GM Canada’s Four Brands All Post Big Retail Growth in September
General Motors Canada delivered a total of 27,237 vehicles in September, up 7% year-over-year. The automaker saw retail growth from its Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac, and GMC brands, as well as overall growth from the latter three brands. Retail sales totaled 22,802 vehicles for the month, up 11%.
“With one of the newest and most diverse product line-ups in the market, customers are finding GM vehicles that suit their needs and drive their passions,” said John Roth, vice president, Sales, Service, and Marketing. “From electric vehicles and our new suite of crossovers to GM’s mid- and full-sized trucks, customers are finding what they’re looking for with great design, leading technology, and outstanding value.”
Chevrolet sales were up 6.6% with 15,693 vehicles delivered, while retail sales were up 8.7% at 12,683 for the brand’s best September at retail since 2006.
Cadillac sales increased 1% at 1,277 vehicles sold, and retail sales were the best ever for the month of September with 18.8% growth and 1,237 vehicles delivered.
GMC sales totaled 8,629 vehicles, up 10.5% year-over-year. Retail sales were the strongest the brand has seen for September since 1999, growing 16.3% to 7,250 vehicles.
Buick sales were down 2.4% overall with 1,638 vehicles delivered, but retail sales grew 2.5% at 1,632 vehicles and marked the best September tally for the brand in 14 years.
Through nine months, GM Canada’s sales are up 16.6% overall with 232,566 vehicles sold. Chevy sales are up 16.6%, Cadillac sales are up 16.4%, GMC sales are up 20.2%, and Buick sales are flat. At retail, all four brands are up double digits to date—Chevy is up 15.9%, Buick is up 17.7%, GMC is up 22.1%, and Cadillac is up 16.9%.
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