The end of the year is approaching and if everything goes according to plan car sales at the global level should be higher to those reported last year in the largest markets in the world. united States is one of those major markets, and two days ago I avisábamos that November could be a month of turning after the negative sales from August, September and October. Well, the estimates have been successful and the sales of November have increased by 3.6 percent with respect to November of last year.
This growth may seem very little (and it is for the volume of people that there are in the country) but as it stands the future is a fact more than good. Black friday and the great deals of brands have made it possible that these data have been achieved. With all have been enrolled 1.378.000 million vehicles new (between passenger cars and suvs) in addition to growth that have also experienced the trucks and industrial vehicles.
If we look at the manufacturers, General Motors has been able to grow a 10 percent in your set. Within General Motors, Chevrolet has grown 8.1 percent, GMC up 14 percent, Buick 16 percent and Cadillac another 14 percent. Toyota with a growth of 4.3 per cent has managed to exceed Ford Motor with a growth of 5.1 percent by 1200 units of difference.
Nissan is another of the brands that grows in the american market. The growth of the japanese firm is 8 percent and of its subsidiary luxury Infiniti 3.6 percent. His compatriot Honda Engine, after three months with a zero growth, has managed to place itself in 7.9 percent and Acura has marked a growth of 5.1% with respect to last year.
Another of the brands that there are to be congratulated it is to Subaru. The division american of the firm nippon takes sixty months to grow its sales in the country and last November has managed to sell 51.308 vehicles new. This amount represents a record for the brand as it has grown over the past year 11 percent.
On the opposite side we have the Group Fiat Chrysler Automobile (FCA). The group the Italian-american has seen their sales back to fall for a month but by November a 14 percent negative. Within FCA Jeep looks how its deliveries fall 12 percent, but the greatest fall has been experienced has been Chrysler with 47 percent in red. In Fiat and Dodge things neither got better with a fall of 15 and 21 percent, respectively. The only brand that has given a joy to the group has been RAM with a growth rate of 12 percent.
Source – TrueCar