General Motors earned 75% market share in the category, down from 76% last year, but sales of GM’s quartet rose 19%. 2016 sales of the Chevrolet Suburban rose to a nine-year high; the Tahoe climbed past 100,000 sales for the first time since 2007.
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It wasn’t just a GM party, either. With a new Armada available near the end of the year, Nissan’s contribution to the category increased, as well. Armada sales more than doubled in December and rose 10% in 2016.
Even the Toyota Sequoia, the oldest member of the group, rose 2%. December sales of the Sequoia reached a five-year high.
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