U.S. GMC Sales Increase 10 Percent In Q2 20190
GMC sales in the United States increased by 10 percent to 151,700 units during the second quarter of 2019.
Individual model sales performance was as follows:
- GMC Acadia sales increased 41.34 percent to 28,420 units
- GMC Canyon sales increased 23.6 percent to 11,909 units
- The model set a second-quarter sales record
- GMC Savana sales increased 32.59 percent to 9,503 units
- GMC Sierra sales decreased 4.29 percent to 56,857 units
- Sierra 1500 sales decreased 4.7 percent to 42,911 units
- Sierra HD (2500HD, 3500HD) sales decreased 2.9 percent to 13,946 units
- GMC Terrain sales increased 11.92 percent to 24,988 units
- GMC Yukon sales increased 2.58 percent to 20,023 units
- GMC Yukon XL sales are included in this line item
During the first six months of the 2019 calendar year, U.S. GMC sales increased 3 percent to 277,277 units.
Sales Results - Q2 2019 - USA - GMC
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The GM Authority Take
U.S. GMC sales increased in a healthy manner during the second quarter, with the results representing a stark contrast with the 4.39 percent decline in sales during the first quarter. All GMC models with the exception of the Sierra saw sales increase during Q2 2019 over Q2 2018, which marks a stark contrast between the performance of the brand’s best-selling vehicle compared to the rest of the models.
GMC Sierra 1500 sales fell 4.7 percent to 42,911 units. According to GM, Sierra 1500 sales were impacted by the limited availability of Regular and Double Cab models, which are the most affordable models in the light-duty Sierra range. The low availability was caused by the planned launch cadence of the all-new 2019 Sierra models. Meanwhile, sales of the GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab – the model that was widely available during the second quarter of 2019, increased by 12 percent year-over-year, demonstrating that consumers are responding well to the all-new pickup truck, when it’s available.
In addition, sales of the Sierra HD decreased 2.9 percent to 13,946 units. The decline is attributed to the low availability of the all-new 2020 GMC Sierra HD, which began arriving at dealers during the second half of June. The inventory should increase during the third and fourth quarters, which should cause sales volume to improve. It’s also worth noting that GM is initially producing Crew Cab versions of the Sierra HD, similar to the launch cadence of the 1500 model. This circumstance could also negatively impact the availability of more affordable models.
Meanwhile, we can’t go without noting the remarkable 41 percent jump in GMC Acadia sales. Through the first six months of 2019, the midsize crossover has replaced the Terrain as the second best-selling GMC model after the Sierra line. The 2020 Acadia refresh is currently undergoing launch to take full advantage of the increasing demand for crossover utility vehicles.
About The Numbers
- All percent change figures compared to U.S. GMC sales for Q2 2018, except when noted
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