GMC Acadia Sets New Full-Year Sales Record in November
GMC sales fell 1.9% in November despite an impressive month from six of the seven vehicles in its lineup. Every GMC model except for the Sierra posted a year-over-year increase, and every one of those models except for the Acadia posted a double-digit increase. The decrease in Sierra sales in November, however, was enough to result in a slight decrease in sales.
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Sierra sales fell from 22,544 units in November 2014 to 16,527 units in November 2015. Even bearing this fact in mind, GMC reports that its average transaction prices were a record-high $43,260 per unit.
Acadia sales totaled 6,776 units, up 5.7% year-over-year and strong enough to push the nameplate to a full-year record with one full month of sales remaining.
Sales of the Terrain were good for its best November ever at 8,999 units; to date, Terrain sales total 102,381 units and have improved 8.9% from 2014. Sales of the Yukon were up 23.5% at 3,925 units, sales of the Yukon XL were up 29.8% at 3,137 units, and sales of the Savana were up 101% at 1,439 units. Canyon sales were also impressive at 2,236 units, bringing cumulative sales to 27,077 units.
Through 11 months, GMC sales are up 11.1% at just shy of 500,000 units.
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