GMC sold approximately 450,901 total vehicles in the United States in 2013. In other words, Big Red saw a sales increase of 9 percent from 2012, with retail sales up 12 percent. This marks the fourth consecutive year of sales increase and the highest sales in six years.
Brian Sweeney, vice president of GMC Sales and Service gives credit to new staple products like the 2014 Sierra 1500 pickup, and looks forward to the 2014 calender year with increasing momentum.
“2014 is going to be another exciting year as we roll out more Professional Grade vehicles with the 2015 Sierra HD and new 2015 Yukon/Yukon XL,” Sweeney said. GMC also released photos and specs of the all-new 2015 Canyon midsize pickup just today.
The new Sierra 1500 had its best retail month this past December since making its arrival to dealers this past June with 12,035 deliveries made. The 2013 Acadia midsize crossover also saw a sales bump by 18 percent since 2012, and had its best retail in December since 2012, increasing 53 percent year over year; making its third straight month of gains. The GMC Terrain small SUV was also fortunate, maturing 11 percent and 2 percent year over year.
GMC plans to continue to evolve with more fuel-efficient trucks and crossovers such as the Terrian small SUV and Acadia crossover.