General Motors began delivering Chevrolet-branded Low Cab Forward Medium Duty Trucks in September in the U.S. — representing a milestone for GM and Chevy, which have been notoriously absent from the Medium Duty space for years.
Things, however, become somewhat peculiar when attempting to determine how many deliveries of the Medium Duty Low Cab Forward (LCF) truck were made last month. That’s because rather than reporting deliveries of the Isuzu-built truck individually, The General instead shoehorned LCF sales with those of the Nissan-built City Express van onto a single line entitled Commercial Truck. Interesting, right?
In all, a total of 296 Commercial Trucks, made up of the City Express and the Low Cab Forward, were delivered during the month.
Sales Numbers - Chevrolet Commercial Truck - September 2016 - United States
|MODEL||SEP 16 / SEP 15||SEPTEMBER 16||SEPTEMBER 15||YTD 16 / YTD 15||YTD 16||YTD 15|
The GM Authority Take
With City Express sales dropping rather quickly this year, we guesstimate that the compact van accounted for roughly 260-280 deliveries in September, which would leave roughly 16-36 units out of the combined 296 deliveries for the LCF truck.
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