Deliveries of the Chevy Colorado grew 47.82 percent to 10,362 units in April 2016, while GMC Canyon sales increased 24.42 percent to 3,026 deliveries. Combined, deliveries of GM’s two midsize trucks increased 41 percent to 13,388 units year-over-year.
By comparison, deliveries of the Toyota Tacoma — the long-time segment sales volume leader — grew 15.65 percent to 18,106 units in April, while those of the Nissan Frontier grew 28.87 percent to 7,509 units. As such, Colorado sales grew faster than both the Tacoma and the Frontier during the month, with Canyon sales outpacing those of the Tacoma but slightly trailing those of the Frontier.
Sales Numbers - Colorado vs. Canyon vs. Tacoma vs. Frontier vs. Ridgeline Deliveries - April 2016 - United States
|MODEL||APR 16 / APR 15||APRIL 16||APRIL 15||YTD 16 / YTD 15||YTD 16||YTD 15|
During the first four months of 2016, Colorado sales have increased 26.19 percent to 32,982 units — making it the fastest-growing vehicle in the segment, and the second vehicle in overall sales volume (to the Tacoma’s 62,682 units). Canyon sales in the first four months of 2016 grew 10.63 percent to 10,603 units, putting its growth and sales volume in fourth last place in the segment.
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