And it could call it Cruze XL.
The XT5 stole the show, while transaction prices were the highest in the market.
The automaker recored a 1.5 percent increase in market share.
For a market share of 19.4 percent.
For the first time, Lordstown will not be the only plant assembling the Cruze.
Will General Motors follow suit?
The presumptive GOP nominee rolled GM in with Ford and others.
Sales were up in only a single market.
With the exception of the new CT6 and XT5, all models posted year-over-year sales drops.
There is a discrepancy in the numbers.
The results represent a market share of 17.7 percent.
The flexible steel cable that connects the seat belt to the vehicle can fatigue and separate over time.
The brand is now entering a period of key product launches, including the CT6 and XT5.
Only 74 vehicles are affected in the United States.