While overall GMC sales were up 26 percent for the month of February, all but three models recorded a decrease in sales. The models that actually posted gains include the Acadia, Terrain, and – surprisingly – the Yukon XL. That said, most models that experienced a decrease in sales have been discontinued by The General, such as the Envoy and Topkick series. Without further ado, feast your eyes on the beautiful model-by-model breakdown below!
|Model||Volume %||February 2010||February 2009||DSR* %||DSR 2/10||DSR 2/09|
|GMC C/T Series||-41.7||21||36||-52.5||29||61|
|GMC W Series||-64.5||27||76||-54.7||105||232|
|Topkick 4/5 Series||-39.9||125||208||-26.1||315||426|
|Topkick 6/7/8 Series||-85.1||41||276||-78.0||80||364|
*Models are displayed in alphabetical order according to General Motors’ material. There were 24 selling days in February 2010 and 24 selling days in February 2009, therefore the change in monthly sales volume will be the same as the change in the average daily sales rate (DSR) for each model.