Suburban volume shot up by 1368 units, a 50% gain. The Tahoe’s increase, at 7% and 359 units, was less impressive, but it is the Tahoe that leads the category. Yukon sales were up 94%, a 1559-unit improvement. Yukon XL volume jumped 64% to 2165 units, an increase of 845 sales.
Together, they were responsible for generating 74.8% of the category’s September sales; 76.2% through the first three quarters of 2014. Ford Expedition sales, up 19% this year, slid 3% in September. The Nissan Armada slid 23% last month; the Toyota Sequoia was down 16%.
Including the Cadillac Escalade and Escalade ESV, General Motors produced 8.4% of the company’s U.S. September sales with full-size SUVs, up from 6.8% a year ago.
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