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Canyon Sets Monthly Retail Record as GMC Sales Climb in November

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The 2017 GMC Canyon pickup will be available with new exterior color options, a new engine, and new transmission, along with many other updates

2017 GMC Canyon Denali

GMC came up big in November in terms of retail and overall sales. Sales of GMC trucks and SUVs to individual customers were up 8.9% at 41,205 units, and overall deliveries were up 14.1% at 49,113 units. After 11 months, GMC’s retail sales are down 1.6% at 423,722 units, while overall sales are down 3.1% at 483,213 units.


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With regards to total sales, every vehicle in GMC’s lineup save for the Terrain saw double-digit year-over-year increases. The Acadia was up 35.3% at 9,168 units, Canyon was up 52.5% at 3,410 units, Sierra was up 14.4% at 18,900 units, Yukon was up 57.2% at 6,169 units, Yukon XL was up 15.3% at 3,616 units, and Savana was up 13.6% at 1,635 units. Sales of the Terrain fell 30.9% at 6,215 deliveries.

These same models experienced equally immense success in terms of retail sales. Canyon was up 43%, achieving its ninth straight month of year-over-year sales increases and seeing its best November ever at retail. Yukon sales were up 22% and Yukon XL sales were up 19%, with both models seeing their best November retail deliveries since 2007. Sales of the Sierra were up 14%, and sales of the Acadia were up 4%.

Further, GMC set a new November record for retail ATP at $43,887, a number driven by 27.8% Denali penetration—also a record for November.

Through November, overall sales of the Canyon are up 23.4% at 33,401 units delivered; sales of the Yukon are up 25.9% at 47,171 units delivered; sales of the Yukon XL are up 16.4% at 31,198 units delivered; and sales of the Sierra are up 0.9% at 198,390 units delivered.


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  • FijiSun

    Basically, their sales are only limited by how much capacity they can build. I told Ford they were idiots for not entering this mid size market. Now they are back peddling to bring the Ranger back. Hopefully it will be the global ranger that the rest of the world enjoys. I own one in Fiji and its destroys the GM product. I’ve driven both. Ford really needs to hurry up. They are missing out. I don’t feel sorry for them. They were so afraid their Ranger would cannibalize the F-150. Now GM is eating their lunch. Serves them right. Not everyone wants to drive a house down the road.