Chevrolet SS deliveries in the United States totaled 254 units in June 2016, a decrease of 28 percent compared to the 354 units sold in June 2015.
In the first six months of 2016, the Australian-built rear-drive sport sedan saw sales increase by 5 percent to 1,613 units.
Sales Numbers - Chevrolet SS Sedan - June 2016 - United States
|MODEL||JUN 16 / JUN 15||JUNE 16||JUNE 15||YTD 16 / YTD 15||YTD 16||YTD 15|
The GM Authority Take
We’re delighted to say that our own Sean Szymkowski contributed to the 254 deliveries of the SS Sedan by purchasing one for himself. The vehicle was part of Chevy’s 20 percent cash back discount offered on some models in June.
Though the SS Sedan has been winning accolades left and right, its relatively steep starting price of $46,575 make it a niche model dedicated for enthusiasts — the inherent purpose of the SS since its introduction.
We should also note that the Chevy SS Sedan is getting a few color changes for the 2017 model year — its last year on the market. In addition, earlier this month we reported that General Motors and its Australian subsidiary, Holden, which builds the Chevy SS Sedan, will offer a limited run of the SS with the supercharged 6.2L V8 LSA engine, thereby allowing the Commodore and SS to be discontinued on a high note. The rumor has yet to be confirmed, denied or otherwise acknowledged by General Motors, Holden, and Chevrolet.
More info on the 2017 Chevy SS Sedan.