General Motors quartet of volume brand, full-size, truck-based SUVs failed to match last year’s sales pace during the first ten months of 2015, but sales of the Suburban, Tahoe, Yukon, and Yukon XL rose 4.4% to 19,495 units in November 2015.
This produced market share of 80.4%, up from 75.1% in November 2014, as sales of the GMC duo jumped 26%.
Cadillac also sold 1672 Escalades, a 21% year-over-year decline, and 1309 Escalade ESVs, a 16% year-over-year increase. Ford Expedition-based Lincoln Navigator volume slid 33% to 960 units.
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It remains true that, as SUVs and crossovers take ever larger chunks out of the U.S. auto industry’s passenger car volume, this group of formerly high-volume players are playing an increasingly minor role.
Two utility vehicles, the Toyota RAV4 and Honda CR-V, generated more U.S. sales activity in November than these seven SUVs combined.
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