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September 2011 Car Sales: The Needle Creeps Higher Page 2

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2011 Chevrolet Cruze (Courtesy: GM)

Mazda: Mazda saw sales of its CX-7 and CX-9 sport-utility vehicles climb 90 and 73 percent respectively, while its overall September sales reached 25,521 vehicles. That increase of 37.4 percent boosted its year-to-date sales increase to 9.5 percent.

Mercedes-Benz: Mercedes-Benz sold 23,897 vehicles in September, an increase of 15.6 percent over September 2010. The latest version of the C-Class is up more than 30 percent versus last year. On the year, the brand is up 10.3 percent. 

Subaru: Sales of 20,934 vehicles put Subaru's September 2011 sales off 2.3 percent from a year ago. At 195,550 units sold on the year, the brand is up 1.0 percent, though.

Audi: Audi says 9,725 vehicle sales in September set a new record, and represented a rise of 19.3 percent over last September. On the year, Audi is up 15.5 percent.

Mitsubishi: Mitsubishi sales were up 17 percent, for a total of 5,803 units.

Volvo: Volvo sold 5,042 vehicles in September, for a 21-percent bump over September 2010. On the year, Volvo sales are up almost 27 percent.

Jaguar/Land Rover: The combined British brands said total sales in September of 3,851 vehicles represented an 11-percent increase from the same month last year. Jaguar sold 1111 vehicles for a 15-percent gain, while Land Rover moved 2740 units for a 10-percent boost. On the year, Jaguar Land Rover is up 9 percent.

Porsche: Porsche says it sold 2,170 vehicles in September, an increase of 10 percent on the month. For the year, the brand is up 28 percent.

Suzuki: Sales of 2,026 vehicles gave Suzuki a 23-percent boost in September. On the year, the Japanese brand--recently in the headlines for spats with erstwhile alliance partner VW--is up 20 percent.

Saab: Not yet reported


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Comments (2)
  1. How about sales figures for September weighed against the total incentive dollars spent for the big three? The numbers listed are for 2011 models are year end vehicles with the highest incentives. Incentives dollars spent in 09/10 versus incentives 09/11 would be great to add to this evaluation.
     
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  2. The Chevy ad execs must have been addled when they approved the Volt ad showing the owner getting asked, not once but twice, the irritating question "thought those were electric" or something similar when he stopped at a gas station. My immediate reaction the first time I saw this ad was "If you're gonna get queried like that everywhere you go, I wouldn't have one if they gave it to me". The ad needs to be pulled...sooner rather than later. Galen Creighton, Euless, TX
     
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