The Chevrolet Camaro accounted for 6,151 U.S. deliveries in February 2016, a decrease of 3.48 percent compared to the 6,373 units delivered in February 2015.
By comparison, the Camaro’s most direct rivals — the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger — recorded higher percentage sales gains of 18.2 percent and 6.28 percent, respectively. This allowed Ford to sell 9,993 units of the Mustang, a full 3,842 units more than the Camaro, while 5,585 units of the Challenger were delivered, 566 units less than the Camaro.
Sales Numbers - Camaro vs. Challenger vs. Mustang - February 2016 - United States
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The GM Authority Take
Chevrolet is clearing out remaining units of the now-discontinued fifth-generation Camaro while ramping up sales of the all-new, sixth-gen Camaro. As such, we would wait a few months to see true market sales figures of the new 2016 Camaro.
About The Figures
- Sales figures provided by manufacturers for the time frame of February 2016 for the United States market
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