Cadillac XT5 Posts Big February Sales as Brand Hits a Skid
Cadillac sales hit a skid in February, with overall sales totaling 10,823 units and retail sales totaling 9,611 units for respective year-over-year declines of 8.6% and 9.8%.
With the exception of the XT5 and the CT6--neither of which were available in February 2016–every vehicle in Cadillac’s current lineup saw a year-over-year sales decline. Sales of the ATS dipped 36.8% with 1,005 units delivered, sales of the CTS fell 37.5% at 913 units, Escalade sales fell 21.2% at 1,434 units, Escalade ESV sales fell 3.3% at 1,012 units, and XTS sales fell 25.8% at 1,345 units.
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February also marked a new low for the Cadillac ELR: Cadillac did not sell a single ELR in February, down from the 91 examples it sold just one year ago.
Sales of the Cadillac XT5 totaled 4,291 units in February, 6.8% better than overall sales of the SRX in February 2016. Sales of the XT5 accounted for nearly 40% of all of Cadillac’s February sales; with 8,174 units sold through two months, the XT5 accounts for 38.7% of all Cadillac sales thus far this year. Retail deliveries of the XT5 in February were also 6% higher than last year’s SRX sales. Sales of the SRX totaled 21 units.
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CT6 sales totaled 802 units in February, bringing its to-date total to 1,436 units.
After two months, retail sales are down 5.1% at 17,699 units and overall sales are down 6.5% at 21,121 units. Only the Escalade ESV has thus far posted a year-over-year sales gain, increasing sales 9.3% from its running total through the first two months of 2016.