. 

Predictably, as the third iteration disappears and the fourth-generation arrives, Range Rover sales are rising rather quickly. Land Rover came within 74 units of a year-over-year doubling of U.S. Range Rover volume.


U.S. january 2013 large luxury SUV sales chart
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Cadillac remains a prominent player in the large luxury sport-utility category, thanks in large part to versions other automakers don't offer. The regular-wheelbase Escalade was down 13% to 857 units in January. 45% of the Escalades sold in the United States last month were long-wheelbase ESVs or Avalanche-based EXTs. The Escalade EXT was America's 13th-best-selling truck in January. Out of 14 trucks.

You can click any model name in the table below to find detailed monthly and yearly sales figures, or select a model at GCBC's Sales Stats page. You can also sort the table by any column and re-sort it alphabetically to return to the original format.

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Large Luxury SUV
January 2013
%
Change
Year 
To Date
YTD
% Change
1547
- 4.7%1547- 4.7%
1168
+ 14.5%1168+ 14.5%
1156
+ 88.0%1156+ 88.0%
332
+ 14.9%332+ 14.9%
589
- 9.2%589- 9.2%
176
+ 85.3%176+ 85.3%
2015
+ 25.2%2015+ 25.2%
277
+ 133%277+ 133%
Source: Manufacturers & ANDC

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