GM owned 69% of the full-size SUV category one year ago; 65% through the first ten months of 2016. But Canadian sales of the Chevrolet Suburban more than tripled in November 2016. The Chevrolet Tahoe, the highest-volume GM full-size SUV, more than quadrupled its Canadian November sales. The GMC Yukon nearly quadrupled its November tally. GMC’s Yukon XL volume grew by more than five times.
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Incidentally, GM’s two highest-volume rivals in November both posted big improvements last month, as well.
The Ford Expedition, the highest-volume individual nameplate in the category (Ford Canada includes both long and short-wheelbase Expeditions under one heading), jumped 60%.
Sales of the new Nissan Armada shot up 173% to 109 units.
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