2014 Chevrolet US Sales Top 2 Million
Chevrolet had a huge 2014, logging more than 2,000,000 total sales in the United States for the first time since 2007. With the help of big sales from familiar favorites (and a new face or two), Chevrolet moved 2,033,442 vehicles in the US throughout 2014, good for a 4.4% year-over-year improvement.
As could be expected, the biggest mover was the Silverado nameplate, which accounted for more than one quarter of all Chevy sales in the US with a whopping 529,755 deliveries. Sales of the Silverado were up 10.3% from 2013.
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The Silverado was no longer the lone pickup under Chevy’s umbrella with the launch of the 2015 Chevy Colorado. The Colorado, in just a few short months of sales, piled up 8,003 deliveries, which indicates that 2015 could be a positively huge year for midsize pickups.
Also enjoying an unexpectedly huge 2014 was the duo of Cruze and Equinox, which posted sales of 273,060 units and 242,242 units, respectively. Cruze was up 10% year-over-year, and the Equinox was up 1.7%.
Also enjoying big sales gains in 2014 were the pony segment champion Camaro (86,297 deliveries, up 7.1%), Corvette (34,839 deliveries, up 101.5%) , Sonic (93,518 deliveries, up 9.2%), Spark (39,159 deliveries, up 14.7%), Suburban (55,009 deliveries, up 7.3%), Tahoe (97,726 deliveries, up 17%), and Traverse (103,943 deliveries, up 7.7%).
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