January 2017 sales jumped 29%, year-over-year, to 23,791 units. Aside from a modest 5% downturn from the segment-leading Chevrolet Tahoe, every nameplate in the category posted meaningful improvements in January.
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The new Nissan Armada more than doubled its volume. The Tahoe’s 318-unit decline was more than offset by the Chevrolet Suburban’s 2364-unit uptick.
General Motors owned 70% of the segment’s sales in January 2017, down from 76% in January 2016.
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