Cadillac’s Escalade sales surge continued in the United States in November 2016, with total Escalade and Escalade ESV sales jumping 17%, year-over-year, to 3492 units.
Mercedes-Benz’s biggest SUV, the GLS-Class, likewise posted improved November volume. Infiniti QX80 sales grew by a single unit. Lexus also reported a year-over-year increase with the LX570, its sixth consecutive and twelfth in the last thirteen months.
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At the upper end of the scale, Land Rover Range Rover sales tumbled 22% in November, the third consecutive decrease for Land Rover’s flagship. After jumping out to a hot start with pent-up demand for a 223-unit result in August, the Bentley Bentayga has averaged a more realistic 140 monthly sales ever since.
Since its late summer launch, 47% of Bentley’s U.S. volume has been produced by the Bentayga.
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