Led, as always, by General Motors, sales of volume brand, body-on-frame SUVs grew to 34,344 units in October. GM’s quartet of Chevrolet and GMC sport-utes were responsible for 81% of that total.
Throw in the Cadillac Escalade and its ESV long-wheelbase sibling and GM’s full-size SUVs accounted for 12% of GM’s total volume, up from 7% a year ago.
The Chevrolet Tahoe, with 11,976 October sales, is now up 15% through the first ten months of 2016 compared with the same period one year ago. At this pace, GM could sell more than 100,000 Tahoes in 2016, the first 100K+ year since 2007.
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