Chevrolet Low Cab Forward sales tallied 1,305 units in the United States during the second quarter of 2019.
A comparison to Q2 2018 sales is not available since GM decided to bundle Chevrolet Low Cab Forward sales figures with those of its now-discontinued Chevrolet City Express van in Q2 2018, and GM declined our request to provide a break-out of Chevrolet Low Cab Forward sales figures for 2018.
The GM Authority Take
Chevrolet Low Cab Forward second-quarter sales roughly doubled the sales volume of the first quarter of 2019. The trucks are crucial to Chevy’s strategy to satisfy a “whole solution” for commercial fleet customers. In addition, they provide incremental sales volume and revenue for GM, without significant investment or effort.
The Chevrolet Low Cab Forward (LCF) medium-duty trucks are the result of an agreement between GM and Isuzu Motors announced in June 2015. The trucks were developed and are built by Isuzu, with GM providing a few components, notably the gasoline engine.
The LCF is offered as a 4500, 5500, or 6500 model, and is available with the GM 6.0-liter L96 Vortec engine or one of two Isuzu diesel engines: a 3.0-liter four-cylinder or a 5.2-liter four-cylinder. Chevrolet LCF 3500, 4500, and 5500 models are a rebadged Isuzu N-Series, while the 6500XD is an Isuzu F-Series.
About The Numbers
- In the United States, there were 77 selling days in Q2 2019 and 77 selling days in Q2 2018
- Chevrolet declined to provide LCF sales figures for the 2018 calendar year
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